899 oversized tree house Dining Design Photos

Arkin Tilt Architects
1 Review
Santa Cruz Straw Bale House
Ideabooks2,633
Questions3
The spacious, naturally ventilated 2-story dining space is accentuated with the natural branching of a madrone tree. © www.edwardcaldwellphoto.com
Was the slab poured around it? How was the tree modified to be suitable for the indoors?
I have had a friend who built a straw bale house and he said that if this happened it would be a total nightmare to replace a
It was installed after the slab was poured. The madrone tree column was secured at the top and bottom for installation. Because it was a madrone the tree trunk was left "as-is."
Tree in your dining room, bedroom
there a tree in dinning room fantastic
The fact that there's a tree in the middle of it really catches my attention
this does not mean a tree can't be brought indoors to improve an environment. This madrone tree does not appear to serving its original purpose anymore (is it structural? I'm not sure), but its presence certainly affects the open kitchen-dining space.
“cabnet color” — aishaazhar
Brilliant! Lighting & Design
2 Reviews
Great Pond
Ideabooks1,813
Questions3
Love the trees! Were they installed while green or were they dried?
We are planning to put structural support posts both upstairs and down in our new house. I like the idea of using tree trunks, and wonder if we can use them green, or if we need to have them kiln dried for best results. We live
live in Western North Carolina, and have oak, maple, hickory, black locust, beech and poplar that may be cut to build this house.
The trees were harvested on-site as the building project began. They were limbed slightly, stripped of their bark, and left to air dry during the early construction
and secured in place over them, and during the remaining phases of the job drying continued and some checking appeared. During final finishes, the trees were sanded and sealed with a penetrating oil.
“Indoor tree supports” — robin129
Hufft Projects
3 Reviews
Curved House
Ideabooks6,276
Questions7
A Dogwood tree is in the center of the house, of which the dining room (left), kitchen (right), and living room (background right) all circulate around. This internal courtyard is quite dramatic to watch change throughout the seasons and weather.
Can you advise what type of tree is this please.
great use of the tree with large windows
trees in house- love... but with snow accumulation, may not work?
like the really bright medium-sized tree and the way the glass is done
Cool. I just want creative things like this for my house
Like the raised decking which creates focus on the trees
We could centralize a Green house like
the climate of Missouri prohibits being outside year-round. Planted directly in the center of the house is a flowering dogwood — Missouri's state tree. Despite harsh weather, the progression of the tree throughout the year will connect the interior with the landscape.
“wooden planter box for tree” — candyma
Candace Barnes
4 Reviews
Ashbury Heights Residence 2
Ideabooks3,682
Questions8
the chairs, the mirrors, the tree - fabulous!
Barnes opened up the house to create a light-filled, functional environment. Replacing the dilapidated windows and doors with high European-style versions brought in more light, and antique Indian and Syrian mirrors with mother-of-pearl and bone reflect it around this open dining space.
“Dinning room” — connieholzwarth
Louise de Miranda
Scandinavian style on a budget in a small city apartment
Ideabooks3,227
Questions4
Love the sign and the tree.
Xmas tree but add clothes line clips and hang Xmas cards
wood xmas tree with small shelves!
Christmas tree for tiny house
Christmas tree, furniture, SIGN
Like tree colors table bench
driftwood christmas tree
the Christmas tree...wooden tree. Porch?...Fun Xmas tree...Xmas tree...christmas tree...Tree prop...tree. sign lol...Xmas tree idea
“Banquet” — Laura Owen
Thom Filicia Inc.
1 Review
East 75th Street
Ideabooks727
Questions2
would go in the FL HOUSE!
Trees by window - make them lemon trees?
The trees are awesome!
like the indoor trees
Love the potted trees
tree in dining room...Flanking trees...Indoor trees...like the trees...The trees...Love the trees......Trees, chairs...Trees and curtains...like trees...potted tree
“great klismos chairs by Tom Felicia Klismos chairs” — 2353
Island Architects
Representative Project
Ideabooks20,910
Questions16
building a house i love this glass wall please tell me how or who i can call to get these ordered
How to put plants at base of trees?
What kind of trees are the ones in the pots?
told it would not work. I have two 8 ft trees on either side of fireplace and because they are tall they look empty at the bottom. How can I get the look you have here with plants at bottom? the watering is different for each plant.
put smaller plants at the base of trees. Use nice full plants, 6" size probably, with deep plastic saucers to hold them, and set them on top of the soil of your trees. Get enough to fill the space. Now you can water the trees (lift a smaller plant up to reach the tree's soil) and the small plants i
“beam color” — rebeccapcohen
Marco Dellatorre
living room
Ideabooks9,191
Questions12
tree in dining room or any room
about this particular dining room. But for me that tree introduces a simply fabulous color and texture.
Contrast that green from tree adds
art of bonsai began in China more than 1,000 years ago; the word bonsai means “tree in a tray.” The Japanese adopted the practice through Zen Buddhism, through which the art was modified and refined. At first, bonsai trees were found only in Buddhist monasteries, but bonsai became an art enjoyed by nobility
There are so many things that are successful about this particular dining room. But for me that tree introduces a simply fabulous color and texture.
“Walls” — terrimargarum
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