17,492 tree house Dining Design Photos

Traditional Dining Room
Ideabooks1,608
Questions6
Where can I find the tree canvases?
not sure if these are the exact same, but darn close. http://www.elitefixtures.com/index.cfm/Uttermost-35105-Uttermost-Sterling-Trees-Hand-Painted-Art-Sterling-Trees/p210263
Nice dinning area and house see all pics of this house
Do trees in white o.c. And green/rust acid stain
“Wall art” — marymassy
Hufft Projects
2 Reviews
Curved House
Ideabooks4,693
Questions5
The Curved House is a modern residence with distinctive lines. Conceived in plan as a U-shaped form, this residence features a courtyard that allows for a private retreat to an outdoor pool and a custom fire pit. The master wing flanks one side of this central space while the living spaces, a pool cabana
Tree in the middle of the house.
“loooong table” — rainmaking
Studio 80 Interior Design
6 Reviews
Mountain Retreat
Ideabooks5,668
Questions6
I love the "tree" thing in the planter, is there somewhere I could purchase that?
indoor tree...Like the dry tree...Tree accent...love the tree...Indoor tree...Tree in corner.
“Cortina” — oscarperez5
Daly Genik
Venice House
Ideabooks1,014
Questions2
the windows make the house. Can you tell me what windows/sliders those are?
of screen and trees does a great job of filtering the sunlight entering the house. 2012-13
means of filtering sunlight should be explored. This house in Los Angeles makes a statement with folded perforated sheets that jut from glass walls. The combination of screen and trees does a great job of filtering the sunlight entering the house.
combination of screen and trees does a great job of filtering the sunlight entering the house.
The door is amazing. Looks like an unreal house.
bringing daylight into houses through windows, skylights and even solar tubes, it is possible to have too much sun. Expansive glass walls can have their appeal, but the light that floods a space can be unbearable at times, so means of filtering sunlight should be explored. This house in Los Angeles makes
“Old and new” — Crystal Sutherland
Tess Fine
Lani Zervas
Ideabooks901
Questions4
Funky patterned orange chairs surround a silver tree-like table with a 600-pound glass top in the formal dining room. Table: Sequoia Dining Table, Z Gallerie; lighting fixture: Cluster Glass Pendant Light, West Elm
Funky patterned orange chairs surround a silver tree-like table with a 600-pound glass top in the formal dining room.Table: Sequoia Dining Table, Z Gallerie; lighting fixture: Cluster Glass Pendant Light, West Elm
“Lighting” — howsbyyou
Laura Garner
My Houzz: Urban Goes Exotic in a Montreal Artist's Home
Ideabooks385
Questions1
I love the feel of this entire house.
made from a teak tree root found in a forest in Bali, cut down to size. The legs were then added — made shorter to ensure they were able to support the weight of the wooden slab. Dumas had regular chairs cut down to the proper height and reupholstered them with fabric he chose. The tree sculpture was made
made from a fallen riverbank tree in Java, turned white by erosion from wind and water.
“table - leg bit too chunky- like natural/raw edge” — bruce006
Michelle
Frenchflair
Ideabooks520
Questions1
I really don't know. It was there when we bought the house.
love the lamps on the buffet and the xmas tree
I love the white on the tree.
Tree Buffet & mirror
put xmas tree in corner
white decor xmas tree
s on tree...Christmas tree...Tree in dining...white tree...The christmas tree
“Upholstered chairs old dining room set” — shelbyreine
Benco Construction
6 Reviews
Sims Road
Ideabooks892
Questions3
matching bookcases, lamps or tables flanking the daybed — shop your house to find stuff you can use. Then finish things off with a small stool borrowed from the garden and a colorful accent wall using leftover paint.
wall, cover it with fresh white linens and call it a daybed. Create symmetry with matching bookcases, lamps or tables flanking the daybed — shop your house to find stuff you can use. Then finish things off with a small stool borrowed from the garden and a colorful accent wall using leftover paint.
“Curtains and bamboo blind” — meggarnold1
So, what will happen to the tree house as the tree grows?
Won't the tree house be damaged or destroyed as the tree grows?
Help on a tree house design using 4 large oak trees on school grounds.
I am writing a grant to build a Treehouse Learning Station. I really don't know how to go about this. Any suggestions?
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