8 most incredible kids tree house Midcentury Home Design Photos

Mindi Freng Designs
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Playroom "exterior"
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lucky little girls. Siding and shingles, etc. were all from Habitat for Humanity's Re-Stores. Carpet squares are left-overs from a school project. Most other pieces came from Craigs List.
What can the house be used for?
cute house! how big is it? we have a crawl space we're considering doing a similar thing too.
Cute way to add a little house in a playroom.
fence house a nice idea for classroom
Another cool way to make low rulings more usable.. Build a play house
"This playroom was a last-minute project that I revealed on Christmas Day. I needed a space for my kids to be able to do whatever their imaginations dreamt up for them," says Freng. The designer bought the siding and shingles from a Habitat for Humanity ReStore for a mere $11. She salvaged the carpet
“Tree Mural for CDC” — jcrumpler29
Bernard Andre Photography
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portfolio
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Can you let me know who designed this house? Thank You!!
Is this house in Menlo Park? I think a friend of mine used to live here!
i would like to see the layout for this house
buy the plans for this house?
I would like to ee the layout of this house. would you send it to me please?
front (or back) of our house
Outside area for the container house
It looks like a house from the future; which I love.
Totally integrated. If budget and architecture allow, consider a shading system that is totally integrated into the design of the home — something that carries on the roof forms and simply eliminates that exterior walls. While this is the most costly option, it could
could very well be the most satisfying, given the right circumstances. And the most useful, too, as no matter what the weather is, the space under the roof will always be dry and ready to be inhabited.Have an ingenious patio cover? Please shoot a photo and share your design below!More: How to work with
“Patio roof, pool tile” — rklyne
Steinbomer, Bramwell & Vrazel Architects
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Tarrytown Residence
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ground cover (and my neighbor's house)
The most obvious answer is that modern residential architecture should be adorned with modern art, especially abstract or nonfigurative art. This trio of Constantin Brancusi–esque sculptures mingles with the trees and stands out against the plain walls of the
materials allowed creative expressions of common and otherwise uninteresting elements in midcentury architecture. Notice the screen applied to this Texas house. This simple element extends a living space and gives the exterior visual interest.
“Exterior / Lighting” — mdlcschultz
Studio 512
Ridgeway
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Tree - Colour - and imagine this colour with a Jacaranda tree!
love this tree, just imagine kids climbing on this
I love the tree most
oak tree...House Color
“Nice exterior wall treatment” — Susan LaGow
Hammer Architects
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Mid-Century Modern Addition, Truro
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Cod: A renovation of a midcentury modern home on Cape Cod included adding this incredible office space, which provides views through the scrubby pines to two kettle ponds.
This spectacular office has views through the trees to two kettle ponds. It has such a wonderful treehouse feel to it.
designed with sustainability in mind. The once seasonal home now serves as a year-round house, with portions that can be shut off and save energy when there aren't guests, and makes the most of natural light. Most importantly, Hammer has created continuity between the mid-century wing and the new construction
“Glass tables” — danow35
Design Vidal
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Silver Lake Project
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Like the picture imposed on trees
the floor plan from basically a one-story house to a split level with four floors. The living room is on the lowest level; a dining room, kitchen and library are on the second level; the third level is a big main bedroom; and the fourth level contains the kids' rooms.The interiors are "modern and cozy
cozy, not cold," Guy says, achieved with midcentury modern furnishings and bright, colorful fabrics and artwork, most of which comes from local artists. A vintage screen helps divide the main living space from a bar area. Painting: Alexandra Wiesenfeld; sofa: custom designed by Design Vidal
“Painting” — sabrina_cordovana
Mindi Freng Designs
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Inside the House
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lucky little girls. Siding and shingles, etc. were all from Habitat for Humanity's Re-Stores. Carpet squares are left-overs from a school project. Most other pieces came from Craigs List or already existed in their collection.
Sorry, a friend of mine built this. It's simple construction using 2'x4's and plywood. There actually isn't even a mattress up there as my kids don't sleep in it, they just play up there. Its carpeted on the top. I'm sure you could show the photo to any builder and they could come up with something
An adjoining area houses a reading perch, a play kitchen and dollhouses.
An adjoining area houses a reading perch, a play kitchen and dollhouses. this is in the "house" you see on the other pic
“Loft” — cschefstad
BiLDEN
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Brooktree / Los Angeles Mid-Century Modern
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The incredible pine trees out front were extremely compelling. / photo: Karyn R Millet
a common feature in the design of many midcentury modern houses. But sometimes you can have a little too much of a good thing — in this case an entry courtyard that was more than 300 square feet. Designer Greg Crawford of Bilden reclaimed most of that space for a new family room while simultaneously
strong horizontal of the house with this new bump on top that has a more vertical thrust," he says. Here's how he did all of that while maintaining the 1953 home's basic footprint. Houzz at a Glance Who lives here: A couple, one of them a composer and musician, and their 2 kids Location: Rustic Canyon
The canyon is so temperate that, despite being in Southern California, the house has no air conditioning.
“extension of facia/overhang to pull the eye and act as arbour” — dousett
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