Treehouse in Paradise
More About This Treehouse:
Our client wanted the Treehouse in Paradise as a getaway spot for their teenager entertaining friends by the pool. Palm trees are not suitable for treehouses, so we used metal supports and built the home near them instead.
We found some unique and exciting materials to give this treehouse extra character. The countertop is a live edge spalted maple piece from a local hardwoods supplier. Some smaller parts of matching maple were fashioned into corner shelves and side tables. The rope trim fits right in near the pool. We sourced some reclaimed barn siding for the exterior of the treehouse. We love the sliding barn door inside and the skylight.
Plumbing and Electric Options for Treehouses:
Our client wanted a complete steam shower to make their guests feel like they're at a spa. This location could not accommodate sewage lines, so we installed an incinerating plumbing system and stocked it with biodegradable products. For the electrical plan, we used a bronze finish on all fixtures to tie in with the doors and windows. The bathroom and kitchen have area lights, the ceiling fan has a room light, and outdoor lights guide your way after a swim.
How Much Does the Treehouse in Paradise Cost?
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