Blue Forest Faun's Realm Tree House Blue Forest Faun's Realm Treehouse

Faun’s Realm Treehouse

Location: Buckinghamshire

Contract: Private

Explore your own little world of deep magic and mythical creatures with Faun’s Realm Treehouse, a children’s playhouse fit for valiant Kings and Queens of Narnia and their friends. The children of the family were the key influencers for this scheme with the design developed from their own ideas, making the treehouse a personal space for building memories and experiencing adventures.

A treehouse that the whole family can cherish for years to come…

From the copper-gold dragon scales on the turret roof to the hand-carved toadstool table and chairs, this treehouse’s design lends itself to the incredible fantasy world created in the classic books by C.S. Lewis. Running over the rope bridge, it is impossible not to imagine yourself crossing the Eastern Ocean to the world’s end. Pretend you are standing at the helm of the Dawn Treader as you look out from the satellite deck and hoist up maps and battle plans using the basket and pulley.

‘Let us go on and take the adventure that shall fall to us’ – The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe

Imagine opening the door to the treehouse to find a pixie grotto where glowing moon orbs hang from the ceiling and pink blossoms grow from the beams. Beautifully finished to the highest standards, the spacious interior allows you to disappear into your own secluded world with storage space for toys built underneath a cosy bay window seat. On the other side of the room stands a great Oak hand-crafted wardrobe – the sort that has a looking-glass in the door, decorated with twinkly firefly lights. Inside, several long fur coats hang from the rail just as you would expect in any old wardrobe – until you go in further to discover a hobbit door that opens up to reveal a mighty stainless steel tube slide curving out round the treehouse to the garden below.

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