Owl’s Tree House

  • Tree House – Just For Fun

    Location: Oxfordshire

    Form Of Contract: Private Terms

    Expertly designed and skilfully crafted, this little private tree house is the perfect hideout for young children. Sitting in a beautiful woodland setting, the tree house allows for endless adventures and hours of fun.

    The tree house blends in with the surrounding trees and foliage, and gives the garden a delightful focal point which can be seen from the house.

    A design that combines style and practicality…

    The south-west facing balcony is built around the trunk of a majestic beech tree, offering shade and privacy to the children as they play. A railing of natural Hazelwood spindles give a rustic, homely look in contrast to the neat cedar paneling on the exterior walls and roof of the tree house.

    Owl’s Tree House, the perfect woodland hideaway…

    The children can either use the spiral wooden staircase to access the balcony deck, or climb up a secret rope ladder through a trap door inside the tree house. A fireman’s pole adds yet another play feature and an element of fun to the exterior design.The inside of the tree house has a bright and airy feel – a simple mezzanine sleeping loft makes it perfect for sleepovers, with a handmade circular look-out window offering views across the garden. As the children grow up, they will still be able to retreat to their tree house and use as a space to read, do homework or watch films.

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  • The Woodland Den Tree House, built by Blue Forest, is supported on three trees lined up next to one another. A sweeping spiral staircase with a light rope barrier leads the way towards this tree house and its two decks.

  • We have called this the Fibonacci Tree House! The organic shape was inspired by the geometry of the “Fibonacci Spiral”. This is a logarithmic spiral often found in nature, for example in the form of a snails shell.