RHS Chelsea Flower Show Tree House 2018

We were excited to exhibit a luxury, fairy-tale tree house at the RHS Chelsea Flower 2018. The two-storey tree house offered the public a rare opportunity to experience the quality and charm of Blue Forest’s bespoke tree house creations.

Only in a child’s dreams would a tree house end up like this one – a two-storey treetop wonderland with a 40ft slide winding, Narnia-like, out of the back of a wardrobe. There is plenty of space inside for the whole family to play! Those with an eye for detail will have spotted numerous other bespoke touches including a comfy window seat, fibre-optic ceiling lights, intricate rope work and a bespoke interior design scheme.

Located on the show’s prestigious Main Avenue, the exhibit featured a natural woodland planting scheme designed by Architectural Plants, a prestigious nursery with an enthusiasm for the sculptural qualities of trees and quirky or unusual plants.

“We have worked hard to develop a reputation as the world’s leading tree house experts. This year’s tree house will be the largest we have ever exhibited at the Chelsea Flower Show. We are delighted to be on Main Avenue again this year and can’t wait to experience the vibrant atmosphere of the show!”

Andy Payne, Founder Blue Forest

Blue Forest RHS Chelsea Flower Show Design 2018

 

Awards

  • Blue Forest Win Best of Houzz Design Awards 2017
  • Build Interior Design Awards 2018

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