Pete Nelson Reflects on 2018 — Nelson Treehouse
This year has brought a great deal of adventure to our lives, with the most significant yet to come: the arrival of my first grandchild! In the spirit of new beginnings, I’d like to spend some time reflecting on the past year: the many people, places, and experiences that have brought us to this tre
When I grow up I want to live in a treehouse Explore #346
This where we spent the other week of our honeymoon. Its the tree house hotel near Arenal in Costa Rica. treehouseshotelcostarica.com/
Reynolds Appalachian Christmas Treehouse — Nelson Treehouse
Building a treehouse for Mike, one of our very own crew members, was the cherry on top of a happy year for Nelson Treehouse and Supply. Mike is a talented carpenter and treehouse enthusiast, and had longed dreamed of building a treehouse near his home in North Carolina.
Hill Country Hideout — Nelson Treehouse
This treehouse stays close to its Hill Country roots with locally-sourced reclaimed wood, rough-sawn and weathered textures, and a capacious size.
You can canoe straight to your cabin at the Edisto River Treehouses
Tucked in the woods along the rivers edge, these cabins are only accessible by canoe, the Treehouse cabins at Edisto River are perfect for nature lovers. Three rustic and secluded tree houses, located within the private 150-acre Edisto River Refuge, sleep up to four, six or eight people and are available year round with the exception of a few days during the Christmas holiday. The tree houses are situated out of sight of each other around the edges of a quiet river peninsula, bordered by a…
#treehousefriday: Ultimate Giveaway Treehouse — Nelson Treehouse
Surrounded by a rhododendron forest and perched in eastern hemlocks, this treehouse stands out with its Chippendale-inspired handrails. With its wraparound deck, dreamy outdoor shower, lounge, wood stove, and loft, this treehouse is built for relaxation. Read on for the full photo tour...
Treehouse Masters Season 9, Episode 8: Grace VanderWaal's Treehouse — Nelson Treehouse
Grace came to Pete with a clear vision for her treehouse: she wanted it to look rustic, as simple and close to its treehouse roots as possible. The crew had so much fun collaborating with Grace to bring her desired sense of adventure and whimsy to the treehouse.