This pair of mirrored treehouses in Kentucky reminds me of the Swiss Family Robinson compound! They are a fantastic blend of yurt-like round architecture, but hung in the trees to make them even more awesome.
Mirrors in a chevron pattern on the exterior of the pods reflects the beauty of the trees back at you. One pod is a living area, and the other one houses the two beds and a couple of hammocks. At ground level there is a third pod which has the bathroom.
What a super cool spot! Enjoy the photo tour below.
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Yurt-Like Pods Hung in the Trees!
One of the tree houses has a deck on the underside.
Live-edge counters wrap around the living pod.
Custom table fits the shape of the house.
Queen bed with mosquito netting.
And another one! Family vacation time.
Deck underneath the tree house.
These stairs take you up to the tree houses.
The bathroom pod is at ground level.
A bridge connects the two pods.
What a cool vacation spot!
Welcome to The Looking Glass Treehouse. This dual treehouse is perched atop a Tulip Poplar and Pignut Hickory. The façade of mirrors reflects the surrounding forest back to you, creating a shimmering atmosphere of strong trunks and vibrant leaves. The Looking Glass Treehouse is truly a masterful creation that is a product of extraordinary craftsmanship and imaginative design.
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