If you’re looking for an amazing tiny house vacation it would be hard to beat it with these amazing tiny treehouse cabins in Germany.
They’re located in Lower Saxony, Germany at a place called Resort Baumgeflüster which translates to rustling trees.
The owners of the property decided they would turn their farm into a tourist resort to enjoy staying in these beautiful treehouses designed by baumraum architects while enjoying the amazing scenery on the property. I think that was a good idea, right? Please enjoy and re-share below. Thanks!
When it comes to funky design and creative use of reclaimed material Derek “Deek” Diedricksen is the building master. In this case it’s a custom designed and built 140 sq. ft. off the grid cabin called the Glass House because it’s loaded with recycled windows.
Using recycled glass, windows, wood and other odds and ends Deek came up with the Glass House. When you go inside you’ll see it’s great for weekend getaways. But with some modifications you might be able to make this funky tiny cabin livable year-round. What do you think of this funky off-grid cabin? Please enjoy and re-share below. Thank you!
The large deck allows you to see the classic California countryside views up from the trees.
Inside the treehouse you’ll find an open living area with a couch that doubles as a twin size bed. There is even a half bathroom in the treehouse too! And up a ladder you can access the cozy sleeping loft that houses a cozy queen size bed. Please enjoy and re-share below. Thank you!
Nestled 30 feet up in a lush eucalyptus tree is this whimsical treehouse cabin. Located on the property of Swallowtail Studios in Petaluma, CA.
As you climb three flights of stairs up to the treehouse cabin you start to become one with nature. Once you reach the deck you can take in the amazing scenery of the Arabian horse farm, the forest, and the rolling hills. French doors open up to a magical bedroom studio with a cozy bed to rejuvenate in. I love the stained glass windows and all the artistic decor. Please enjoy and re-share below. Thank you!
Established in 1925, Camp Wandawega is located in Elkhorn, Wiscousin. It’s about a two hour drive from Chicago. The property has cabins, teepees, camping, bunk house and my favorite this three-level treehouse.
The treehouse was built around a massive elm tree. There are even branches going through the house and out the window. It’s three levels, with the first level being the hanging out area for eating an drinking outdoors, the second level is the main part of the house. And the third level the library loft.
It’s outfitted with Mason jar light fixtures, tree swings, and a hammock. Used as a common space for guests, one could enjoy reading a book in the loft library or take a afternoon nap in the hammock outside.
When staying at Camp Wandawega you get the full recreational camp experience. There is everything from a private beach, private fishing pier, hiking, boating, horse shoes, basketball, tennis, archery, campfires and so much more.
As Camp Wandawega says, “We’re not a proper resort by a long shot. We’re just carrying on the tradition of connecting people to the simple pleasures of simpler times.”
Best of all, it was built using mostly scrap materials and reclaimed lumber. Even better, it only took them a week to finish it! Talk about professionals…
If you’re interested in something like this (NOT on wheels) it’s possible for Molecule to design and build a similar unit for you and it can be transported on its side to your location. Pretty cool, right?
How would you like to have this tiny little escape in your backyard? I’d rent my house out and move in the backyard to live rent-free while someone else helps pay the mortgage! How about you? Either way- please enjoy and re-share this one with your tiny house friends below. Thanks!
6×10 Treehouse Inspired Tiny Home Built w/ Scrap Materials
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