This fabulous and fairy treehouse isn’t located in a distant forest but in a backyard in Atlanta, Georgia. It’s owned by Peter Bahouth, who, together with the builder Nick Hobbs, created this beautiful space for adults from reused and salvaged materials. The house has three rooms, named by the owner of “Mind” (the living room) connected by a suspension bridge with the “Body” (the bedroom) and “Spirit” is a separate platform around an old pine tree.


The small lights give a festive atmosphere among the trees. The living room is darker, with casually propped guitar aside and beautiful large windows that open from the top. The bedroom is brighter and the bed is placed on a platform that allows you to sleep outside when the weather is nice. All this against a background of dense vegetation, coupled with Christmas lights and beautiful old chandeliers. Fabulous!

More photos can be found on The Owner Builder Network. Pictures by Jane Field-Lewis. Via The Sunday Chapter.


Other beautiful small houses: a summer cabin in Finland, a garden pavilion and a house made of windows.

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