Epic Treehouses To Channel Your Inner Kid

on November 4, 2015


Never Grow Up

Many of us have fond memories of clambering up wooden steps to our own childhood tree house. Architects from around the world have breathed new life into this classic sanctuary with beautiful luxury treehouses, so pay one a visit and unleash your inner kid!


The UFO (Sweden)

Swedish company Treehotel has capitalized on the creative treehouse trend. This space-themed treehouse holds five people and is complete with bedrooms, bathrooms, and a lounge area. The entire structure is made from a lightweight durable material and is decked with out-of-this-world decor.

Atlas Obscura

The Minister's Treehouse (Crossville, TN)

In 1993, Minister Horace Burgess is said to have heard the word of God-to build the biggest treehouse ever! This 97-foot tall treehouse is supported by seven oak trees and boasts over 80 rooms, a church, and a bell tower.

Redwoods Treehouse Restaurant

The Redwoods Treehouse Restaurant (New Zealand)

This New Zealand restaurant is built around a tall redwood. The pod-shaped structure holds up to 50 people and is available for events, weddings, and dinners. What better way to enjoy an evening away?

Free Spirit Spheres

Free Spirit Spheres (Canada)

Dotting the rugged Canadian coast, these sleek and stylish spheres hang among tall trees and are a one-of-a-kind stay. Rent one out and bask in the creative spirit infused within these unique structures.


Bird's Nest (Sweden)

Another Treehotel creation, this treehouse might outwardly seem like an oversized pile of twigs. But inside, there's a sleek and modern interior room that holds four people. Enter via a retractable staircase and nest away!

Cocoon Tree

Cocoon Tree

Want to bring a luxury treehouse to your own backyard? Cocoon Tree offers these spherical structures constructed out of aluminum and water resistant tarpaulin. It holds two people comfortably and might be your next investment for an escape to the great outdoors.


747 Tree House (Costa Rica)

This treehouse takes upcycling to a whole new level. This vintage Boeing 747 was salvaged from a San Jose airport and renovated to become the ultimate executive suite and retreat. Talk about taking luxury to new heights!


The Cabin (Sweden)

Enjoy breathtaking views of the natural landscape with this stunning abode. The Cabin holds two people and offers plenty of natural light and a rooftop deck to truly become one with nature.

My Modern Met

Cherry Blossom Tree House (Japan)

There's no better way to take in the natural beauty of Japan than lodging right in the middle of it. This artfully constructed tree house, resting on a single cypress tree, assimilates seamlessly into the beauty of this Japanese forest while invoking hints of traditional culture.


The Mirrorcube (Sweden)

Become one with nature by disappearing into it-literally. The Mirrorcube's walls reflect its surroundings, making it almost invisible among the forest. A stunning panoramic view allows you to experience nature like never before.