Welcome to our gallery featuring the truly unique Nook home, an arboreal creation by Blue Forest Treehouse Design and Construction.
Located in Surrey, England, the Nook is comprised of a singular treehouse set into a large deck, affording space for dining and relaxing under the stars. The standout element of the deck would have to be the large sunken fire pit with wraparound conversation space, sitting right behind the main house.
The home is outfitted with a suite of adventure elements for kids and adults alike. A custom rope bridge connects the main home to a secondary play deck, replete with gazebo, zip wire, and adventure trail boasting a climbing rock. This variety of platforms and connective links provide a playful space for the imagination to run wild.
The interior of the treehouse is decked out in oak flooring and beautiful cedar lining, giving way to a rich, naturally airy feel. The entire space is designed to blend perfectly with its surroundings in serene luxury.
At the front entrance we see the rich cedar walls through full height windows flanking the glass panel door. The deck and roof itself are cut to wrap around the oak trees at left.
From the forest side of the home, we see the sprawling deck connected to its surroundings via the rope bridge, a ladder, and a slide. Part of the adventure course is seen in the foreground.
Over the natural wood railing and rope-adorned stairway we see the rotunda at the corner of the home.
At the rear of the property, we can see the attached natural wood swing set standing to the left of the large fire pit space.
Here is the fire pit in close view, with the stone pit itself surrounded by circular rich oak bench seating.
The fantastic rope bridge connects the home to this discrete platform, housing a gazebo and leading to the adventure trail.
The main deck features this unique leaf-design hanging seat, perfectly in line with the natural focus of the project.
A close view of the deck structure reveals interlocking layers of wood, with bright oak planks forming the floor.
Here we have the adventure course, with balance beams and climbing wall in full view from the deck.
Here we have the rock climbing wall, a standalone piece ending the adventure trail with a challenge.
Finally, we leave you with this vision of the fire pit illuminated at night. The fencing gives way to this sunken conversation space, glowing beneath the trees.
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