Please enjoy our gallery of the Decked-out Pool View Treehouse by Blue Forest and see a relaxing, fully-equipped treehouse that will delight you!
Welcome to our gallery featuring the utterly unique Pool View Treehouse by Blue Forest.
Located in Surrey, this gorgeous treehouse was designed to be the ultimate relaxed party venue.
Perfect for a simple family BBQ or for entertaining guest and friends, this perfectly outfitted treehouse has everything you could require.
The owner had a beautifully landscaped yard around the pool but they wanted a place to relax without having to trek back to the main house.
They also wanted to avoid taking away from the beauty of the surrounding gardens by constructing a large outbuilding that blocked the view.
Blue Forest surely delivered! Built over the pool, the exterior of the house boasts sprawling decks and even a diving platform over the deep-end of the pool for a bit of excitement.
A large entertainment area in the treehouse, complete with seating area and a huge entertainment stand offers a place to rest when the weather turns or if guests just want to relax.
The kitchenette and bathroom offer the comforts of a house without having to go far for food or amenities.
Despite the sprawling size and all of the included features, the designers successfully achieved the goal of creating a personal haven for the owners that integrated into into the surrounding trees without taking away from the natural landscape.
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This beautiful treehouse was designed with the surrounding landscaping and undergrowth in mind. The designers wanted to blend the expansive treehouse in with trees to give the property a one-of-a-kind feature that sets it apart from others in the area.
Despite all of the features in this treehouse, the exterior remains low-key and understated so that it is noticeable but not overbearing to the landscape. Here you can see that it melds perfectly with the surrounding trees and foliage.
Expansive decks surround the treehouse, connected by intricate rope bridges and and stairs lead down to the pool area that the treehouse is built above. The exterior of the treehouse is finished with a natural wood to keep with the natural theme of the project.
The rope bridge leads across to the deck wrapped around a nearby tree, expanding the leisure area around the treehouse. Simple decor and natural materials help the structure to blend in with surroundings.
Cedar shingles match the color of the siding while it is contrasted by the darker support beams. Modern fixtures and accents make the design feel more sleek and up-to-date than allowing the natural wood to make the treehouse seem basic and cabin-like.
The interior was designed for entertaining and parties. The designers intended the space for family gatherings and for the owners children to have a space to hang out with their friends. Finished with a combination of the oak floors and premium grade cedar lining, the interior is meant to invoke a light, airy and luxurious feel.
The semi-circular sofa faces a hand-built TV cabinet and seats plenty of people for enjoying a film or playing video games. The vaulted ceiling make the space feel larger and more open for the occupants. Each of the nine handcrafted windows have various sizes and give the room a bright a spacious feeling.
The contemporary kitchenette and bar is tucked in the back of the room but has plenty of room for food prep and serving during parties. You can see the ladder in the background that leads up to the loft sleeping area.
Beverage fridges and plenty of counter space make the kitchenette a perfect spot for entertaining family and friends during parties or when the kids have a sleepover. You can see the entirety of the room from behind the wet-bar and appreciate the dark wood rafters in the vaulted ceiling.
The cozy sleeping loft is accessed via a ladder and trapdoor from behind the kitchenette. The loft space creates more floor space for sleepovers and, as seen here, a glass balustrade provides a great view down to the main floor without dividing the loft from the rest of the room.
The curved bathroom and wet-room offers up and extra space for changing and for freshening up. The curve of the sink support balances the curve of the interior wall and adds to the overall theme of the bathroom.
Enjoy this video tour of the Pool View Treehouse and see the entirety of the space as though you were walking through it!
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