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This awesome arboreal dwelling is the Living the High Life Tree House created by Blue Forest, a British tree house design and construction firm. It’s a luxury family-sized complex featuring two separate tree houses, one for kids and one for their parents. The elevated dwellings are connected by a network of rope bridges which also lead to an adventure play area and an assault course, the latter of which is also accessible via an 80-yard zip line.
It may look rustic, but this is a top-of-the-line tree house. The kids’ house features three medieval towers, and inside one of them a concealed hatch in the upper floor leads to a secret game room containing a plasma TV and video game console. Meanwhile the grown-ups’ treehouse features a conical thatched roof and interior walls made of hand-split oak shingles and cedar tongue-and-groove boards. Inside there’s a kitchen (complete with plenty of wine storage), bathroom, and a large open living area for treetop entertaining. The complex also features accommodations for guests of the family.
Head over to the Blue Forest website to check out more of their amazing custom-built tree houses.
Interesting, especially with Alton’s plans…
EDIT: Yep, it’s them. They’re involved.
Natalie Dormer | 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards
wow he sure is hungry
no no that’s just the way all kids eat cereal these days — face first
Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul pose at the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on Monday, Aug. 25, 2014
the real reason i like tall people
- i aim to befriend them and slowly earn their trust so that they will carry me around on their shoulders
just ask - its one of my favorite things to do
The Thinker by Auguste Rodin x Drake thinking about Nicki’s ass in Anaconda.
Little gamecubes resting in their natural habitat
why would anyone need to own so many gamecubes
They arent owned, they are wild gamecubes
David Foster Wallace on writing, self-improvement, and how we become who we area – remarkably wide-ranging interview from 2006