As you view these branches in a treehouse railing, perhaps you’ll wish you were a kid again?
A treehouse wraps around a sturdy tree, while Laurel branches enclose the tall structure taking its visual appeal to new heights. That’s because there’s just something enchanting about Mountain Laurel branches.
Maybe it’s the way they twist and turn to form fascinating shapes? Whatever the reason, these natural twigs, grown in mountain forests, stir the imagination just like the treehouse itself.
Furthermore, every treehouse is unique due to the terrain and trees upon which it is built. And just like a treehouse, every branch baluster in the railing shown above is one-of-a-kind. This is another reason why branches in a treehouse make such an amazing and whimsical sight.
Designing a treehouse offers parents and their children the opportunity to be creative. Here, a rope bridge with planks connects the treehouse platform to the home, as if one is going to embark on a great adventure. Thick cords and knots also add an awesome touch.
Lit-up with a string of lights, kids and teens would surely find this private space a great place to gather and talk, play board games or even climb a tree. Notice the footholds inserted along the tree’s trunk—another surprise in this fun filled hideaway.
From the plank floor to the tree trunk and twig railing, you can see in the picture above these elements used to build the treehouse display a natural and pleasing flow.
Here, the homeowner’s son is enjoying his tree top hangout as he leans against the handrails. And yet, this room certainly is big enough to invite adults.
Treehouses: Not Just for Kids Anymore
These rustic abodes are becoming vacation hot spots for grown-ups, couples and families alike. Today, folks even build treehouses to be their primary residence. And of course, Laurel railings would be perfect for those applications too.
If you and your family are drawing up plans for a one-of-a-kind treehouse, consider adding the perfect complement–unique Laurel railings.