Diane Pham

Grandparents Build an Amazing Victorian-Style Treehouse for their Lucky Grandkids

by , 06/04/13

antiques, dallas, found objects, grandchildren, james curvan, jeri wakefield, steve wakefield, texas, treehouse, repurposed

Back in the day, our grandparents didn’t give us much more than a handful of toffees and a few shiny nickels. But these lucky grandsons received something much more spectacular from theirs—an unbelievable treehouse complete with decks, a pitched roof, a tube slide, a suspension bridge, and much more! Steve and Jeri Wakefield hired architect James Curvan to design a multi-level treehouse for their little ones using found objects and antiques. What resulted was an enchanting treehouse that brings together formal architecture and child-like imagination.

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  1. mshel August 30, 2013 at 9:40 am

    With homeless such a huge problem, this article shows how unaffected the wealthy are by the suffering of others. This sort of ostentatious jewel-rattling makes me sick!

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