Gallery: Lynne Knowlton’s Treehouse is a Sanctuary Made from Reclaimed ...

 
Kids get excited about playing in treehouses, but adults may get even more excited, especially when it becomes their sanctuary and place of refuge. Lynne Knowlton, a designer in Ontario, Canada dreamed of a place of respite and after an unfortunate accident involving a barn and a tornado, the idea sprang to light of a treehouse in the woods. She and her family bought the demolished barn and set about building a two-story treehouse on stilts. Besides the reclaimed wood, they also sourced other materials from friends including a huge red slide that came from an old dismantled playground.

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  1. LynneKnowlton June 14, 2012 at 11:30 pm

    Thank you for the beautiful feature on our treehouse ! I just did a treehouse update this week, and here is the link…. http://www.lynneknowlton.com/2012/06/08/treehouse-squirrel-trouble-capital-t-trouble/
    It is mostly about CHASING OUT SQUIRRELS from our treehouse. LOL….but a few treehouse photo updates too.
    Cheers!!
    Big love from the trees….
    Lynne

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