The Incredible Adventure Clubhouse Tree House by Blue Forest

The Incredible Adventure Clubhouse Tree House by Blue Forest

Welcome to our gallery featuring the sumptuous Αdventure Clubhome tree home, designed by Βlue Forest.

Located in Surrey, England, this fantastical tree home stands in the rear garden of a more standard home.

It was designed to provide the ultimate kids’ clubhome, the kind that the designers dreamed of in their own younger days.

The structure is essentially a home−away−from−home designed to celebrate the imagination and energy of children, fostering opportunities for adventure and fun.

The design evokes a rustic yet freshly attractive and welcoming appearance, resulting in a place that is both a fine host for play time and a standout garden feature. it is a gorgeous addition to the yard that will be used for years.

The tree home is set back in the garden, surrounded by greenery and leaving the lawn mostly available for games. There is even a small zip wire to play on! The tree home includes multiple ways to access and exit, including a secret tunnel hidden beneath the deck. This is accessible only via a secret door within a bookcase.

Super personal touches like this make the tree home really come alive with imagination.

Even further, the tree home includes a wireless CCTV camera system with 4 different cameras watching all angles around the exterior. If anyone bypasses this, there is a Nerf gun armory within the secret room. Details like this elevate the tree home into something magical for children.

Inside, you will see a raised bay window providing a lookout over the deck and yard, as well as a raised sleeping platform for sleepover nights. The tree home is wrapped by a spacious deck that offers a fun, elevated place for kids to play.

Throughout, there are a number of play features including a climbing net and wall, fireman pole, and the aforementioned zip wire.

The tree home includes half glazed doors and 9 windows of varying sizes, letting sunlight into the cozy and comfortable rich wood interior.

Here we see the expansive deck wrapping the tree home, all in rich natural wood for a warm, inviting look. The zip wire connects here, as does the lift and load basket mounted to the right.

Set against the foliage at the rear of the landscape, the tree home is a sight to behold and an unobtrusive presence at the same time. Here we see the rope and climbing walls, as well as a peek at the secret entrance below the deck.

The main entrance opens to a wide open space within the tree home, below a vaulted ceiling and acres of rich natural wood paneling all around. The diverse windows cast plentiful sunlight in here.

To the right is a large bookcase built into the wall. This extravagant creation offers plentiful space for display, as well as a secret.

here is the secret: the bookcase opens up via a hidden vault door, when the kids tilt the right book. it is a whimsical twist straight out of a spy novel, perfect for the imaginations of children.

Turning back toward the interior, we see the great loft bed and, below it, a secret hatch to a passage beneath the tree home. The dark wood exposed beams of the vaulted ceiling add a subtle dose of contrast.

Up on the bed loft, we see how the comfortable space extends into the rotunda, making for a nice secluded hangout area with plenty of views to the outdoors. Sets of sconce spotlights illuminate the entire high ceiling interior.

The entire interior is awash in the uniformly warm wood tone, from the floors to the ceilings. Here we can appreciate the height and expansive layout of the tree home, as well as the abundance of windows.

The bookshelf stands out as a particularly detailed component of the tree home.

Returning to the exterior, we see how the tree home is built into a hill, offering plentiful “secret” space beneath the deck for adventuring and egress.

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