A Room of One’s Own, Among the Treetops

Treehouses have a certain whimsy. These aerial abodes exude a charm as they sit calmly among boughs, floating above the green. They combine the domestic with the fantastic, inspiring a range of fiction — from The Swiss Family Robinson to Winnie the Pooh. In many ways, these structures share a kinship with one of literature’s most iconic tree-dwellers — Peter Pan.
Just like J.M. Barrie’s titular character, “The Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up,” treehouses linger between childhood and maturity. It’s that ambiguity that make them homes for your child’s imagination. So let your little one climb the ladder and choose their own adventure.