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This Is The Majestic Treehouse We All Wanted When We Were Kids

NOVEMBER 12, 2016  —  By Sarah Gzemski  
Sarah Gzemski

Sarah Gzemski

Animal and pizza lover with an Internet addiction. Nerd to the max. Currently residing in Arizona, the land of beautiful winters.

When I was little, all I thought about was having a treehouse of my own.

I was obsessed with the idea of a tiny house that I could retreat into when I needed some time alone. Of course, I never had the skills (or the willing relatives) to make it happen. When TreehouseBuilder's cousin asked him to build something incredible, though, they took treehouses to a whole new level. Check out pictures of their incredible DIY project below.

They started out with some pretty epic hand-drawn plans.

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A work buddy helped them stake out their spot (and promptly found the best nap nook).

After that, construction on the deck started. Because the location was on a slope, anchoring the treehouse was one of the most important parts of the job.

Once the deck was done, a decorative fence added some safety and pizazz.

With the walls up, the house began to take shape.

Just add a roof, and you've already got a woodland paradise. But these builders weren't done yet.

They decorated the interior to be a cozy cabin with a loft kids would love to climb.

And finally, our builders added the most exciting part: a slide!

Their final product is so much more amazing than any treehouses I ever saw as a kid. Just magical.

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There are dozens more pictures of TreehouseBuilder's process, including explanations about why certain materials and tools were chosen. Build your own, and don't forget to invite me!

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