A Treemansion. Pete Nelson’s creation 25-feet up in mature hemlock trees. The treehouse accommodates 4 persons and has full plumbing with cold and hot water. The stiff construction survived a hurricane in 2011. Located in Topridge, New York.
Jackfruit Treehouse. A cozy treehouse with a river view terrace, a rooftop terrace, and a rope swing. It is one of the treehouses at the Rabeang Pasak Chiangmai treehouse resort, whose owner is a retired architect. Located in Chiangmai, Thailand.
Treehouse by the Shore. A two-story treehouse fully supported by five beech trees. The spiral staircase takes you to the main level of the treehouse from which you can observe the surroundings; the spiral staircase inside leads to the second floor, which is designed for cozy night talks under the blanket. Located in Munich, Germany.
In honor of Halloween, I’ll be posting weekly Top 11 lists related to the holiday. I’ve been a fan of horror movies since I was eight years old, when I saw Scream for the first time. I snuck into my grandparents living room while they were watching it one night and, while it scared the crap out of me, I was fascinated. From there, my mom and I began a tradition of going to Blockbuster and picking up the newest horror movie every week. I’ve seen a lot of horror movies since then, so this was a difficult list to narrow down. I ended up going with the movies that I’ve watched the most and never get tired of. Happy Halloween!!