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Last winter, stuck inside for months and months while we waited for the sun to return to Alaska, Grace and I were really missing her original playhouse bed.
Now that I blog, our spare bedroom has turned into my office slash room of shame and the only place we have for guests to sleep is Grace's bed. But then last winter, Grace saw the Eli Fort Bed in Pottery Barn Kid's catalog and asked if we could build it for her. When my dear friend Jaime from That's My Letter wrote me saying it was her Buddy Boy's turn to get a new bed and, I knew Jaime would get the bed done and posted and shared. We worked on refining the plans, and you will thank Jaime when you build this bed for her brilliant suggestion to sister up 2x4 legs for added strength.
Lynne Knowlton’s, reclaimed material treehouse is a sweet dream for both children and adults. Bring inside a bit of magic to bedtime by updating your kid's room with a unique treehouse bed. This treehouse bed from Life Time Furniture comes with a climbing rope as well as a ladder, and includes space below that’s perfect for housing sleepover guests. Juli, the blogger mom behind The Slow Life, dreamed up this indoor treehouse, drafted plans, borrowed some power tools and built the bed.
Imagine a bedtime routine that includes your child eagerly climbing up a ladder to his bed situated high (but not too high) off the ground.
Yes, the treehouse is the central focus, but you’ll also find faux trees, a swing, a climbing rope, and lots of clever storage solutions. The room includes a big Calvin & Hobbes-themed mural, and a treehouse bed with both a ladder and a slide. Here, the treehouse is used for play in this amazing rec room, but a mattress could easily be added for sleeping.