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Escape the naturally dicerning retreat – FreshBump
November 5, 2009

Escape the naturally dicerning retreat – FreshBump

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Eco Retreat West Africa’s Resort Spa Channels the African Wild
October 25, 2009

Scottish-based design consultants, Treasured Dreams, is one of the world’s leading treehouse design and construction companies, and they have been aspiring to create one of West Africa’s leading eco holiday resort and spa.
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042 Twitter with the Twitchers
October 21, 2009

042 Twitter with the Twitchers

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Britain’s best treehouses and woodland attractions
October 21, 2009

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/familyholidays/6347244/Britains-best-treehouses-and-woodland-attractions.html

Arboreal Balconies – Take Advantage of the Views From A Tree-Deck In Your Own Yard (GALLERY)
July 24, 2009

Arboreal Balconies – Take Advantage of the Views From A Tree-Deck In Your Own Yard (GALLERY)

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Tip-Top Treehouses – Escape Lodges Luxury Hotel Sheds Make Fancy Forest Dwellings (GALLERY)
July 24, 2009

Tip-Top Treehouses – Escape Lodges Luxury Hotel Sheds Make Fancy Forest Dwellings (GALLERY)

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Wild Eco Retreats – West Africa s Resort Spa Channels the African Wild (GALLERY)
July 24, 2009

Wild Eco Retreats – West Africa s Resort Spa Channels the African Wild (GALLERY)

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Escape Lodges Luxury Hotel Sheds Make Fancy Forest Dwellings
June 12, 2009

Escape Lodges the Naturally Discerning Reteat

Escape Lodges the Naturally Discerning Reteat

Essentially, Escape Lodges, the baby of Treasured Dreams Treehouse mogul Gordon Brown, is providing hotels with upmarket ‘sheds’ to sleep in. The concept has taken two years to develop and the first ones are already in place.

“As a business, Treasured Dreams has been the leader in the domestic market with our beautiful handcrafted Treehouses,” says Gordon Brown, the founder and designer of the Escape.

An array of designers, architects and craftsmen have come together to make this dream a reality for Escape Lodges.

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Take Advantage of the Views From A Tree-Deck In Your Own Yard
June 2, 2009

For those who are tired of traditional garden decking, Tree-Decks are the latest must-have. Constructed up in the leafy boughs of a tree, Tree-Decks are where aesthetic beauty and beautiful functionality meet in perfect harmony. They are as practical as they are pleasing to the eye, an area for dining, entertaining and for children to play on.

Tree-Decks are as bespoke as the hoist tree in which they are constructed in and come in all shapes and sizes as well as staircases and balustrade options, a real alternative traditional decking.

Treasured Dreams, the pioneers of Tree-Decks, are the experts who have taken traditional decking to a higher level.

“Tree-Decks seem to fascinate everyone,” says Gordon Brown. “Children think they’re a make-believe land, men view them as adventurous and women as romantic.”

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The Cedar Spire Treehouse at Melville House as featured on BBC Scottish news
May 14, 2009

fairtale castle

fairtale castle

After a severe lighting strike destroyed the largest limb of a 500 year old Cedar tree, the owner was looking for an interesting way to fill the sizeable gap that remained. Our solution was to create a stunning and unique structure that could be used as a fantasy Treehouse for children, but which could also keep the adults thoroughly entertained.

Standing at the end of a long driveway on a grand Scottish estate in Fife, this imposing Treehouse stands at over 45 feet tall, with the large natural Cedar shingle roof blending in not only with it’s surroundings, but also with the copper clad fairytale turrets.

Sunlight streams through the stained glass windows and doors – the top floor being a secluded space reached by a ladder making it an ideal place for an exciting sleepover.

Across a suspended bridge sits a large treedeck under the shelter of an attractive Copper beech.

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