A DIY treehouse is a simple way to provide your children with a perfect play area that will fuel their imagination and provide a little separation between you and them. Building a backyard treehouse with your kids will also provide priceless family bonding time and create memories that will last a lifetime. Both boys and girls enjoy hanging out in the trees and these 15 lovely DIY tree house ideas will provide you with plenty of inspiration and instructions to construction either a boys tree fort, a DIY playhouse for girls or a children’s tree house that everyone can enjoy.
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World Class DIY Treehouse
A lovely wooden treehouse that looks good and is built to last. Attractive and inviting for both girls and boys, this treehouse will also add value to your property.
Here’s a work of art that will entice young and old alike to enter. This unique hanging treehouse makes a perfect addition to a backyard kid’s play area and the simple design makes it an easy DIY project.
Mini Home in a Tree
This DIY tree house plan will enable you to construct a mini home in a tree that looks good enough to live in full time. Natural sunlight streams in through the windows and the porch is a great place for sitting in the shade.
Camouflaged Tree Fort
Simple design and sturdy construction will keep this diy treehouse in place for years to come. Easy DIY build with camouflage fabric for sides.
Treehouse With Slide And Swing
More than a treehouse, this idea makes it part of a large play area for kids. The diy treehouse is roofless and has a secure set of stairs leading up to the structure. A perfect setup for young children.
Year Around Fun
Built on stilts and with a plexiglass wall, this DIY playhouse does not depend upon a tree for support. The see through wall makes it fun for observing the backyard in all types of weather conditions.
Wooden Treehouse Plans
Solid, safe and attractive, this wooden treehouse will provide years of enjoyment for your kids. This how-to guide will easily walk you through the process of how to build a treehouse with ease.
Built without a roof, this tree deck provides open sky above for observing the stars at night. Enter the tree deck by climbing up the rope ladder, then relax in the shade of the surrounding trees.
Climb the steps and pull the curtain for a private hideaway in the trees. If you need to make a quick exit, slide down the slide and make your getaway from this lovely hideaway. The adults in the family may use this diy treehouse as often as the children do.
Simple DIY Treehouse
When a simple platform attached to a tree is all that’s needed to provide your kids with hours of fun, then these DIY build plans are for you. Simple, inexpensive and easy to build.
Pirate Treefort Plans
These plans will please the pirate in your family. Steps, porch, windows and door are accentuated with details that give this fort in a tree the look of a pirate ship sailing the sea.
A Frame Treehouse
These plans will enable you to build an A frame tree house with shutting side windows and an observation deck. Classic design and easy DIY build.
This simple design is kid-friendly and easy to build. A floor and sides are topped off with a camo tarp for a roof. Makes the building process quicker and less expensive, plus kids will like the notion of being hidden from view under the camo tarp roof.
Lifetime DIY Treehouse
These detailed video instructions will show you how to build a treehouse that your kids and grandkids will be able to enjoy. Longlasting beauty and construction for multiple years of fun.
Picking the right tree and placing a strong support system on the trees is key for safe and sturdy treehouse constructions. Theses plans will show you how to pick and prepare the trees first, then build a lovely treehouse that will last for years to come.