Almost every child has dreamed of having a treehouse. Some were lucky enough to have one, and some still haven’t lost this dream even if they are grown ups now. So what is it so fascinating about having a shelter up in the trees? Freedom, harmony with nature, wilderness, and most importantly – no rules. From the tiniest uneven constructions to the most magnificent mansions – every treehouse is perfect. Take a look at this collection of the most impressive pieces from all over the world and tell me you don’t want one!

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Kyle’s Treehouse

Source: flickr.com

Located in Portland, Oregon, USA.

Treehouse on Henry Island

Source: flickr.com

Located in San Juan Islands, Washington, USA.

Abandoned Victorian Treehouse

Source: flickr.com

Located in South East Florida, USA

La Casa del Àrbol

Source: travel.nationalgeographic.com

Located in Baños de Agua Santa, Ecuador

A Treehouse for the Mind, Body, and Spirit

Source: theownerbuildernetwork.co

Located in Atlanta, USA.

Treehouse Surrounded by Yellow

Source: flickr.com

Located in Tokyo, Japan.

Alnwick Garden Treehouse

Source: panoramio.com

Located in Alnwick, Northumberland, UK.

Pasonanca Park Treehouse

Source: flickr.com

Located in Zamboanga city, Philippines.

The Blue Cone

Source: treehotel.se

Located in Harads, Northern Sweden, Europe.

A Treehouse with the Spiral Staircase

Source: architekturbuch.de

Located in France, Europe.