Treehouse Ideas Every Kid Will Love

No childhood is complete without spending time in a livable playground or a treehouse. Most of us did not get the chance to own one, but at the very least, we got to play on one. I mean, who doesn’t want a little bit of magic in their lives? For most of us, it was the place where we learned how to dream and explored the art of being creative. Tucked in the beautiful nature, treehouses still remain relevant in this generation. They still bring joy not only to the kids, but also to the young at heart who still dream of living their childhood fantasy.

Having a treehouse is like having a natural escape. It’s like escaping the city and retreating to the trees. A treehouse is a watchtower, a playhouse, a spaceship, and even a secret base. It could be anything, your imagination is the only limit. You can nap like a champion on top of the trees and wake up to a cool breath of fresh air. 

Magic aside, building a treehouse can be a bit expensive and a hassle on the parent’s side. Thinking about your dream treehouse is all fun and games until you’re already under the heat, starting to make magic happen. But don’t worry, I got you! I collected some of the most beautiful budget-friendly yet easiest treehouses you can build in just a week. 



Don’t have a tree that is strong enough to withstand a tiny house? Not a problem! With just a few pieces of wood, you can build a dreamy treehouse your children will surely love. It doesn’t have walls to help hold up during disasters but it has curtains to cover it in case of rain. You can leave stuff behind without worrying about them getting ruined.


This is one of the most common types of treehouses. It has a limited space but can cater to at least five kids. Treehouses like this are usually the easiest and the strongest ones since they are made using brick materials. It can be enjoyed by children for a very long time!

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Unlike other treehouses, this is like a small playhouse with a slide, adding more fun to the play! Although it has a very limited space, kids can still play inside for a safer play environment.

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