Do-it-yourself projects and plans for anyone who can swing a hammer.
Do you remember being a child, dreaming of a special place – small and hidden, perhaps a treehouse – all your own? A place to invent imaginative alter egos, to become the characters you read of in your favorite books, to display treasures collected on neighborhood forays.
I think many adults still wish for such a place – to dream, to be inspired, to be at peace. And a few fortunate folks have created such special spaces - in wonderful one-of-a-kind treehouses. How did you envision what the treehouse in The Swiss Family Robinson might have looked like? A rope ladder through a hole in the floor, a swinging hammock, lanterns for light and windows open to the breezes and starry nights?
Now, you can start dreaming again, each month, while enjoying the gorgeous treehouse photos from Peter Nelson’s book Treehouses of the World
You can find the calendar and book at Barnes & Noble bookstore, and at www.amazon.com.