A Modern, Luxury Tree House

Caesarstone Project Feature

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Here’s another delightful contemporary home for us to explore together. When I first saw images of this structure, I was immediately taken by the materials used on the exterior. Concrete, wood, corten steel, and glass are some of my favorites! But as I peeked around the inside of the house, I became increasingly interested in the many ways the interior design, finishes, and materials made me feel as though I were inside a luxury tree house.

A Modern, Luxury Tree House

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The expanses of glass and wood walls in this open living-dining-kitchen really contributes to the tree house feeling. Add in dappled light from multiple sky lights above, and the stage is set. This is truly a house that has invited the outside in. Another smart design element is the incorporation of a long counter—topped with Caesarstone, I might add—running from the kitchen into the living space. This not only breaks up the long wall, but also provides a practical serving space in the dining area and a display shelf in the living room.

A modern, luxury Tree House using Caesarstone quartz countertops and walnut wood cabinets

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A Modern, Luxury Tree House

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The kitchen end of the long Caesarstone counter top is anchored by a stovetop and oven, surrounded by sleek storage fronted with walnut.

A Modern, Luxury Tree House

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The entire lower floor of the house is enclosed by glass on the private side. The sense of being outdoors is quite a draw in this smartly-furnished office. The leather rug adds great texture and both the Eames Soft Pad chair and the Strut table are timeless pieces that work anywhere.

A Modern, Luxury Tree House

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The pattern cut into the corten steel exterior shell on the upper floor of the house gives one more nod to the sense of sunlight falling through leaves in this luxury tree house. This must be quite a serene space to start the day!

A modern, luxury tree house using Caesarstone quartz countertops and walnut wood cabinets

Image: Modal Design

Could you live in a contemporary tree house like this?

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Dave Hime
Dave Hime, founder/curator of JapaneseTrash.com, has been an interior design addict for as long as he can remember. In 2005, he bought a house-in-progress and missed several opportunities to have an influence on his own home decor–leaving him wanting more. With design heroes such as Blake Dollahite (ruraltheory.com) and Robert & Cortney Novogratz (thenovogratz.com), Dave began seeking out online resources that would exemplify the interior design practices he's most drawn to: using color, texture and simple materials well. Bringing all of this together, along with his specific focus on providing interior design inspiration from a man's point of view, is Dave's mission: masculine design.