Peek Inside a 312-Square-Foot Home in the Woods—Built on Stilts!

One part treehouse, one part cabin, and one part tiny house, this rustic abode is the home of your dreams.

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Lauren Miller

Using materials from a reclaimed barn, Canadian designer and blogger channeled her love for the outdoors and created a rustic treehouse on stilts on her family’s property northwest of Toronto.

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Living Area
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Lauren Miller

Lynne and her contractor rescued a nearby barn (that had been destroyed in a tornado) to form the bones of the treehouse. Salvaged windows (including stained glass from an old church) complete the vintage look.

Kitchen
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Lauren Miller

To offset the wood clad walls, Lynne embraced white decorative elements, including curtains, light fixtures, furniture, and milk glass accents.

Dining Area
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Lauren Miller

The breezy, sheltered area under the main structure serves as an ideal all-weather dining room. The table and chairs are made from reclaimed boats.

Bathroom
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Lauren Miller

Blending seamlessly with its surroundings, the plumbing-equipped outhouse—cheekily dubbed the "laTREEn"—has a live edge wood countertop and a one-of-a-kind carved stone sink.

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