|Season 1, Episode 7|
|Air date||July 12, 2013|
Love Is in the Air
With a budget as high as the trees in its backyard, a family in Bedford, New York hires Pete to design a dream clubhouse for the entire family. The checklist of requests is anchored by a central two-story structure with a roof reaching 40 feet off the ground, providing a view above the built-in white oak trees. The treehouse has three main areas: a big BBQ patio with a grill for entertaining; a spacious living room decorated with antique treasures for the family to lounge; and a chalkboard-covered playroom complete with a lofted nook for the girls to have sleepovers. To make this treehouse extra special, Pete installs a secret trap door, a dumb-waiter system, and a fire pole and monkey bars, which bring fun for all.
|Twenty-Ton Texas Treehouse | Luck O' the Irish Cottage | Sky High Spa | Treetop Taphouse | Spirit House Retreat | Backyard Bungalow | Canopy Clubhouse | Love Is in the Air|