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Custom Reader’s Treehouse for Library

Custom Fabricated Library Treehouse
Custom Fabricated Kids Treehouse
Reader's Treehouse in Library
Reading stations next to Reader's Treehouse in Library
How Reader's Treehouses fit in Library environment

Custom Reader’s Treehouse for Library

A public library in Michigan wanted to create a unique, immersive experience for its younger patrons. We created a trio of faux trees that form a Treehouse and play area for the children’s books section.

The Fabricated Trees were designed to be wider and shorter than real trees, so they would fit in the allotted space. There’s a rope gated path around the center tree and lots of whimsical decor accents. Little details, like the red parrot high in the tree, or the handmade “Watch for Fireflies” sign, bring this dream space to life.

This space is so distinctive that it earned an odd – but impressive – place on a list of the Strangest Public Libraries in the World! Some might be offended by inclusion on such a list, but we think it’s a compliment.

Our incredible Reader’s Treehouse in the children’s section helped earn their spot as one of the strangest in the world.

As the library’s director says

There is not another children’s area in the world that is dramatic as ours.

Be sure to see our other Custom Treehouses and Specialty Trees for more school and library options!


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