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Pete and Daryl join forces with an inventive treehouse designer to create a sky-high geometric globe for an adventurous and deserving family whose many good works include rescuing lost and stranded hikers in the vast woodlands near their Seattle home. This 30-sided, out-of-this-world treetop orb will be connected to the trees solely by wires.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Treehouse Masters from 10 votes.
A couple in Tulsa has two things in common: they are both expert gardeners and they both have Scottish heritage. They enlist Pete to build “something extraordinary” in their backyard by creating a treetop Scottish cottage 10-feet high in a robust pin oak.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Treehouse Masters from 31 votes.
Brian Kelley – a Southern gentleman who just happens to be half of superstar country-pop sensation Florida Georgia Line – is dreaming of a treehouse that he can “cruise” to with his gorgeous new wife in their home outside of Nashville. It is a three story whimsical, speakeasy-themed creative space built at the edge of a ravine below their home, perched in two strong oaks and a hickory tree. A sky-high bridge attached to their front porch floats through the tree branches to the second story of the treehouse, allowing the couple to easily access their private refuge. Pete incorporates wood from a treehouse that Brian’s father built for him as a boy, a bedroom, office, writing room, and a fantastic music-recording studio decorated with Guatemalan fabrics and vintage light bulbs.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Treehouse Masters from 8 votes.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Treehouse Masters from 7 votes.
In Kentucky, Pete creates a treehouse with 17-foot-high ceilings and open-frame timber rafters, allowing a couple with a love of tree-climbing to harness up and dangle from both inside and out.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Treehouse Masters from 30 votes.
A fun and zany behind the scenes look at the show with some of Pete's favorite, never-before-seen moments.
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of Treehouse Masters from 25 votes.
Pete gathers up the posse to build a Wild West-themed treehouse in North Bend, Washington; they build a horseshoe-shaped construct with a bedroom, county jail loft, and genuine copper ceiling set 15-feet high in a solitary Douglas Fir.
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of Treehouse Masters from 42 votes.
A Kenyan born author wants a African themed hut in Washington. Pete uses handhewn rustic cedar to build an African-inspired circular hut treehouse complete with aerial walkway, spiral staircase, and thatched roof.
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Treehouse Masters from 35 votes.
Pete and his team undertake a sticky challenge and reinvent the classic single-tree treehouse; constructing a magnificent and whimsical beehive-like structure soaring 30-feet high in a majestic Douglas fir.
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of Treehouse Masters from 38 votes.
Pete and his team embark on a quest to an idyllic farm in Waxhaw, NC with orders to craft an elegant English retreat with a hanging bed fit for a queen. But one thing might stand in the way of Pete and his holy grail of pastoral treehouse builds...goats!
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of Treehouse Masters from 65 votes.
Join Pete on an adventure in Germany with two renowned treehouse builders - Christopher Richter, a former student, and Andreas Wenning, one of the world's most celebrated treehouse architects - as they tour Deutschland and every treehouse they can find!
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Treehouse Masters from 42 votes.
A farm in Wisconsin is the setting for a two-story tree house that features two decks; a loft; a lounge; and an art studio that has storage space for paint and canvases, a slop sink for washing brushes, an easel, drafting tables and a sewing station.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Treehouse Masters from 16 votes.
Pete treks to New York's Catskill Mountains to build his first glass house in the sky; piecing materials together like a puzzle, Pete uses his clients' collection of 50 vintage windows to construct an elegant tree house encased by walls of glass.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Treehouse Masters from 38 votes.
The matriarch of a multi-generational Memphis family with a retreat in a wild bird paradise reaches out to Pete to build a giant bird nest treehouse. This “human nest” will pay homage to the magnificent egret nests that line the family’s lake, and will be housed in two hackberry trees and one sturdy oak.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Treehouse Masters from 22 votes.
Taking a look back at builds from the past is always a joy for Pete and the carpenters of NT&S. Pete and a few crew members gather around the campfire to poke fun at one another about the shenanigans they shared when building high up in the trees!
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Treehouse Masters from 9 votes.
Pete goes to Nebraska to build a tree house for a fun-loving family who enjoy music, writing and the occasional happy hour.
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of Treehouse Masters from 51 votes.
In search of an inspiring space to begin her first novel, a writer in Rhinebeck, New York calls on Pete to build a hideaway to embrace her creativity but instantly feels blocked when she disagrees with Pete about the chosen tree. Once Pete wins her over, he transforms the tree into a gold-leafed “Spirit House” retreat filled with Buddhist artifacts and uplifting oddities and a loft to rest the brain between chapters.
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of Treehouse Masters from 72 votes.
Pete heads to Michigan to help a husband surprise his wife with a Swiss Family Robinson inspired treehouse for their anniversary! Far more advanced than its castaway motivation, the treehouse uses steel beams to hold tons of modern amenities.
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Treehouse Masters from 15 votes.
Pete and the crew round-up the magnificent seven of cypresses alongside the Frio River and mosey on down to Leakey, Texas to build a gigantic, Texas-sized treehouse with the longest bridge in NT&S history.
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of Treehouse Masters from 83 votes.
Pete revisits his former home – a site where he built his very first treehouses. Revamping old treehouse building techniques with new and improved methods, the team fuses traditional wood with the power of steel, making these Nelson classics brand new.
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of Treehouse Masters from 37 votes.
Last updated: oct 09, 2020
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