Have you ever heard of a “teak-free” backyard?
Well, the idea is that instead of getting a piece of wood that has been used to build a house, you can just cut down the tree and then put it in the ground to grow some plants in the space.
That’s how this one-acre-deep green space in a suburban home was created in the U.K. back in 2015.
But it seems that this backyard has been popularized in other countries as well.
The Netherlands recently passed a law allowing homeowners to cut down trees to build the garden.
And a British man, Adam Brown, has created a tree house in his backyard in New Jersey that can be made to look like a giant house.
The tree house can be built out of wood or concrete and the tree can be covered with various things, such as straw, moss, or even a tree that has a piece or a trunk.
The idea behind this DIY tree house is to get your backyard to look more like a home, even if you live on a small island or a mountain.
The DIY treehouse will cost around $2,000 and takes a little over two weeks to build.
The plan is to build one in a month, but it’s still possible to do it in less than a week.
The biggest thing to keep in mind is that this DIY DIY tree is a DIY, so it’s more about what you can do and not to do.
For example, if you want to do the whole tree house, the plan is not to take out the branches that you don’t want, but rather to use a bit of wood, grass, or some branches that are not attached to the tree.
For more ideas on how to make your backyard more like your home, check out this article from The Huffington Posts.