A dreamy treehouse in Tulum Mexico
With a ticket booked for Spain in august, I am still craving more tropical destinations. Mexico is a place I have still yet to discover and this dreamy treehouse in Tulum is definitely a place I would book in a heartbeat. Tulum Treehouse is created by a diverse group of local artisans, builders, craftspeople and international designers. The makers come from very different backgrounds but are united in their commitment to using local, organic, sustainable materials whenever possible toward the creation of a uniquely beautiful and welcoming collaborative space. Everything from the ceramic to the shampoo in the bathrooms are all local, organic and sustainable.
With interior design and styling done by Annabell Kutucu, this dreamy treehouse is truly a tranquil sanctuary. As a renowned interior designer based in Berlin, Annabell Kutucu has raised great interest with her work on private residences and various international hospitality projects like San Giorgio Mykonos and Scorpios Mykonos, a contemporary interpretation of the ancient Greek agora. Her work combines the handmade, the artisanal, and the organic—elements such as old linen, rough textiles, and weathered wood—with vintage and contemporary pieces to create effortlessly holistic spaces in perfect communion with their surroundings.
Images courtesy of Tulum Treehouse
First seen on Vosgesparis