Chalkboards can add a level of secrecy to the treehouse: it allows you to leave secret messages for your friends or family. Let your friends know when you will be back from dinner or simply have fun drawing endless pictures on the erasable surface. Kids could even pretend they are back in the classroom, giving each other school lessons for the fun of it. Play tic-tac-toe or hang-man, old school games that used to provide us with countless hours of entertainment. Just be careful where you place the chalkboard as it could get damaged if exposed to the elements.
Completing the pirate apparel is the telescope, which kids can use to watch the whole neighborhood pass them by from the height of their tower. Telescopes are not the only option here: parents have the choice between binoculars and a periscope as well. It really just depends on the overall atmosphere of the treehouse: binoculars could be used for any situation while a periscope brings to mind a submarine atmosphere. Choosing a magnifying device all depends on how mobile you want your child to be: binoculars are movable while a periscope and telescope would be fixed in place.
While this feature may not be for the kids’ sake, it is an excellent way to spruce up the treehouse. Bring a pop of color and a splash of design by adding flower boxes under windows in the treehouse. That way, they are out of the way of children’s play. However, be cautious because flowers will attract bees. Try to research which ones are less prone to these little stingers.
Create natural melodies by hanging a pair of wind chimes up in the trees. You have many options here, including buying a set of pre-made wind chimes or making your own by utilizing old glass bottles of varying shapes and sizes. If you live in an especially windy area, it may be best to buy a wind chime, so you don’t risk creating a mess with broken bottles.