Building Tree House Tabs
Tree house tabs became an established style in America during the eighteenth century. The architectural principles governing the tree house are based on balanced proportions; plan drawings and facades these homes exhibit even and uniform sizes and shapes in both space and ornamentation.
Determine the material that you want to use for your construction. These can be clapboard or brick, although bricks are much more common. There are different patterns of bricks used for architecture. The Flemish bond is common, so is the English bond. Lay out floor plan. The modern tree house tabs consists of four rooms on the main floor: a living room or living room, an office, a kitchen and dining area. Lay out rooms so they form a square; room and office your living room are the two front rooms with kitchen and dining area occupying the two rear spaces. Include a central staircase.
Use the floor for bedrooms and personal areas tree house tabs. The master suite should be larger than the other rooms. Possibly occupying about half of the upstairs. Two bedrooms then flank the opposite side. Emphasize the symmetry of the architecture with door and window placement, and also with ornaments. Use a panel door and center it; Rise up the stairs with the doorway. The same number of windows should be to each side of the center of the façade.