Check out these amazing double decker tree nests located on some unspecified person’s fancy estate in Long Island (of all places). Apparently, one of the owners, “John” had a “penchant for secret rooms.”
The nests were built from salvaged, old barn wood, and driftwood from the beach, that nest designer Mr. Romero, picked up while surfing. It took Romero 5 weeks to build the nests and cost the owners about $65,000. When completed in June, the owners celebrated with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, complete with champagne. You can read the NY Times article here.
Aren’t they just fantastic? I can’t help but mutter quietly to myself, “but, but… that’s not fair!”