This is an Indoor Treehouse we made in our house in South West London. It’s made from reclaimed barn wood by Brandler.london. The foliage I made out of old material I had knocking about, it’s basically a rag rug on the ceiling stapled to a wooden frame. There’s a trap door in the bottom of the tree house where you climb in. You can fit about 5 people in there. There’s steps up to a door that leads to a tunnel on the next floor up, this leads to a cosy secret room with a window. That secret room is also accessible through a mirror in the bedroom. It’s quite alice and wonderland. It’ll come in handy if we ever have to harbour fugitives. In the mean time the Indoor Tree house and secret room are actually really cosy spaces to hide away in when it’s wet and windy outside.
Huffington Post have a new website called Sourced and they interviewed Brandler.London’s treehouse for this website. You can watch the video here. It gives you a good idea of how the secret room leads down the crawl hole to the tree house. Great job Brandler London!! Love it.
Battery powered flower headdress
Battery powered flower headdress – lights
This is a Battery powered flower headdress I made for a festival. It is made from a shell base with jewels, feathers, fake flowers and fairy lights. The battery pack is really small and not heavy as it’s designed for a watch so it’s quite comfortable to wear. The heaviest thing is the shells. The lights make you really easy to spot and I managed to keep the group together at Houghton Festival, with the aid of my inflatable monkey lights too of course. Which was pretty handy as there was no phone reception. Trying to herd 20 or 30 cats at a festival at night without lights is a challenge.
So if any of you want me to make one of these for you, I’d be happy. Send me your head measurements and material and colour requests and I can make one bespoke for you. Prices start at £180 – £300. The battery lasts 4 days being on constantly and you can change them easily. It should see you through many festivals as this one is not very delicate and can handle being repeatedly swished into a ruck sack.