Florida Georgia Line are set to perform on Good Morning America tomorrow morning where they'll make a big announcement (shhh … they'll be announcing their new album name and release date). Then tomorrow night, Brian Kelley and his wife, Brittney, have their backyard transformed into a Nashville-inspired treetop retreat and recording studio. The newlyweds and their new treehouse will be featured on Treehouse Masters on Friday, August 15 at 10:00 p.m. EST on Animal Planet.
Kelley, who is a fan of the hit show, was beyond excited when tree house builder Pete revealed his creation to them. “It’s breathtaking! Just a dream come true for both of us,” Kelley said. “We are blown away.”
Pete and his team worked for several weeks to create a two-story, cozy sanctuary for the Ormond Beach, FL native and his wife. The rustic hideaway, located on the singer’s 32-acre Nashville property, connects to the main house via a specially designed, 30-ft. bridge that runs along the platform where the couple got married. The house features a fully-functional recording studio and vocal booth, sleeping loft with a circular bed that sits on a custom-made, whiskey barrel frame and a living room and kitchenette accented with local Nashville relics.
Pete also surprises the couple by adding a unique feature to the house made of planks from Brian’s first-ever childhood tree fort in Florida and a custom dog house for their new puppy, Smoke.
Now, thanks to our friends over at Animal Planet, we now have your first peek at the cool project.
How much fun would it be to have a huge tree house like this on your property?
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And here's some video from the episode. Again, Brian's episode of Treehouse Masters will air on Friday, August 15 at 10:00 p.m. EST on Animal Planet.