The treehaus story
Treehaus started life as a pop-up shop in a vintage VW bus and has grown into a well-loved style hub in Los Angeles’ Atwater Village.
Purveyors of cool, Michelle Pedersen and Saralynne Precht, have channeled their passion for art and design into a kick-ass curated space. Their vibe is an eclectic mix of minimal, modern, bohemian and general fabulousness. Treehaus showcases standout small batch, local and independent makers with a focus on socially conscious and female designers.
Part of treehaus’ mission is to give back. To that end they hold bi-monthly art openings and contribute a portion of their sales to local charities. Michelle and Saralynne met at a therapeutic program for their children, who are on the autistic spectrum. Because the autism community holds a special place in their hearts, they started the “Atwater Cares about Autism” fundraiser. It takes place in April, which is Autism Acceptance month. The fundraiser brings the Atwater business community together to raise money for autism research.
Look good, do good, feel good…but be badass.
Saralynne and Michelle