TreeHouse

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TreeHouse in the Westgate Shopping Center. Photo by Kevin Benz
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CEO Greg King hangs a sign in preparation for the store's Grand Opening. Photo by Kevin Benz
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Marshall Pottery made in Marshall, Texas. "It's the only American made terra cotta pottery we could find." Photo by Kevin Benz
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American Clay wall coverings, made in New Mexico. Photo by Kevin Benz
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Green Water rainwater collection systems, made here in Austin. Photo by Kevin Benz
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The TreeHouse Idea Center. "Our version of the Apple Genius Bar," says Ballard. Photo by Kevin Benz
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Co-founders Kevin Graham (l) and Jason Ballard (r) at one the TreeHouse education pods. Photo by Kevin Benz
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Ballard points out the R rating on recycled denim (blue jeans) attic insulation. Photo by Kevin Benz
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100% sustainable cabinetry. Photo by Kevin Benz
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Zero VOC paint. Photo by Kevin Benz
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Modular housing sold by Sett Studio, an Austin company run by Austin Community College teachers. Photo by Kevin Benz
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TreeHouse makes going "green" incredibly easy. With a a warehouse builder's supply mentality, the TreeHouse folks provide building materials that are safer, friendlier and absolutely on the cutting edge of design. From clay wall finishes to 100% sustainable cabinetry, from the only American made terra cotta pottery (made in Marshall, Texas) to 100% wool (not chemical synthetic) carpet made by the last American weaver still using looms. You would think this stuff is crazy expensive—it's not. In fact, most of it will save you money in the long run, and it will certainly make you feel better about what chemicals you are putting into your home.

Progress coffee is in the house. When you go in, grab a cup of caffinated love from Progress as you shop. If you need help, the Idea Center is manned (womanned?) by Kathryn Anderson who owns a UT Master's degree in Architecture.

Address

4477 S. Lamar Blvd. Suite 600
Austin, TX 78745
512-861-0712

Hours

Open Now
Sun: 8 am-7 pm
Mon: 7 am-8 pm
Tue: 7 am-8 pm
Wed: 7 am-8 pm
Thu: 7 am-8 pm
Fri: 7 am-8 pm
Sat: 7 am-8 pm