A childhood dream comes true for Brian Kelley of Florida Georgia Line, when he 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 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.
Along with Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard and friends and family, Brian and Brittney broke in their new creative space with a summer party and said they look forward to unwinding from their life on the road by harmonizing with nature up in their treehouse.
“I could not have asked for a more enthusiastic reaction,” Nelson said. “I’m honored to get to play a part in giving them a space where they can turn up the music and set down their roots, well, in the dirt.”