Playhouse Plan / May 12, 2018 / Nicolette Sirois
They will take pride knowing that they are the ones caring for them. There is a porch which spans the front of the house and is covered so your children can sit on it even if its raining. A chimney and dormer windows complete this cottage playhouse adding that last realistic touch. This beautiful playhouse will add the charm you are looking for in your backyard. The wall panels for this playhouse come already attached with pre-primed siding. This means that all you have to do is paint it any color you desire.
Type Of Playhouse Basically you have a choice between wooden and plastic playhouses. Generally plastic ones are less expensive although you can also get wooden playhouses at about the same price range. But such wooden playhouses will require additional weather-proofing before assembly as well as periodic maintenance to ensure that it lasts. This means if you want to settle for a wooden playhouse there is more work involved compared to a plastic one. Of course a wooden playhouse may give you a more natural look and those in the higher end of the market can end up looking like a real home.
Some people like to move the playhouse in and out so that their kids can enjoy it the whole year round. If you have the same idea then you will also need to make sure that the playhouse is of the right size so that it can nicely fit into your living space. Height Of Playhouse Different playhouses have different heights. Some can barely fit a toddler while a few others can take in an adult with not much of a problem. Therefore consider the height of the outdoor playhouse before buying. If a playhouse has a low roof your kids might be bumping their heads against the doorway after barely a year.