Indoor Playhouse / May 26, 2018 / Nicolette Sirois
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.
How many times in a summer do you hear your kids say "Im bored?". To solve the boredom problem get a wooden playhouse so that your kids can have a more exciting and fun-filled summer. The best thing about a kids playhouse is that you can make it a family activity by involving your spouse and kids in choosing the playhouse location size style decor and even the color. Lets start with choosing the location of the playhouse. Your property lot size and space availability will generally determine where the playhouse will go on your property.
Thats good news. Getting Started - Make a Level Spot in the Yard Most playhouse plans start with choosing a good spot in the yard. That makes sense. This step seems to help set the stage for everything else that follows so it pays off to be careful and get this part of the project right first time out. Of course to avoid building a crooked playhouse Ill need to find a fairly level spot in the yard. This could be trickier than it seems. Even if I think a spot looks level chances are its not. I probably spend a good amount of time and energy just clearing and leveling a spot for the playhouse to sit.