Playhouse Design / May 14, 2018 / Apolline Lajoie
But for playhouses that are in the more affordable price range plastic models generally have easier assembly and maintenance. Size Of Playhouse Before you buy an outdoor playhouse you will need to take into consideration the size of your backyard. If you have a small space then you might need to settle for a smaller playhouse so that there is still space left for other things. Furthermore if you are thinking of getting other outdoor toys for your kids you will also need to reserve some space for those. The other consideration is whether you would be setting up the playhouse indoor for those colder months.
The range of outdoor wooden playhouses from which to choose is enormous nevertheless there are a number of variables which could help limit that choice. One thing to consider will be the place where you will put the playhouse. Slap bang in the middle of the lawn or maybe round the back down in a hidden nook? The ground will have to be level and most often a firm base should be thought of. The next decision will be the proportions which is most likely influenced by the site and the access to it. Additionally the aspect should be considered - if the outdoor playhouse is going to be in the shadow of your fence or trees plus if it will make full use of summertime sunshine.
This summer its going to happen. Ive got plans to build a real playhouse in the backyard. Although my kids seem happy enough with the houses they make from cardboard boxes I want something that will last through the summer and hopefully next summer too. Plus I know the kids would go nuts to get a real playhouse this year. Ive checked out the ready-made playhouses that the big toy companies sell and boy do I really hate them. Aside from being pricey they just look trashy. Last thing I want is a big piece of plastic sitting in the middle of the yard.