(In fact most comes from Forest Gardens own woods.)
(if you want to get technical.)
A hideaway retreat from those totally unreasonable parents !
It ended up with a most unusual colour scheme, although the rabbit and, for a short while, the guinea pig did not seem to mind too much. It fact as she got older it seemed to become ‘The Rabbit House’, he just roamed free and did not take that kindly to uninvited company (or toilet training !)
Forest Garden has a range of felt roofed Playhouses, and they are so, so easy to assemble, although a firm, flat base is a pretty essential starting point.
You can use your imagination, or be really brave and let the future tenants use theirs, to paint your Playhouse, as each comes fully treated in its ‘natural’ finish.
( I can see you smiling !)
It’s a roomy – if your under 9 or so – 1.58m high, 1.52m wide and 2.05 m deep, including the porch.
The two windows are glazed with Styrene, and the door is a ‘stable’ type.
Give them their own front garden, and how about a Sunflower competition ?
O.K. it was just a thought.
They’ll probably get down though, this Playhouse is just high enough to be exciting, with the 80 cm platform. Overall its 2.4m high, 1.31m wide and 1.96m deep including the ’veranda’
The ‘Dandelion’ has two Styrene windows and a ‘ full’ door with a magnetic catch. An absolutely impregnable hideout !
While the rocket ship on the door of the Starship Playhouse really will attract the future Valentina Tereshkovas, Sally Rides and Helen Sharmans!
Both of these playhouses are fully treated, but come in their natural finish so your little astronauts and gardeners can choose their own colour ( perhaps it’s best if a grown up did the actual painting though !)
They come in so easy to assemble kits, complete with felt, fixings and stuff. All you need is somewhere flat to build them.
They stand about 4’ 4” high (1.32m) and are about 4’ 3” Square ( 1.28m x 1.3m)
The glazed window is made of Styrene, and the hinged door has a magnetic catch.
(So they can’t lock you out !)
Although you could put the odd bolt on the outside........
O.K., it was just a thought !