18 Feb. 1977|
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The paint was from Dunn Edwards: Roof was "Louisiana Mud", playhouse walls were "Drifting" and then the white was a snow white from Lowe's. Hey Anna,just thought you might want to know, the sponsor link doesn't seem to work - I get linked to the image itself.Thanks for all the plans, I especially like the outdoor collection! Write these numbers down and then click over to the original deck plan and price out the deck with the original plan. With the stud length 2x6s being your cheapest option, the playhouse will have t sit perpendicualr to the deck boards instead of parallel. Thank you so much Ana for all the time and effort you put into creating those alternative options.
And it never occurred to me when I posted the plans for the playhouse deck that I had already built a very similar design.
So this is not how you would frame a window in a real house, but because our walls are only 4? tall and we’re just building a little playhouse, this will be plenty strong.
Now add the top and bottom plates to the window studs, and also screw the end studs to the top and bottom plates. My husband and I looked at the picture of the stairs to your adult playhouse and we agreed that it's just the sort of thing we need on our property (we're on a hill, too). To assemble the playhouse, from the insides of the front and back walls, use lag screws to attach the front walls to the end walls. I could never have considered talking hubby into letting me build the playhouse I have always wanted for my littles until you posted this. We have discussed, and even bought plans for other houses, and he was always so intimidated by the cost and the actual building process.
The Ball Wall was made out of plastic gutter pieces that I painted and we used practice rubber golf balls to throw into them.
Patio stones, cinder blocks or concrete piers (as Ana mentioned in the above comment) can also be used as your foundation rather than the beams.