The cold winter months have brought most of us indoors, so unless your playhouse has heat you may have to get a little creative when it comes to finding a warm place for your child to play. Over the next few weeks I'm going to try to focus (as best I can) and pull together several indoor playhouse ideas. I've got a few lined up, but am always looking for more, so if you have a project let me know. Cotton Blossom of Wit Behind the Ears did an amazing job turning an unused room into a magical play space for her daughter in just four days. That's right four days! Wow! It's amazing what can be accomplished with a Christmas deadline. I've got a few pictures of the project here, but you really should check out the full story from the beginning here.
Details are what really make a space. If you're on a time line starting from scratch is not always the way to go. See what you have that can be reused or hit the junk/antique stores. A little paint and a lot of work can go a long way. Modifying the antique bed made it just the right scale for the playhouse. The tub was small to begin with...I don't think you can do much to alter one of those other than refinish it...no small task. Oh, one thing I would like to note, the table cloth is made of outdoor fabric (anyone with a child knows why this is a brilliant idea).