It would indeed be fun to have something like this in the backyard! Kids would be very pleased to have one. And with the size of this playhouse, it appears that even adults can also enjoy it but I am not sure if one can climb the ladder and play on the net as well. But of course, it is still a nice idea to have this kind of play area outdoors. This way, kids will be encouraged to play in the outdoor area. This play house is designed by which looks really great for a cubby house. Instead of the classic design that we see in some areas, this one has a contemporary and modern touch to it. Do you like it too? Do you think you would have one for your kids?
The contemporary playhouse is covered in white slats. It also features round windows and doors that will give the kids a playful experience. It would indeed be nice to have round windows and doors, right? It is like something from a storybook!
The spectacular structure — scaled instead for his two-and-a-half-year-old daughter, Mackenzie — is the creation of Tyson and Audy Leavitt of TLC’s new series Playhouse Masters.
Today, we are going to feature a play house with a beautiful modern contemporary design. The project is called Vardo Hut Cubby. With the looks of it, Doherty Design Studio has raised the bar in terms of what a standard playhouse or cubby house should look like. For sure, you will agree with us once you see the play house below. At first glance, it doesn’t look a play house especially that it has hanging plants and the shape is queer. But as you look closer especially in the interior, you will realize that it is indeed a cubby house. Well, you will even be more convinced when you see kids playing around the area! Let us take a look at this unique play house below.
|Royal Avenue Theatre
My Name Is Rachel Corrie at the Playhouse Theatre in 2006
|Public transit|| Charing Cross; Embankment
|Owner||Ambassador Theatre Group|
|Operator||Ambassador Theatre Group|
|Designation||Grade II listed|
|Type||West End theatre|
|Capacity||786 on 3 levels|
|Opened||11 March 1882|
|Rebuilt||1907 (Blow and Billerey)|
|Architect||F. H. Fowler & Hill|
|Playhouse Theatre at Ambassador Theatre Group|