My name is Melissa and I am a brand manager, I mainly deal with our products that go into schools.
My Favourite Playhouse is the Octagonal Playhouse with slide PC080482. This may seem an odd choice for a girl, as the playhouse has a very boyish feel to it, especially finished in sadolin classic rosewood. You can just imagine a group of boys hiding out in it, plotting boyish pranks and playing hide and seek. However it is this boyish charm which I find so appealing.
When I was younger I was a tomboy. I loved playing outdoors, climbing trees and making dens. This Playhouse is perfect for a boy or a more adventurous girl. It really does resonate that exploratory feel, making it the perfect secret base, for any child to plan the day’s activities or hide away from “enemies”.
The octagonal tower shape and rosewood colour, make this playhouse look great at the bottom of anybody’s garden, especially nestled in amongst some trees. This playhouse has two windows on the ground floor and three windows on the first floor. The octagonal window is particularly good for peering out of and surveying the garden for approaching “foes”. Then if needed, they can make a quick escape out the door on the first floor and down the slide. This Playhouse really inspires adventure.
This Playhouse doesn’t have that stereotypical dainty playhouse look, but this is what makes it my favourite.
My name’s Zoe and I’m the office manager, I have been working at Playchildren Limited for 2 years. I’m a qualified accountant so I manage the finance and I also oversee the running of the office and staff.
This is one of my favourite playhouses pc120767, I love the apex roof and think the Playhouse looks like a quaint little cottage that I could see myself living in now, so I think that’s why I love it so much.
I love the fact there is lots of windows, with window boxes, and the stable door and scalloped facia add the extra detail.
I think the colours also work very well together, I usually like playhouses that have been painted in superdec white for that clean prestige look, but as I have said before this one looks like it could be a house so the colours work well. If I could add anything to this playhouse, I would add a chimney and a name plaque with ‘home’ on it and to make it homely inside I would wallpaper the walls, like this pink polka dot one, add some pink Gingham curtains, a foldaway table which I would paint white and have some magazines and have a vintage tea set laid onto the table. I would get some scatter cushions and a push light for that cosy feeling, to relax and hide away in the evenings.
This to be would be a great hideaway for any age!
I may even have a wine rack in the corner for a few bottles of Argentinian malbec and put some frames up on the walls of my, friends, family and favourite places!
I like this playhouse with internal 1st floor PC 050222 because of how realistic it looks from the outside through to the inside.
This playhouse has a central ‘dormer’ roof with a small window at the top which gives the effect of there being an attic and gives it more of a realistic look from the outside.
The windows and their positioning give the impression of four basic rooms and a hallway there on the 1st floor.
The stable door gives a farm house look. I like this idea because I love the cottage and farm styling as I live out in the country, the playhouse is just like a miniature modern cottage/farm styled house.
As for the inside of the playhouse the stairs is again realistic but in a miniature size. The 1st floor is small but still a perfect size for children to play in and the roof lights give further light into the playhouse; I think it’s great idea to gain more light in but it just gives the modern touch to it.
This playhouse does have the ‘wow’ factor as it is just so realistic and great fun for children.