Summer’s Canceled, So We Built a Playhouse!

WARNING: proceed with caution. There are only about 55 thousand and a half photos of this dern thing.

Now that we’ve had that talk: hello, good morning! Playhouse deets are here at last!

Okay, most of them. This is the thing. Aaron made it up as he went along. But I managed to wrangle the material info from him and a loose how-to, so if all goes well, this post will be 5-8% percent helpful. Hooray!

It all started on a Thursday evening a couple of months ago when we were sitting out on the back patio, glass of wine in hand, reality of summer at home concrete in the brain, when I pulled up Pinterest on my phone and found a photo of an A-frame playhouse and gently asked, “So hey, could you build something like this this summer for me? I mean the kids? Me?”

Without hesitation, “Yep! I’ll start this weekend.”


So we (he) did.

So, for the deck he used treated lumber. And he said to tell you this, if you go with 8×10, you don’t have to cut anything. Ha! (He didn’t laugh, I did. But his face had a giggle in it when he said it, so I’m laughing in place in that hidden face giggle. Never mind.)

It looks like this.

Also I don’t know what treated lumber means.

You have to dig some holes in the earth where you want to legs to be. This is what he used. And this is what he says about it:

Posts = quickset concrete: instead of mixing and pouring, you can just dump the dry concrete in the 15-inch deep hole, and then use a hose to add the water.

Did you get that? We good? Okay.

And then he basically built a deck! This is what he said about that part:

Floor = premium cedar boards, they’re more expensive, but so pretty and less chance of giving the kids splinters. SISSIES. (<–I added that part.)

Sides of A-frame = just cheap 2x4s. 

He also said this:

This video made building and setting the deck in concrete a lot less intimidating:

You got that? We good? Okay.

So theeeen he built the sides, which creates the A-Frame, right?

This is what he said about that part:

This isosceles triangle calculator came in handy for figuring out angles I needed to cut (30 degrees at the bottom, 60 degrees at the top) – and to make sure the length of the sides/roof would match the 8ft-long polycarbonate:

You got that? We good? Okay.

The steps, dude, I have no idea. But it’s basic framework, and then reclaimed wood for the front with various shades, giving it a fun rustic cabin feel. At least in my head it does.

The sides (the MOST ASKED ABOUT) are polycarbonate. Clear, corrugated, sturdy, and I love it so. Remember we just used it as a roof to our pergola? Well I became so quickly obsessed I had to have it for this playhouse, giving it more a chic GREENHOUSE feel. And since I’m a British grandma hippie at heart, it only made sense.

That long skinny window in the back? Habitat Restore! I swear that place is a gold mine for thrifted finds for nerds like us.


The back wall is also cheap reclaimed wood from Habitat Restore. I lovelovelove the different shades of wood. Gives it so much visual interest and dimension, right?

And did I mention cheap? We are in a recession, guys.

Soooo this is where I came in. The styling, decorating, jushing.


I should mention before I go any further, we used this clear wood stain all over to protect it from weather. And it seriously works.

You got that? We good? Okay.

I wanted to keep the whole pallet very soft, very natural. Tones of blush, cream, tiny touches of barely-there aqua, a splash of mustard. You know. A bohemian fairy’s dream land.

The pillows – I’ll start with the cream floor cushions, they’re from Amazon. I adore the shape, the look, the color. I WILL say they’ve gone up in price since I ordered. I paid $35 each, so don’t get mad at me when you see the price now. Also, I sprayed them with a water protector! So if they get wet the rain just bubbles up. So glorious.

The white pillows on top with the little balls, also Amazon.

The paisley lumbar pillows next to them, thrifted!

And the mustard pillow is IKEA years ago before pandemic.

The rug is from Rugs USA! I LOVE it because it’s not stiff, but stays in place on the floor. I also sprayed this with the water protector. I’ll try and find the brand I used.

The size? 4×6. Not that you asked. But in your head you asked. I felt it.

I did add a little one panel curtain to create morning diffusion. (dang it went up in price, too!) That sun comes up and baaakes. So this helps add a little softness to the playhouse. Aaron just used little hooks to keep them in place. And I just like how it looks, duh.

Here’s the polycarbonate again, because I know it’s your favorite. (It’s overlapped, by the way. I’m sure you would know that, but just in case not, overlap them!)

We added ferns and hostas to the front to add curb (haha!) appeal, and little potted plants on the sides to sort of anchor but soften the look.

Oh – the macrame planters – also Amazon! (WE ARE IN A PANDEMIC DO NOT COME AT ME.)

Little baskets filled with art supplies, ya know.

Little blanket here or there, ya know.

From here on out it’s basically photos from every single angle. I WANT to apologize, but…

That Little Bo Peep metal rod? We’ve had it for years! Slung a hanging planter up there to add a little more whimsical garden charm.

Also, I can’t even talk about how cute Will’s going to be at 16. I can’t. Just look at those little legs crossed and that little casual glance. I can’t. I cannot.

The little art table is IKEA from years ago, which you already because you have it, too.

That back skinny window, it was simply meant to be. There is nothing better than that back skinny window, I sayeth.

Oh! The string lights – yes you guessed it, Amazon.

The Noah bell is Golden and Pine from a while back!

THE EAGLE, hahahahaha. Oh gosh, we’ve had it for over a decade. Thrifted in a tiny Arkansas town, I’m sure.

The top little COVER – yes yes. So, it’s a thrifted (Habitat) metal cover thingy. I have no idea what the word is, but it covers where the A-frame meets. Aaron doesn’t know the word either. We’re the worst.

I discovered that less is more with this playhouse. I’d wanted to with a zillion pillows and blankets, then realized I love the organic structure so much, that I pulled back and went with a simple desk, a few pillows, a rug, couple of plants, string lights, the end.

ALSO, I will say that for the most part, we bring the cushions up when we’re not in it. It’s honestly not a hassle, either. The kids grab two each when they want to play, and then bring them back end of day. Keeps the whole thing a little cleaner and less buggy. And you know me and bugs. C A N N O T.

But I mean, just look at that. I’m sure we’ll add more plants over time, tweak this little detail or that one. But I just love it much I can hardly handle it.

Here’s onnnnne more photo from this angle because I feel like you just need it.

And oh – the last comment from Aaron, once again:

Time saving tip for lazy people like me:Making the dimensions of the deck 8ft x 10ft meant that instead of cutting every single piece of lumber to size, I could just buy 8ft and 10ft boards, bring them home, and screw them into place. (Did the same thing with our pergola.) Ha! (<–he didn’t laugh. I did. But again, his face had that hidden giggle. Never mind.)

A grainy night view with the lights on, just in case your soul beggeth.

And that’s it! Our Bohemian fairy dream land playhouse. Let me know if I missed anything, or if you have any questions, or if you want to see more photos. Ha, just kidding.

I think.

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111 Responses to Summer’s Canceled, So We Built a Playhouse!

  1. Leslie June 23, 2020 at 8:28 am #
    Love! Love! Love! And one more..... Love!
    • Bev Weidner June 23, 2020 at 9:13 am #
      Thaaaaank you, Leslie!
      • Louise Fair June 24, 2020 at 7:40 pm #
        So, how much did the wood for the deck cost and could it be used as a normal deck if we added sides? I really love this, but, we bavea big olaybouse, seing structure and a bazillion toys. What we don't have is anywhere to sit lol
        • Louise Fair June 24, 2020 at 7:41 pm #
          Sorry for the typos
          • Patty January 26, 2021 at 2:59 pm #
            It look great! Something I'd like to have in my back yard! My hippy hut! What was the cost?
      • Lee February 4, 2021 at 12:35 pm #
        Looks great,I would like to build it as a greenhouse. I thinking of using old windows and put a front door of some kind. Love the A frame design. Thanks for the inspiration. Lee
        • Lynda Sanders July 23, 2022 at 4:19 pm #
          Loved it, loved your your whole personality....we could besties! " I just Cannot", is hilarious and I just don't say it nearly as much as I think it!!!...Can't wait to try my own!!!
      • Anonymous February 20, 2021 at 6:25 pm #
        That is the cutest play house!
    • Derrick April 28, 2021 at 8:59 pm #
      Awesome! What thickness are the 8ftx10ft boards??
    • Chip Bolman June 12, 2023 at 4:45 pm #
      I have found the playhouse for my granddaughters. Thank you for this inspiration.
  2. Meryl Carver-Allmond June 23, 2020 at 9:11 am #
    Will the ferns live through the winter, do you think? I've never planted them in the ground before, but they're lovely.
    • Bev Weidner June 23, 2020 at 9:13 am #
      These are actually in pots! But to answer, they'll die out at the first freeze, late October. Then I just store the pots over winter and will refill the following April!
    • Joy October 19, 2020 at 4:01 pm #
      I live in Washington State. If the ferns are established in the ground, they should make it through the winter. You do need to cut them back in March (?)...but, they will fully come back and look great! Or...since they’re everywhere in the woods, you probably don’t need to cut them back.
      • Angie May 14, 2021 at 12:18 pm #
        Love Love Love!!!! Thank you so much for sharing this! My husband is going to build one for our grandkids. One question is what does the back side look like ? Are there 2x4’s spaced to accommodate the different widths of reclaimed wood? Also on the back is there more of the polycarbonate panels? And the 2 white boards, did you just paint them white? Thank you again!! Angie
  3. Brooke June 23, 2020 at 9:21 am #
    I can’t get enough of these photos. LOVE.
  4. Aimée Wimbush-Bourque June 23, 2020 at 9:31 am #
    Gah!! Just so darling. I've Pinned this exactly 5,000x. Enjoy!
  5. Kathryn June 23, 2020 at 9:57 am #
    Your writing is so fun!! Your playhouse is beyond adorable!! Your kids are so so cute!!!
  6. Autumn June 23, 2020 at 10:23 am #
    so dang impressive how this all came together! and it's just so dreamy!
  7. Chelsea June 23, 2020 at 11:22 am #
    Um. Can I borrow Aaron for a weekend? Gonna need one of these ASAP.
    • CarrieP June 24, 2020 at 7:36 pm #
      This, exactly. I’m even in KC! It’s gorgeous.
  8. Karen June 23, 2020 at 12:05 pm #
    Love everything ?. Thanks for sharing the details!
  9. Dawn June 23, 2020 at 12:10 pm #
    This is SO SO CUTE!! I can't even.
  10. Diane June 23, 2020 at 12:29 pm #
    I LOVE it!!! Perfect little getaway!
  11. Trisha F June 23, 2020 at 12:45 pm #
    The absolute sweetest thing ever! XO
  12. Anonymous June 23, 2020 at 12:46 pm #
    So.... Ummmm...... Does Aaron have a brother? Asking for a friend....
    • Bev Weidner June 23, 2020 at 12:54 pm #
      Hahaha! He DOES. But he's 30. And lives in Japan. :)
  13. Dee @ The Kitchen Snob June 23, 2020 at 12:56 pm #
    This is great! Thank you for sharing.
    • Debi May 3, 2021 at 11:03 am #
      This is adorbs!!! LUVVV it! Did you put anything across th very top peak where the two sheets of corrugated meet to form roof- or is that slightly a gap- wondering if rain comes in at the top. I love this and wonder if it’s closed somehow if lights could be added!?! You have a dream spot! That would be my little nest when kids weren’t using it?
      • Bev Weidner May 3, 2021 at 11:41 am #
        Yep, we've got lights in there! And you'll see in the photos the little piece of metal at the top that keeps the rain out. It's covered! It's definitely my favorite place. :)
        • V April 22, 2024 at 8:00 pm #
          Aren't there raccoons where you live? They would adore this here. Squirrels?
  14. Jennifer June 23, 2020 at 7:39 pm #
    This is incredible, thanks for sharing!
    • Lisa December 20, 2023 at 10:00 am #
      Where did you get the skinny window? Love it
  15. Brigid June 23, 2020 at 7:40 pm #
    That is the dearest wee garden house!!!! Well done Team x NZ ??
  16. Christi June 23, 2020 at 8:35 pm #
    Ok, seriously. This is fantastic. I love Bev. I love the kids (Nat is my spirit animal). But I covet Aaron. I love how creative you guys are. But most of all, gotta love a guy that build the vision. Can't wait to see all of the pics of this being used in the future.
  17. Lindsey June 24, 2020 at 8:11 am #
    So ? awesome!!! And thank you Aaron for the deets ?
    • Allison March 17, 2021 at 11:07 am #
      Love this! We are thinking about building one for our kids. I'm curious how much it cost in materials for just the structure. Mainly lumber and plastic siding. I'm also wondering if you get leaks around the screws connecting the plastic siding to the frame. Thanks! Lovely photos.
  18. Bianca June 24, 2020 at 1:32 pm #
    LOVE THIS SO MUCH!!!! Do you have a how-to guide for your pergola too somewhere?? Thanks!!
  19. Colleen June 25, 2020 at 6:08 am #
    Ooooooohhhh, we have a pergola too and the polycarbonate is an interesting idea. We don’t use it as much as we want because indoor kitty SCREAMS at us when we are out there. Thinking about how to screen in the porch/pergola, this would let us use it in the rain. WHICH IS MY FAVORITE, BEING COZY ON A PORCH WATCHING THE RAIN. Ideas...
    • Sansaray October 23, 2020 at 10:59 am #
      I was thinking the same thing. We get a lot of rain here in a northern Ontario.
      • Sansaray October 23, 2020 at 11:00 am #
        *nix the a. Typo ?
    • Cassandra March 18, 2023 at 8:24 am #
      Has anyone tried to have a hook at the top for a ceiling fan ? I live in Arizona so we always need a fan option to maximize our months of use from September to April
  20. Tracy June 25, 2020 at 3:39 pm #
    I can't believe how awesome this turned out! Darling! I must know how Aaron knows how to do this and make it look so easy? Does he have an engineering background before his current career? Or did he grow up learning how to build? The both of you are so talented!
  21. Carly June 26, 2020 at 7:34 am #
    So cute! I love the greenhouse look! ? FYI, the little cover at the top is called a ridge cap.
  22. happy wheels June 30, 2020 at 1:54 am #
    Your share is the great knowledge I have gathered, you are an important person I admire, thank you
  23. Denise August 11, 2020 at 6:41 am #
    This is such a cute house. We making something similar to this for our children. Thank you so much for all the detail and pics. How do you close off the playhouse when it rains?
  24. Vids September 23, 2020 at 2:03 pm #
    Thank you for sharing, the playhouse is beautiful! How long did it take to build? Trying to convince my husband to do something similar and need to set expectations on when it can be done. Thanks!
  25. Joy October 19, 2020 at 4:05 pm #
    Adorable house!!! Thanks for sharing the ideas and tips! Great idea to use the plexiglass as the roof! We’re considering building a “Pandemic shelter” of some sort...need to have a light sheltered place to see our kids and grandkids during this pandemic...or just a dry outdoor space to hideout.
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  27. Joy November 5, 2020 at 9:55 am #
    Absolutely lovely, my grandchildren would adore it. Maybe in the spring. Thank you so much for sharing. Loved all the photos and was enchanted by the way you detailed it all. I had a good giggle too. Thank you! Let us know your next project! From Joy in the UK. Keep well and safe!
  28. Monica Malave November 16, 2020 at 10:29 am #
    Love it. May I ask an average of the cost?
    • Bev Weidner November 16, 2020 at 2:25 pm #
      Sure thing! The framework, wood, polycarbonate together ran roughly $1,300. Then all my embellishments were another $300ish! Hope this is helpful. :)
      • Christina Bou February 12, 2021 at 3:39 pm #
        It's absolutely amazing!! May I ask you how you protect it during the winter? Have you thought of ways to cover it or close somehow the open side?
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  30. Alghashiyah December 20, 2020 at 11:43 am #
    This is adorable you can change the theme up for the fall, Christmas etc. absolutely creative pics are beautiful
  31. Judy December 28, 2020 at 1:05 pm #
    This is an amazing post/lovely playhouse with all the right touches. Special family each and everyone of you. We all need an Aaron lol. Keep your fingers crossed and keep dreaming ladies.
  32. Brian February 1, 2021 at 12:25 pm #
    1) Do you think if you did it using 12ft clear corrugated & expanded deck bigger you could fit a queen size bed in it? 6’4” tall person stand in it? 2) is it loud in rain?
    • Jon Petitt February 4, 2021 at 6:43 am #
      This is going to be my project for my kids for this month and I’m definitely gonna follow your instruction here.
  33. Manila February 10, 2021 at 7:36 am #
    Beautiful! The pictures are great and by the way, the more the merrier. Thanks for sharing. Enjoy it!
  34. JC Smith February 22, 2021 at 9:05 am #
    I'm going to make this a backyard office and recording area. Can't wait.
  35. Joanne Miller February 28, 2021 at 2:58 pm #
    I have been asking for a play house for years for our grandkids. This is what I want!! How simple and yet so functional and super cute!! I love it!! Thank you for sharing this!! Those kids are darling!
  36. Michele March 5, 2021 at 10:38 am #
    This is absolutely amazing. Every detail! One question - what color of the "clear wood stain" did you use on the wood frame? When I click on the link it seems you have to select a color for the "transparent stain & sealer". I started sealing a little outhouse we made with a clear sealer but it has turned the cedar boards yellow.. yours seems to appear more clear!
    • Laura Pontillon March 12, 2021 at 4:13 pm #
      Bonjour tous est écrit en anglais je ne comprend pas tous Mais votre cabane est magnifique avez vous des plan C'est pour la taille je ne me rend pas bien compte du volume merci part avance
  37. Caitlin March 16, 2021 at 7:46 pm #
    Love the playhouse! Thinking about doing a similar one for our 3 girls. Is the size 8x10? also do you by chance have a list of materials for the deck and cover, not necessarily the back wall? Thank you for your help! Love it!
  38. Jane March 17, 2021 at 8:33 pm #
    what is the name of the rug please--I love it!
  39. Rachel March 29, 2021 at 8:39 pm #
    Hi! I absolutely love this!! Is there anyway to create a drawing of the dimensions ? Like right on one of your photos you could write the dimensions? Or make a parts list? Thank you.
  40. Joie April 24, 2021 at 11:08 pm #
    Just stumbled upon this. Oh my! It is so adorable and dreamy. I wish my house felt this lovely.Ha!
  41. Anonymous April 25, 2021 at 7:52 am #
    Beautiful! Thank you for sharing!
  42. Anonymous April 25, 2021 at 7:52 am #
    Beautiful! Thank you for sharing!
  43. celeb networth May 11, 2021 at 4:55 am #
    Wow! This is amazing! Love the work!
  44. Tanya May 19, 2021 at 8:26 am #
    Thank you for sharing. Like it a lot but there is one question that bugs me - doesn't it all get wet when it rains?
    • Bev Weidner May 19, 2021 at 8:52 am #
      Nope, it's covered! And you can see that it has that metal strip at the top to cover the gap. All good!
  45. Anne June 23, 2021 at 10:33 am #
    Hier, beautiful, well done !! 1 year à with rain etc how it is please ?
  46. lauren September 13, 2021 at 6:52 pm #
    hi, i really love this playhouse so very much. I was wondering if i could see more pictures... if it has aged well and still loved? I want to build it myself, not sure i can do it but this makes me want to give it a go
  47. Cheryl October 18, 2021 at 7:40 pm #
    Wow. So cool. I like your writing style and humor even more. Thanks for the smiles! Michigan, USA
  48. JOSE MORENO February 8, 2022 at 9:48 am #
    hi I loved your playhouse project and would love to build one for my you have the actual measurements of the playhouse and boards would love to have them, you can email them to me...again great job, looks very nice. thanks for sharing it
  49. Daniel February 9, 2022 at 8:22 pm #
    Hi, good job! Is the floor 8 W x 10 L? What about the distance between the floor and top of the roof? 6.5ft?
  50. Ashley May 14, 2022 at 12:33 pm #
    Hey, could you tell me how you guys attached the 4x4's lengthwise across the top of the deck, under the 2x4's of the a frame bit? Did you just use 5" deck screws with a pilot hole? thanks so much!
  51. Kor October 18, 2022 at 9:52 am #
    How is the poly cover holding up after 2 yrs. Any cracks?
    • Bev Weidner October 19, 2022 at 6:10 am #
      Oh, fabulous! Zero cracking. I had to power wash it this spring, but that's it!
  52. Michael Alberta May 2, 2023 at 3:53 pm #
    Beautiful project, you guys did a great job, hopefully ours comes out as good as yours. I am going to build this in our backyard, too bad there arent blueprints to it! I had a question regarding attaching the plastic roofing. Did you glue it to the framing or screw it down and if so did it hold up or did it crack easily? Thanks in advance


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