Little Clubhouse is the ultimate wooden outdoor playhouse for any child who wishes to be the coolest kid on the block. The unique design of this playhouse along with two floors provides an endless combination of make-believe games and has enough room to host amazing slumber parties. To earn the best parent award, order the Little Clubhouse DIY Kit and paint it with your kids in the together chosen colors.
- Inside dimensions: 6 x 7 ft
- House type: DIY kit
- Floor surface: 43 Sq.ft
- Roof area 91 Sq.ft
- Height: 7'6"
- Window type: plexiglass
- Windows: 4
- Doors: 1
- Roofing material is not included
- Age range: from 4 and up, with maximum weight 100 lbs
- 5 Year Warranty
* This DIY kit comes untreated. Photos with color are displayed as an example of possible color combinations.
Please refer to our assembly video for a practical demonstration.
Our DIY product range come with an easy-to-follow instructions manual and can be assembled without any prior-knowledge. In case you want us to assemble the playhouse, give us a call at 800-660-4430 or email us at email@example.com (additional fees apply).
We couldn’t be happier with the final product And the grands love it. We’ve gotten so many compliments.
But here are some cautions if you’re not experienced in construction. (We flip houses and it was tedious for us)
You need 3 drills. The hardware comes in a jumble. Invest a couple hours in sorting it and label with the letters from the parts list). Also, you’ll want to check your drill bits. It requires 3 different bits and some parts require more than one at a time. If you only have one drill you’ll spend a lot of time changing bits.
Inspect every piece. We had a lot of “forklift “ damaged parts when we opened the packaging. We only counted the pieces at the beginning then had a lot of delays while we repaired damage with wood glue and clamps. As we constructed we had a few boards that were not milled correctly. For example missing the grooves on one side or one end was still rough like the original log. We had to fabricate a replacement. I’m sure they would have replaced these parts but we found it all after we started and didn’t want to stop and wait. If you can’t fabricate, you may want to wait until the replacements are delivered.
Test fit a lot. It’s not clear from the instructions (no words) which edge should go which way—particularly on the walls. We put it together first with minimal screws and didn’t tighten until all the wall pieces were in.
There is no door knob. We ordered a 2 1/2” wooden knob from our favorite furniture restoration supplier. Again, not a problem, just a delay.
All in all, no regrets-just could have been a smoother, faster build.