Tree Hut made completely of wood found in skips within walking distance from my studio. Including a staircase and floorboards from a Victorian house conversion.
Tire Climbing Tower - Blessings Overflowing
Do your kids love to climb? Then they would enjoy a tire climbing tower. You can make one from old tires by following the instructions found in this post.
30 Mud Kitchen Ideas for Kids - 1001 Gardens
Mud kitchen (also known as an outdoor kitchen or mud pie kitchen) is one of the best resources in DIY projects for kids to play outside as kids playhouse.
Agility Trails for tourist destinations | wooden play by Caledonia Play
Agility Trails for tourist destinations including camp sites and caravan parks | Wooden play equipment designed and built by Caledonia Play.
A children's garden in the making
With all the rain we have been having many projects have been halted, so we decided to get started with one of the children's areas that we hope to create. As you can see below, the area already had a basic tee pee structure but had otherwise been abandoned. I needed a place to plant my cucumber seedlings and the tee pee seemed a perfect place. This together with a wild climbing spinach that we had growing in a different, less ideal, location will create a lovely shaded hideout for the…
Wooden Agility Equipment for Schools and Nurseries | Caledonia Play
Wooden agility equipment for schools and nurseries. Choose from individual products or let us create an entire bespoke agility trail to suit your play area.
How to Set Up Natural Play Spaces in Your Back Yard
Recently, one of my neighbors sent out a group text asking if anyone had logs from cut-down trees for a friend who had some cool plans for her backyard. It immediately reminded me of the Natural Play Spaces series we did a few years ago and I sent it to her. Looking over it, I remembered how wonderful it was and wanted to share it with you guys with summer being here. I hope it inspires you to look at your backyard in a whole new way this summer! I've written before about how much I value…
Here's a shot of the treehouse we just finished* for our daughter Liberty. It took about three weeks, but most of the work was done over 3-4 weekend days. *as most of you know, a project like this is never "done"...the zip line is already ordered for phase 2.