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Home Projects: Playhouse

Home Projects: Playhouse
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Finally, he added some playful, breezy touches, too, such as a homemade rope ladder and a picnic table beneath one of the towers.

“Nothing’s really perfect,” Svopa says. “But when you see it all together, it’s fun.” Mission accomplished.

Cost

About $200 for lumber, swing seat kit, rope, and bolts

What Do You Like Most?

“I got to use my vision–it’s fun to do work like this,” says Svopa of his backyard creation.

Which is to say, he’s not done with the project. Coming soon: a rock wall for his three adventurous kids.

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