Playhouse Makeover

by - September 07, 2020


Ever since my son got his first playhouse 2 years ago, I've been trying to give it a makeover and transform it into something even better. For the past couple of days, I was brainstorming how I wanted to remodel my son's tiny house, and thanks to Pinterest, I came up with several great ideas. Because I've been spending so much time at home, I finally had the opportunity to start working on this project. With the help of my team ( my son & mom ), we were able to tackle this project in less than a few hours. We had so much fun working on the playhouse and spending time together, that every second of it was absolutely worth it.






MATERIALS NEEDED:
  • 2 white spray cans for the roof and windows
  • 2 gray spray cans for the outer walls and indoor walls
  • 1 black spray can for the door and sink
  • Clear topcoat spray paint
  • drill or screwdriver

DECOR ITEMS:
  • Curtains 
  • Decorative sign
  • Plants or flowers


DIRECTIONS:

1.) CLEAN.

The first step is to peel off any labels/stickers from the playhouse. Which was easy to remove using soap and water.

The next step was to rinse and remove any dust from the playhouse.

With a towel, we wiped down each area of the playhouse to ensure each piece was fully dry.




2.) TAKING APART THE PLAYHOUSE.

After the playhouse was nice and clean, we took apart the entire house.






3.) PAINT.

Now for the fun part, I sprayed the entire house twice and followed up with a clear topcoat to protect the paint from chipping.







4.) PUT IT BACK TOGETHER.

Once the paint was fully dried, we put the playhouse back together again.




5.) FINAL TOUCHES.

Finally, to finish the tiny house, I made some curtains, added a decorative sign, and a plant.






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