Woman Creates Incredible Playhouse With Dalmatian Interior For Her Daughter
A woman has created an amazing outdoor playhouse for her little girl - and... are we too old to build one for ourselves!?
Katie Corry, 28, from Oldham in Greater Manchester, created the playhouse for her three-year-old daughter Mela, explaining it took just two to three weeks to make from scratch.
While the outside of the house is painted in a stylish grey hue, it also features an adorable white picket fence, white bunting and hanging baskets around the porch (yes, it even has a porch).
There's also a cute matching bird box and flamingo-themed wind chimes on either side of the front door.
The inside of the playhouse is just as magical, decorated with a Dalmatian print on one wall and painted golden crowns on the other.
There's also a toy kitchen - complete with sink, hob, oven and cupboard space - which overlooks the rest of the garden. And if that wasn't impressive enough, the house even features stylish laminate flooring.
Originally posted on Facebook's Extreme Couponing and Bargains group, the little house is furnished beautifully, with cute hanging decorations including leafy plants, shelving, pom pom bunting, a unicorn head, a soft fluffy rabbit rug and a pink squishy bean bag.
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And it even has Mela's name printed on the outside of the house. So cool.
Mum Katie - who created the house with Mela's dad Kaine, 30, told Tyla: "The house was made from pallets for the structural timbers and then we got the tongue and groove cladding for the outside, the decking and the little picket fence.
"Mela's dad, Kaine built it all - I just told him what to do and what I wanted! Then I painted it, made the door from dado rail and plywood, glued it all together and attached it.
"It took around 2-3 weeks from start to finish as my partner had to go back to work so I had to finish it. It cost us around £180 to build including paint.
'The inside cost me about £150, I made the shelves and bits myself and hand painted it. Mela loves the house, she's never out of it."
We can see why!
Featured Image Credit: Katie Corry