This year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show held from 21-25 May brought forth some of the newest gardening trends. Aside from candy-colored flowers and plants like African Daisy, there was a life-sized playhouse that caught plenty of attention. This playhouse was designed by Nadine Charlton of Wallgarden for her daughter Rose’s first birthday.
Measuring 10ft tall, this £30 000 (about $38,038) playhouse is designed to look like houses in her hometown in Stockbridge, Hampshire. It features a clay tile roof, a dormer window, a tiny beehive, wallpaper by designer Sanderson and even a child-sized Aga. The playhouse is big enough for adults to get in and interact with children inside.
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Nadine commissions local tradespeople to build such playhouses to customers’ specifications and due to their small size and temporary installation, they do not need planning permission. This life-sized playhouse is really cool and it will allow her daughter to explore different imaginary adventures.
There was also a prefabricated treehouse by Blue Forest on the show.