31 Ways To Make Your House A Kid’s Paradise

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This family’s home is a great example of how to bring outdoor recreational activities inside. 11. A mullet of a room. level-architects.com

The fun to be had in this house is almost overwhelming. Check out this post to learn how to make an indoor climbing wall. The pairing you never knew you needed. 21. Balls! Swing and watch TV at the same time. 10. 29. Last but certainly not least: Don’t forget a seesaw. Gymnast in training. thecraftingchicks.com

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Here’s how they did it. 28. Simple. Frolic! 14. Or a little lofted hut. Make sure to lay down a rug for a gentler falling experience. A cute little cottage equipped with a quick escape route. Play! Books and a slide? 23. 18. Now you can use that knowledge to construct a wall that leads to a hidden nook. No yard space? Forts don’t necessarily have to be perched in trees. No problem. 9. frameweb.com

30. Get out that energy, kids! Too lazy to put together a bunch of pipes? Level after level of fun. 17. Effective. Posted By MMK on Nov 26, 2014 | comments

1. Just try not to think of the pain that would ensue if the netting gave out. Much more enjoyable than watching TV on the treadmill. 7. 5. Of course she’s smiling — she has a swing in her house for goodness’ sake! A choice well-suited for children who like to imagine that they’re elves and/or squirrels. When you make your own ball pit, you don’t have to worry about strangers’ germs. Blow up a pool. The slide isn’t necessary, but strongly encouraged. “He flies through the air with the greatest of ease…”

24. 20. The finishing touch for the indoor playground of your wildest dreams. Slide, slide, slippity-slide. You don’t even have to get complicated — plywood works. cupofautism.blogspot.com

Here’s how. But if you believe that the tree is a necessary ingredient, just bring a hunk of one in. Tire swing chic. “How shall I climb into bed tonight: the bars, the ladder, or the rope?”

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So many options. Maybe even a padded mat. The cheapest, easiest way to bring a piece of the playground indoors. 22. dwell.com

26. Sayonara, chumps.

Updated: 26.11.2014 — 13:50