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Crooked Playhouse Plans

Crooked playhouse plans for kids

The crooked playhouse is a 5′-5″ x 4′-2″ (1,66 x 1,25 m) simple wooden playhouse with a pitched roof, sloped walls, and windows on all four sides.

What will you get

Timber construction step by step guide

wooden playhouse for kids blueprints

Playhouse floor plans

Complete set of DIY shed floor plans (PDF): layouts, details, sections, elevations, material variants, windows, doors; CAD set included.


Complete material list + tool list

Complete set of material list + tool list. A very detailed description of everything you need to build your kid’s playhouse.


Kids playhouse plans

Crooked playhouse with 23 sq. ft (2,1 m) is among our most popular small house designs. If you would like to build a unique, fun playhouse for your children and not spend too much money on it, it is the right thing for you! The playhouse has a straightforward layout with one room and four walls, slightly sloped towards the outside, so the interior space seems visually bigger. You enter through the door on the front into this cozy little space with one or two windows on each of the walls. It is big enough for your children and their friends to play in but small enough to create a lovely homely feeling. Cross gable roof adds to the feeling of a sweet little house with its attic windows again on all four sides bringing even more light in. Plus, windows, doors and even the roof are all slightly tilted, and that together with bright colors and possible decorations, which you can add, results in a kids’ playhouse your children will love.

Construction PDF plans

The construction is not difficult at all, and with our detailed playhouse plans, almost anyone can do it. You can follow the step by step instructions precisely, or you can adjust the structure as you wish to get the kids playhouse of your dreams; choose colors you prefer, decorate according to your kids’ taste, put a little table with chairs, loads of cushions, or anything else inside, decide whether you wish to install the door and windows or create some cool frames and leave it open, you can even add front porch or loft, have it is outdoor playhouse or keep it inside, simply anything your mind can think of! There are no limits to your and your kids’ imagination, and if you check our references, you will see many examples of what beautiful wooden playhouse you can have. Your children will be happy and their friends too, we promise! If you feel like an elevated outdoor playhouse would be an even better option for you, check out our Lookout playhouse.


Total Floor Area

23 sq. ft. / 2,1 m²


5'-5" x 4'-2" (1,66 m x 1,25 m)

DIY Building cost



FREE shipping


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Playhouse Plans – Step-By-Step Plans

Playhouse plans, plans include free PDF download, step-by-step illustrated instructions, material list with shopping list and cutting list.

Playhouse Plans – Overview

Playhouse plans - front view.
Playhouse plans - side view.

Playhouse Plans – Material List

Shopping List

Shopping List

(material for door and window not included)


9 – 2×4 pressure treated – 8′

2 – 4×4 – pressure treated – 8′

2 – 3/4″ tongue and groove plywood – 4’x8′ sheet

Wall Frame

11 – 2×4 – 8′

9 – 2×4 – 10′

2 – 4×4 – 10′

1 – 4×4 – 8′

Roof Truss

5 – 2×4 – 12

5 – 2×4 – 8′

Exterior Siding

8 – t1-11 exterior siding – 4’x8′ sheet

Roof Deck

3 – 1/2″ plywood – 4’x8′ sheet


1 – 1/4″ plywood – 4’x8′ sheet


8 – 1×4 – 8′

2 – 1×6 – 10′

2 – 2×6 – 12′


3 1/2″ nails

2″ nails

1 1/2″ finishing nails

2 1/2″ finishing nails

roof felt

drip edge


Cutting List

Cutting List

(material for door and window not included)


2 – 2×4 pressure treated – 8′

7 – 2×4 pressure treated – 7′ 9″

2 – 4×4 pressure treated – 8′

2 – 3/4″ tongue and groove plywood – 4’x8′ sheet

Wall Frame

4 – 2×4 – 8′

18 – 2×4 – 5′

4 – 2×4 – 5′ 5″

4 – 4×4 – 4′ 11 1/2″

1 – 4×4 – 8′

3 – 2×4 – (cut to size for porch rail)

Roof Truss

10 – 2×4 – 5′ 5 9/16″ (30-degree angle cuts on both ends in same direction)

5 – 2×4 – 8′ – (60-degree angle cuts on both ends in opposite direction)

Exterior Siding

8 – t1-11 exterior siding – 4’x8′ sheet (cut to size)

Roof Deck

3 – 1/2″ plywood – 4’x8′ sheet (cut to size)


1 – 1/4″ plywood – 4’x8′ sheet (cut to size)


8 – 1×4 – 8′ (cut to size)

2 – 1×6 – 10′ (cut to size)

2 – 2×6 – 12′ (cut to size)


Playhouse plans - floor frame details.

The floor frame is built using 2×4 pressure treated lumber.

Cut two 2×4’s to 8′ long for the band. Cut seven 2×4’s to 7′ 9″ for the floor joist.

Assemble as shown on illustration above, nail 3 1/2″ nails through the band and into the floor joist.


Playhouse plans - 4x4 skids.

Cut two pressure treated 4×4’s to 8′ for the skid. Assemble as shown on illustration above, toenail 3 1/2 nails through the floor frame and into the 4×4 skid.


Playhouse plans - floor deck.

Attach the 3/4″ tongue and groove plywood floor deck, screw 2″ deck screws through floor deck and into the floor frame.


Wall Frame

Playhouse plans - front and back wall frame.

The wall frames are built using 2×4 lumber.

Front and Back Wall Frame:

For door and window details see:

Door Details

Window Details

Cut four 2×4’s to 8′ long for the plate, and ten 2×4’s to 5′ long for the wall studs.

Assemble as shown on illustration above, nail 3 1/2″ nails through the plate and into the wall stud.


Playhouse plans - right and left wall frame.

Right and Left Wall Frame:

For door and window details see:

Door Details

Window Details

Cut four 2×4’s to 5′ 5″ long for the plate and eight 2×4’s to 5′ for the wall studs.

Assemble as shown on illustration above, nail 3 1/2″ nails through the plate and into the wall stud.


Playhouse plans - raise wall frame.

Assemble the wall frames as shown on illustration above, nail 3 1/2″ nails through the wall frame and into the floor.

Do not nail the front bottom plate on door entrance, cut and remove.


Playhouse plans - porch frame.

Cut four 4×4’s to 4′ 11 1/2″ long and one 4×4 to 8′ long. Assemble as shown on illustration above using 3 1/2″ nails.

The porch rail is built using 2×4’s, measure, cut to size, and install as shown on illustration above.


Roof Truss

Playhouse plans - rafter details.

The roof truss is built using 2×4 lumber.

Cut ten 2×4’s to 5′ 5 9/16″ long with 30-degree angle cuts on both ends in same direction.  Cut five 2×4’s to 8′ long with 60-degree angle cuts on both ends in opposite direction.


Playhouse plans - truss, gussets.

Cut truss gussets from scrap plywood and assemble the roof truss as shown on illustration above using 2″ nails.


Playhouse plans - truss 24" O.C.

Install roof truss 24″ O.C.

Toenail 3 1/2″ nails through the roof truss and into the wall frame and porch frame.


Exterior Siding

Playhouse plans - t1-11 exterior siding.

Install windows, measure, cut, and install exterior siding.


Roof Deck

Playhouse plans - roof deck.

Measure, cut, and install the 1/2″ plywood for the roof deck. Nail 2″ nails through the roof deck and into the rafters.



Playhouse plans - trim.

Measure, cut, and install trim as shown on illustration above using 1 1/2″ finishing nails.



Playhouse plans, soffit details.

Measure, cut, and install the 1/4″ plywood for the soffit as shown on illustration above using 1 1/2″ finishing nails.

Roof Shingles

Playhouse plans - roof shingles.

Install roofing felt, drip edge, and shingles.

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31 Free DIY Playhouse Plans to Build for Your Kids’ Secret Hideaway

Have you ever imagined how cool it would be to have a secret hideaway when you were a kid?

Well, guess what, you kids do too.

Playhouses can be really fun for kids. They can spend hours playing inside it with their toys and friends instead of laying down indoors with the latest gadgets.

That’s a luxury these days.

Besides, building a playhouse is a fun woodworking project you can do with the whole family. So, if you’re looking for an easy project that can be finished in a weekend, this is it.

To get you started, we have a collection of 31 free DIY playhouse plans complete with pictures and step-by-step instructions to follow.

Let’s get started.

1. The Easy Indoor Playhouse Plans

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Does the thought of having to build a miniature house terrify you? I’d say you aren’t alone. And after this design idea, you won’t have to be intimidated by that thought any longer.

Because this playhouse has a very simple and unique design. But it is still outdoors and appears to be a fun and fashionable way for your children to enjoy the backyard.

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2. The Summer Reading Nook

playhouse plans

Is your child a book worm? Well, then reward that awesome behavior by giving them an outdoor reading nook.

And it can be accomplished rather easily with this great plan. Then they can decorate it and let it become their own personal space.

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3. The Princess Playhouse Plans

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This playhouse is absolutely adorable. If you have a little or girls that likes to pretend that they are a princess, then this might be something they’d absolutely love.

And it would certainly add a splash of character to your backyard. It appears to be rather detailed but if you are an experienced builder this might be right up your alley.

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4. The Cob Playhouse


Do you love the cob style house? Well, I’m personally a huge fan of it. I love how natural it is. And it looks very whimsical.

So if you love the cob style look then why not use that as your inspiration for a playhouse? With a grass roof and the natural appearance of it, your child is sure to feel like they are tucked out in the woods no matter where they are located.

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5. The Castle Fort

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Do you have a little knight that sits around your kitchen table? Well, if so then why not give him his own castle?

But I’m not talking about building him a literal castle. Instead, I’m thinking a miniature version as a play fort. That way he can run, play, and pretend all day long. I know my boys would love it!

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6. The Sleep-N-Play Clubhouse

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This is a really neat playhouse. It is actually an indoor playhouse. But that has its perks too.

And the main one is that this playhouse doubles as both a playhouse and a bed. So if you are thinking you don’t have room outside for a playhouse then you should really give this one a closer look.

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7. The Hideaway


This hideaway is so cool. They have it dressed in the photo like it is more for a girl. But it could easily be redecorated to suit a boy as well.

And this playhouse even has a slide as an optional exit. It appears simple enough to build too. So if you are looking for a neat project to build for your child then you might want to give this one a closer look.

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8. The Happy Treehouse

playhouse plans

This playhouse is actually a treehouse. It isn’t as extensive as you might think a treehouse to be though. Instead, it has a base that it is built on and a set of steps to enter it.

So if you want a playhouse that is a little different than the traditional style, then check this one out. The design is really cute. And honestly, I want one for myself.

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9. The Triangular Playhouse


This playhouse is very different. It is a triangle versus the traditional box-style playhouse. And the roof actually doubles as a door. Which is neat because it helps protect everything inside of it from the elements.

But what is so unique is that this playhouse is two stories. So it would be big enough to hold multiple children. But also very unique.

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10. Pallet Playhouse


Does the idea of having a playhouse sound expensive? Well, then give these plans a thorough glance. Because this playhouse is made from pallets.

And I can’t say enough about how great pallets are to build with. They are sturdy and inexpensive. So if you are working on a budget, don’t forgo the idea of building a playhouse. Just look for plans like this one.

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11. The Rustic Pallet Playhouse Plans

playhouse plans

The last playhouse I showed you built from pallets looked like it would be perfect for a girly-girl. But what if you have boys or a girl that doesn’t love the color pink?

Well, you look at this playhouse! It is made from pallets. And is a little more open than some of the other playhouses shown. Plus, it looks like a simple build too.

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12. The High Top Playhouse


This playhouse looks like a lot of the traditional style playhouses. The main difference is that this playhouse is off of the ground.

So if you have a child that would like to feel like the ‘King or Queen Of The World’ then give these playhouse plans a closer look. It looks like most children would really enjoy this playhouse.

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13. The Dollhouse

playhouse plans

If your children like the idea of having a portable playhouse, then this dollhouse could easily be for them. It would take a little handier work to create this dollhouse, though.

So if you are someone that likes to build smaller projects. Then this might be a good fit. And your child would hopefully enjoy having a handmade dollhouse that they could carry around with them.

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14. The Log Cabin Playhouse


I love log cabins. So I could only imagine how thrilled I would’ve been as a child to have someone build me a log cabin playhouse.

And if you or your child love log cabins (or Lincoln Logs) then they might enjoy this playhouse too. Plus, this site says you can build it for under $300!

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15. The 1950’s Pallet Playhouse


Did you ever watch ‘The Wonder Years?’ Well, I was a huge fan of that show. And as soon as I saw this house it reminded me of a house that you would see in the suburbs around the 1950’s or so.

So if you’d love to build your child a classic style house as a playhouse then give these playhouse plans a glance. And it can be built from pallets too which should help decrease the costs of the project.

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16. Playhouse With Slide


Remember how awesome it felt as a child to have a place that was all yours. I know I felt like that over my old swing set.

So how much cooler is this playset that it has an attached slide to it? I think most kids would really enjoy this playhouse if for no other reason that it was their very own space.

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17. Playhouse Fort


There is something fun about being in a playhouse that’s high above the rest of the world as a kid. You feel like you are in a land all your own.

And that is what makes this playhouse so special. It’s the fact that it’s a fort with cool entrances and exits which creates a fun space to let your imagination run wild.

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18. Pirate Ship Playhouse Plans

playhouse plans

This playhouse is awesome! Who wouldn’t love to have this large play space that looks just like a pirate ship.

And I don’t think it matters if you have boys or girls. I’m almost positive either gender would love to have this pirate ship as their own.

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19. That Saloon Inspired Playhouse

playhouse plans

Do you have a child that likes to pretend that they’re a cowboy or an old west sheriff? Well, if so then you’ll definitely want to check out these playhouse plans.

And what makes it so cool is that it is designed to look like an old west saloon. So if your kids are fascinated with the wild west then this could very well be the playhouse for them.

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20. The Shed Playhouse Plans


I have a special fondness for this playhouse. I think it’s because my great grandmother had a tiny shed this size in her backyard.

And I played in there a lot as a child. So from my experience, this looks like a really awesome playhouse. And I hope your kids will have as great a time in their playhouse as I did in my great grandmother’s shed.

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21. The Wendy House

playhouse plans

I learned something when I saw these playhouse plans. I had never heard of this style of playhouse referred to as a ‘Wendy House.’

But that is the proper name for it. And basically, it is a playhouse that has some feminine characteristics. So if you’d like a more feminine playhouse then this might be a good choice for you.

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22. American Gothic Playhouse Plans


This is a beautiful dollhouse. If you are a fan of the gothic style, then you will probably adore this design. It actually reminds me of an old country church.

So if you are less about a modern design and more about bringing back the older designs then you’ll definitely want to check this one out.

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23. The Wooden Playhouse


So let’s say you aren’t a pro at building. And you really just need a simple design with simple materials that you can try to take on.

Well, this is a basic wooden playhouse. The design appears easy enough. And with some help, you could probably have a successful build.

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24. Malay Style Playhouse


I’m not foolish enough to think that everyone who reads this blog lives in the south (like me.) I know a few of you lucky individuals have to be living the island life somewhere.

And with that in mind, I bring you this beautiful island inspired playhouse. It looks as though it would fit perfectly into your Hawaiian dream home. Or even in your backyard with a few plants placed around it.

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25. The Little Yellow Playhouse


I love this traditional style playhouse. I’ve always had a thing for little yellow houses. There is something about them that I find absolutely adorable and just very welcoming.

So it should be no surprise that I think this playhouse appears very welcoming to kids. It just looks like the perfect place to play an imaginary game of house.

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26. The Play Cottage


This cottage definitely caught my eye. It looks very simple to build because it is just wood and basic cuts.

But it is the little details that make it so special. I love the wooden picket fence. It just looks like a place that kids could gather and have a great time.

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27. PVC Pipe Fort


This fort is so neat. You can set it up inside or outside. And you can use any kind of material you want to cover the outside. Which means it can be as unique as you want it.

But what is so awesome is that this fort looks so easy to build. So even if you think there is no way you can build anything, you need to check out this plan.

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28. The Indoor Playhouse


This design is so cool. And honestly something I probably would have never come up on my own. So kudos to the designers!

But they built a front porch of a dollhouse onto the front of a closet. And then the closet is the actual playhouse. I’m an adult and would love this as an intro to my office! (Just kidding….sort of!)

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29. The Kids’ Fort


When I saw this it instantly resonated with me as something my boys would love. And that we would probably build for them.

But what I love is how rustic it appears. And it looks like something you could be kind of rough and tumble in (which I assure you my boys would be.)

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30. The Cowboy Constructed Playhouse


I love the term ‘cowboy constructed’ and that is how the designer said they built this beautiful playhouse. They couldn’t come up with plans.

So they just went to the lumberyard and started building. And then went back and put the playhouse plans on paper after the fact so others could glean from what they’d done. I must say, they did a great job because this is a beautiful playhouse.

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31. The Designer Playhouse

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I’m going to be truthful. I wish I could make my house look this good. This playhouse is beautiful yet rustic.

And all of the beautiful flowers they have staged around it just send it over the top. So if you are looking for a simple design that will be welcoming to your kids then you should check these playhouse plans out.

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16 Free Backyard Playhouse Plans for Kids

Movable Playhouse

When Keith Singer planned and built a playhouse in 1983 as a fifth birthday present for his daughter, Stephanie, he cleverly designed it to be assembled or broken down in sections: floors, walls, ceiling, and porch. Stephanie and her sister enjoyed the playhouse through their teen years—during which they used it to hold sleepovers. When Stephanie grew up and had a daughter of her own, she moved the playhouse with her. So far the house has been moved three times and can be easily transported. It's currently at the home of a family friend in Kansas City, Missouri.

Measuring 8 feet by 8 feet with a 7-foot-high ceiling and 3-foot porch, the house can be customized for the tastes of your child and can be built as a clubhouse, fort, or playhouse. The downloadable booklet for the Moveable Playhouse is 30 pages and includes detailed sketches and step-by-step instructions to guide you through the building process.

Movable Playhouse Blueprints, $19.99, PlayhousePlans via Etsy

Sours: https://www.thespruce.com/the-best-free-playhouse-plans-2736307

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