Last winter, stuck inside for months and months while we waited for the sun to return to Alaska, Grace and I were really missing her original playhouse bed. Now that I blog, our spare bedroom has turned into my office slash room of shame and the only place we have for guests to sleep is Grace's bed.
But then last winter, Grace saw the Eli Fort Bed in Pottery Barn Kid's catalog and asked if we could build it for her.
When my dear friend Jaime from That's My Letter wrote me saying it was her Buddy Boy's turn to get a new bed and, I knew Jaime would get the bed done and posted and shared.
We worked on refining the plans, and you will thank Jaime when you build this bed for her brilliant suggestion to sister up 2x4 legs for added strength.
Well, if I haven't lost you already - no offense taken - Jaime really built an amazing bed! NOTE: Jaime recommends the following changes to the shopping list because her 1x6 board ran a little wide on the front and she wanted gaps between the wood slats.


For the window grid tutorial and lots other tips and construction photos please read Jaime's build post here. It is always recommended to apply a test coat on a hidden area or scrap piece to ensure color evenness and adhesion. If we have a heavy sleeper on a school day, or perhaps even sick kid, a parent might have to fit through that door, and 16" isn't very wide ( at least its narrow for me).
What about a 15 foot climbing wall or a fire pole?My children are still naturally able to climb, and helping them keep and improve this ability was a priority for my husband and I.
Every aspect of the treehouse, from the zip line to the slide to the monkey bars is strong enough for an adult to use.Risky?Some aspects of our treehouse would be considered risky. The climbing wall is at least that high and they could potentially fall from 8 feet or higher in a number of places. Boys should be allowed to climb tall trees and walk along the tops of high walls and dive into the sea from high rocks… The same with girls.


One side is a climbing wall and a climbing rope that goes to the top of the enclosed clubhouse inside.
There is a 9 foot speed slide that comes out of the enclosed building.The zip line attaches to the pine tree and goes to another tree that is over 150 feet away. To use the zip line, the children have to climb up, hold on to the zip line, ride it to the other tree, then run the 150+ feet back to the treehouse for the next person go. I’m interested in the natural stain – what brand did you use and where did you buy it?



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