Little Tykes playhouse makeover. Use primer first then you can use any kind Of spray paint and color you choose. I used A clear glaze as a top coat to protect from the elements.
We acquired a Little Tykes Playhouse from our neighbors to convert to a chicken coop. It's a work in progress and our chicks can't wait to get out of their temporary home. We also need to thank Hen House Rocks for the inspiration! This project took us longer than we anticipated, but the outcome was well worth it. If we had to do it all over again, I would be very careful on choosing the correct playhouse with less windows and gaps to figure out how to cover and fill. We could have had a wooden coop built in less time than it took us to retro fit this one in our part time hours. We were in no hurry and wanted to make the right choices because once you cut a whole in the plastic you were pretty much stuck with it, no turning back. It took much thought and many trips to the local building supply center to figure out what would work best for our situation. Best of all our neighbors have enjoyed watching their playhouse come to life as a new home for our girls. I give many thanks for my husband for taking the time out of his busy schedule to help me with this new hobby.