Stop in at a charming little French cafe while walking your pet poodle, Fifi. Tres chic, darling!
Complete with chimney, this little house requires no glue or tape to assemble. It needs just pure imagination.
Designed to fit over a standard card table, this fabric playhouse can be folded up and stored away after a hard day of selling vegetables to the locals.
You can play peekaboo through the cute cutout peepholes in The Den.
With its curved roof that slots neatly into the cardboard framework, this cozy playhouse makes you want to snuggle up inside and read a book.
This mid-century villa is the perfect crash pad for your kids.
Kidsonroof keeps their playhouse modern and stylish with the use of curved windows and stylish graphics. It's great for the modern interior.
The Discovery Kids Cardboard Playhouse has decorative touches added to the exterior just waiting for the kids to make their own.
Think pink with this über cute playhouse. Little girls and boys will love to knock on that adorable door!
These clever boxes can be anything your kid dreams up. Each box comes with a booklet of ideas for what to turn the box into, as well as letter and number stickers, sheets of images to cut out and sheets of colored paper. Sticky-back Velcro strips to attach the images mean the box can change as regularly as your child's mood.
Blast off into space with this rocket-themed cardboard playhouse!
The Puzzle Playhouse would look stylish in any home. With large door and window openings, it invites children to play and explore in and around it.
All houses should have round windows. This playhouse clearly understands this important philosophy. Paint and decorate this playhouse, and recycle it when it's been thoroughly enjoyed.
To me, this pre-printed cardboard playhouse looks like a coloring book come to life. I just want to get out my markers and color it in!