See a Dr. Seuss-Inspired Playhouse Built for Kids

A father hires his architect son to build a whimsical playhouse for the grand-kids to enjoy when visiting. It all started at a dinner table, when Richard Fulton proposed to his son, architect Ramsey Fulton, that they build a backyard playhouse for Ramsey’s young children and his siblings’ children to use when they visit their grandparents’ house in Grand Junction, Colorado.

Now, three years later, the finished playhouse stands in the same spot as the playhouse that Ramsey and his siblings had enjoyed when they were young. Inspired by Dr. Seuss and all things kid-based, it includes features such as a rope swing, a fire pole and even a room sized just for kids.

 

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