It's great when kids lose themselves in their imaginations, so what could be better than choosing a secret place for them to have amazing adventures with our range of kids playhouses? Our selection of quirky playhouses features designs ideal for use indoors and outdoors so that their mind can literally take them anywhere!
We know it's not actually called a tent, but to your child, that's what it will surely become. Our Mocka Minka House will provide that perfect relaxation space, their own corner away from the world. It's durable - well we know it would have to be - thanks to its cotton canvas construction. It's really easy to put together and just so safe to use! If your child loves the idea but likes to feel comfortable in their private corner, then all you need to do is add one of the matching floor cushions. They're what you might call child-sized, allowing them to snuggle and squiggle in comfort as they play, read or even doze. The truth is, even bigger kids, often called mums and dads, have been known to use them to get some much-needed shut-eye too!
Taking the idea of young imaginations being set free a stage further, we also have the uniquely designed and affordably priced Mocka Art House. Easy to construct, your young artist can be free to draw, paint and scrawl to their heart's content to create their own secret cubby home. Who knows, when they become a famous artist in the years ahead it could even be worth a fortune - or not! Our pair of playhouses and comfy cushions would make great gifts for that grandchild, or a friend or relative's son or daughter. They'll surely love it, and you might even be given the honour of joining them in a secret adventure there - or at least outside if you can't squeeze in.
These amazing playhouses can be a youngster's secret hideout. What isn't a secret is our commitment to finding and offering fun furniture designs and making sure they are always available at affordable prices to our many Mocka customers throughout both NZ and Australia. Now, can you just imagine your little one's eyes light up when they see their new 'home'?