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Timberhome vs Wendyhouse - the difference
So what is the difference between a Timber Home and a Wendy House?
A Wendy house, playhouse or cubby house is a small private "den"
which children play in. The origin of the name "Wendy House" is
related to Wendy, the heroine of the popular children's story
"Peter Pan" written by Scottish novelist and play write J M Barrie.
It was the place in which Wendy gave shelter to Peter Pan and the
Lost Boys. The idea of a Wendy house is to encourage role playing
and imagination development in young children. See also jungle
gyms for kids.
A Timber Home or log cabin is basically a small house built from
logs, wood, timber, etc and has a variety of uses such as increasing
your living space, enhancing your garden, home offices, home gyms,
entertainment rooms, home cinema, garage, summer house, timber pavilions,
A Timber Framed Building differs from a Timber home because the logs
forming the framing and cladding are combined in the first two whereas
a timber framed building has a timber studwork frame which is then clad
with a thin cladding on the outside.