Unless you live under a rock, even if you’ve never watched their show, you know that this week, Jon and Kate Gosselin of TLC’s “Jon and Kate Plus 8” reality show announced their divorce after ten years of marriage. For those of you that live in New England, (or those that simply have a fondness for it), you might be more interested to know that their highest rated show to date also featured four custom-built clubhouses for the Gosselin’s eight kids by a Windham, Maine based company called Kids Crooked House. Started by cofounders Jeff Leighton and graphic designer Glen Halliday in 2006, the idea was spurred by Halliday’s desire to get his kids playing outside, and drew inspiration from the asymmetrical styles and bold colors of current kids’ cartoons. The company uses materials exclusively from Maine, and their website even features a “Maine Clam Shack” design, in addition to a pirate shack, haunted house, a castle, and any other sort of playhouse you can dream up. With prices ranging from just under $2k to upwards of $5k, these designer kiddie houses might not be in everybody’s price range, but their regional location does not limit their sales. Kids Crooked House ships across the continental U.S. and Canada.