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Fort using a tension rod in an unused corner.

Flickr Find: Handmade Play Tent

Fort idea for where the rocking chair is now in D's room. Use a tension rod between the furniture and the wall to create a fort. What kid doesn't love a fort? This would also make an awesome reading nook!

How cute is the little corner tent reading nook?! Could do a fort in grey for a boys room.

Love the corner reading nook option opposed to the canopy. Canopy can go over toddler bed and corner reading nook can have something more simple like this design

Shabby - декор со всего света

Whimsical Canopy Tent or Reading Nook made from curved curtain rod and ikea curtains - good idea for a kid bedroom

My husband and I made this for our daughters out of an old entertainment center :)  We took the glass window out, added a $25 Disney Princess mirror from Walmart that lights up and talks when you push the button on it. Then we used a $3 tension rod to hang the dress-up dresses on.  We painted it with a pretty pink mixture he made and it took 3 coats.  Then, he used small lights inside of it for added effect.  Very cheap & easy to make and out little girls LOVE it!

out of an old entertainment center :) We took the glass window out, added a mirror that lights up. used a tension rod to hang clothing on. add small lights inside of it for added effect. Very cheap & easy to make. great for teen girls.

Bookshelf Turned Closet:  This idea takes a bookshelf with a simple tension rod to create a pint sized closet for dress up clothes.

Creative Mama on a Dime: When a bookshelf isn't just a bookshelf--bookshelf as dress up station; as doll + clothes storage; as handbag storage.

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