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Oobi Baby

Love the acqua bed with yellow and the pillow. Would look perfect on a nice white wall.

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10 of the Most Creative DIY Tents and Teepees

Patterned Tent

DIY: 3 in 1 Kids Play Tent (a friend made something similar, but used a piece of PVC pipe to curve at the top, drilled the ends into the wall, shirred the fabric panels over it, and used hooks to suspend it from the ceiling)

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A Teepee to Call Your Own (Black Stripe)

Everyone needs a little space just for themselves. These teepees are the perfect home away from home.

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A Rustic Chic Neutral Nursery

DIY No-Sew Tee-pee - such a sweet nursery addition that baby can grow into! #nursery #DIY

A teepee is the perfect place for a kid to play! A little one would love to hide inside and throw a tea party or build a city out of blocks. Or you could fill it with throw pillows to create a reading nook. It has windows to let in light! And when playtime is over, the teepee can fold up like an umbrella for storage.

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DIY: No-Sew Teepee

DIY No-Sew Teepee - perfect for the kids room or play room! | Project Nursery

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15 DIY Teepees and Play Tents Your Kids Will Spend All Summer In

Give your little one a place to adventure with these easy-to-make teepees and tents

Cape 27from Cape 27

DIY Play Tent

DIY Play Tent |

DIY kid's teepees-we absolutely need one in the family room, and I love the door on this one.

I made a teepee for my sons' room inspired by Land of Nod. Find out how here with detailed instructions and a pattern to make it yourself!

I've seen these all over Pinterest, but this is the first one that actually has the tutorial. Tent made with hula hoop and flat sheets...fantastic for kids room

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Brooke's Pink Sky Big Girl Room

We love this play space in a girl's room! The paper flowers and tassel garland add a touch of whimsy.

My boys would love a sturdy tent like this in their room. They are always making a fort or hiding behind something to have a special spot to read and color.... @Chad Luzier