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    Kids Room: Cool Kids Rooms With Play Tents Kids Playroom Decorating Ideas: 33 Awesome Kids Play Rooms With Play Tents

  • Botos

    diy, fabric pup tent. I would love to have something like this for her to have for sleep overs. Maybe something a little bigger and dramatically girly. But I still love this idea.

  • Jonathan Jay

    DIY indoor tent

  • Tennielle Press

    fun DIY kids tent

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    30 Simple Bedroom Interior Design Ideas Featuring Play Tents for Kids

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