A perfect reading nook for kids to curl up in.
Imagine the delight of coming home to find that your amour had constructed an enchanting tent for the two of you to eat, drink, play and tell stories for the night.
Give a fort in a bag as a birthday gift.
Cover a table with this homemade fort and let the pretending begin.
Create a special space for them to escape to that is just their own.
This little teepee is definitely worth the effort since it will probably get a good amount of use.
Take a bunk bed to the next level. Here you have a huge, blank space inside where your kids can help you decorate.
This charming playhouse even has a little felt garden.
The hula hoop tent is quick and easy to set up and can be taken indoors or outdoors.
Hula hoops come into action again with this gnome home.
Build a pop up home in your hallways with tension rods.
Build your own beehive inspired backyard playhouse.
Keep expenses low with a pallet playhouse.
Use an old playhouse frame as the base for a new home.
If you are feeling extra handy with tools, check out the steps for making this wooden playhouse.
Embellish your teepee by adding colorful ruffles.
Spend a day or two building this sturdy fort, complete with kid-size hatch, peephole and flag.
Keep costs low by making a fort out of tea towels, twine and clothes pins
A bunk bed fort that can be ready to use in no time.
Surprise your kids with their very own fort kits.
An ideal space for filling the evening with good stories and shadow puppet shows.
Use an old card table as the frame of this fun circus tent.
I love that this hideout blends into the surroundings.
A reading nook, puppet theater or teepee. The possibilities are endless.
Use bamboo garden posts to keep this no-sew teepee propped up.
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