Imagine a funky teepee at one corner of your living room taking you back to the traditional era of living in small tents amidst the wild jungle. What’s more exciting is that your kiddies will totally adore it and spend the entire day playing, reading, and lazing around in their new little dwelling. You won’t even mind taking it outdoors for spending a starry night with your family. Just follow these super easy tutorials for building a teepee and get transported to a mystical land in minutes.
A rather simple teepee made from a white bed sheet and a couple of wooden dowels. Cover the floor with a cozy blanket and get in with your little one for a camp-like night indoors.
With a pretty teepee like this one, your kids will be swooning over the entire setup not wanting to go to their bed. How about placing some geometric patterns all over the tent with a circle sponge brush?
The perfect reading spot for children to curl up in during the winter with teddy bears and dolls giving them company.
The eye-catching colors and patterns jumbled up all over the teepee have an enigmatic effect. Whipping up this DIY project would only mean arranging different pieces of fabric and the rest follows.
Are you looking for an unconventional theme for your next outdoor picnic? Pitch this gorgeous teepee and add some fun and excitement to the family gathering.
The door opening of this black and white teepee made appealing with a zigzag stitch is going to catch everyone’s attention.
Create a remarkable play space for your daughter to escape from the daily routine life.
Check out the tutorial to make a teepee for your little cowboy and Red Indians fans at home. Doesn’t it make a wild statement?
Illuminate your princess’s abode with fairy lights and let her enjoy the winter nights snuggling in the teepee, reading storybooks.
All you need is some flabby upholstery fabric stitched together in a crooked manner to build this conical tent inside the house. If the plain white look does not impress you, then add some colorful designs with a brush and few cans of paint.
An outdoor excursion at the hilltop with family can be made even more fun by setting up a teepee in the open space and enjoying the serenity of the wild nature.
Planning to revamp your baby’s décor? Start with a marvelous teepee straight out of a history book. Hang a few tassel garlands and buntings over the top for some ornamental effect.
Throw some sparkling colors on the plain canvas teepee to create an abstract art. Do not be surprised if your child takes up a paintbrush and starts drawing on the otherwise dull-looking tent, bringing out the artist in him.
A great place within the house for organizing puppet shows and storytelling sessions when the kids are not in a mood to play outdoors.
A minimalist setup, you can cover the teepee with poms poms, fringe garlands and lights for a glamorous camping without stepping out of your home.
Bring the circus home with a mini tent having an adorable animal theme. Make it look more realistic with stuffed animal toys cozily nestling inside the teepee.
Now you have dozens of choices for doing an out-of-box summer project with your children. So let the unused spaces in your house pop up with these cute shelters that will very soon become a favorite hideout for the juveniles.
Published on September 13th 2015 by Michelle Anderson