The Urban Guide to the Countryside
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Wouldn’t You Though?

9 Aug 2015

There’s something lovely and old-fashioned about these gorgeous A-frame play tents that make me feel like slinging a blanket over a clothes horse (am I showing my age here?) but are much, much prettier.

Red tentThere’s even a pocket for your favourite ted — or snacks, or colouring pens, or whatever it is you want to keep in your tent.

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I came across these through local company Style and Source, who are based in Flamstead and have lots of drool-worthy home styling bits and bobs to choose from, and you’ll need to contact Style and Source directly to order them — they’re just £50.

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The tents are just lovely — and I know my littlest would be all over one given half a chance.  Well, all under one, I suppose.  They come in white, black, with stripes or (my favourite) red dots.  And, depending how widely you spread ’em — they have little non-slip rubber feet to stop them spreading too far — you can fit up to 4 children in at a time.  Depending on the size of the children, too, obvs.

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I just love ’em.  They’re fun, sort of vintage-looking — or vintage-inspired, maybe — and I reckon there’s hours of fun to be had in there for little peeps.

Black tent

styleandsource.co.uk

 

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