16 May 2017
May 16, 2017

Use Tension Rods To Create A Fort

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All kids love making a fort. A super easy way to make it happen is tension rods. Very few homes have a convenient little cubby like in the photo, however, the doorway into a kid’s room will work well enough for one tension rod and balance another tension rod across chair backs. Also, use bedroom door frames across the hall from each other to put up tension rods and string fabric to make a fort. Yards of inexpensive fabric can be found in the bargain section of fabric stores, so the kid’s can have their own fort decor. Have a circus theme, a pink glam theme or camo theme…get creative. Create a rod pocket to slip the tension rod through, leaving enough fabric to trail to the floor. Fill the fort with pillows and tots and let the kids have fun. Easy to disassemble.

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