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Nothing takes a child's room from mundane to magical like a tented ceiling. Who wouldn't want to snuggle up in a cozy nook like this one? This white is beautiful for a little girl, but intermixing a colored fabric would be fun too. For an adult room, there's nothing more romantic that layers of tented fabric. It makes even a small space feel open and airy.
A patio is wonderful, sure, but adding a cover creates an entirely new realm of décor options. While even outdoor fabrics and rugs don't hold up to rain, wind and sun over time, a tent adds protection and options. An outdoor space is also a great place to take chances with vibrant colors and furniture that you wouldn't necessarily want to commit to indoors.
Tenting outside is the perfect way to add an outdoor living room to a home's square footage. Fresh air and comfortable furniture make this a wonderfully livable spot. Adding a fire pit makes it enjoyable year-round.
What an incredible way to create an outdoor dining area, no construction required. The architecture of this cover is incredible, making it much more appealing than a plain old ceiling. A built-in, outdoor kitchen would be amazing in a space like this — entertaining wouldn't even have to involve the indoors at all.
While a solid color can make a space feel warmer and smaller, a light stripe can make the ceiling feel as if it goes on for miles. A chandelier is a glamorous way to attract the eye to a focal point. This one's color is great, but for a more subtle look, plain crystals would be beautiful too.
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