A showstopping paint treatment! The circus-like stripes here put a brand new spin on what usually involves clowns, tightropes and tiny cars. Sure, it's common to associate circus tent stripes with yellow and blue color schemes; however, the black and white gives it a classic, designer spin.
A little bit scared of using a bold print as your bedding or on the walls? Pelmets are an excellent way to bring a dash of print into a space, sparingly.
Come on down! Pelmets installed on taller ceilings are an excellent trick to making vertically superior spaces a bit more intimate and grounded.
"Glamping" has become big for summer. The term refers to designer-grade camping activities. By simply adding some decorative touches to otherwise utilitarian or recreational structures, it takes the "I'm scared bugs and bears will eat me" aspect out of camping, replacing it with "Can you please pass the imported jams to Bitsy over there in the supper quarters?"
Glamping again. Creating zones inside a tented space, or yurt, truly makes the simple structure feel more like a home, albeit one with super-thin fabric walls.
Tent-ish delineation yet again! Mosquito net and acrylic sheer is a great way to add a layer of privacy in multipurpose spaces. To do this affordably, check out the sheer section of IKEA. Their white sheer is only $7.99 per yard; you'll need 3.5 yards per single panel width.
Yeah, not super tenty, huh? My point here is that delineation with fabric panels works wonders for separating spaces, even in only 75 square feet.