Rain or shine, renting a tent is always a good idea for an outdoor wedding. Consider mixing both round and rectangle tables to maximize space throughout. Here, gorgeous greenery vines and illuminating bistro lights hang from the tent ceiling to bring maximum chicness to an otherwise plain space. Photo: T&K Photography
This tent is made luxurious thanks to the beautiful fabrics draped from the ceiling and over the bed. Patterns in the rugs, fabrics used, and pillows are mixed to create a sophisticated, yet rustic feel.
This little tent can go anywhere! We built this small-scale tent frame with simple garden trellis cut to the desired size. Connect the two pieces at the top with a couple of hinges to create an A-frame. Drape a colorful flat sheet or table cloth over the frame, then when it’s time to pack up camp, just fold it up for easy storage.
Whether you have a roommate who stays up late while you need to sleep (5 a.m. crew practice!) or you just want to disappear into your own space for a while, this bed tent can do the trick. It can also eliminate awkward “Next time, can you knock first?” moments.
Much like hosting a get-together at home, when setting up a dinner table outdoors, decide on a color palette and chose elements that require minimal fuss. Set up folding tables for the buffet station and dinner table.
The kids may not come inside all summer when you show them this delicious deck covered by an oversized tent. Twin beds paired with rustic nightstands will keep sleepyheads cozy while rugs, armchairs, benches and coffee tables provide every comfort to occupants when awake.
This play tent has the potential to be just about anything -- a house, a rocket waiting to be launched or whatever else the little ones imagine! Pillows and blankets ensure that it's comfortable inside if they want to nap after.
The perfect retreat for an imaginative, active little boy, this fantastic bedroom featured in the San Francisco Decorator Showhouse 2014 features rugged leather, denim, canvas and rope. Designer Regan Baker selected furniture, including a large-scale nomadic tent that is easily moved and rearranged to further encourage active enjoyment of the room.