In truth I can't see why it is so expensive Donna - you can get plain canvas Sunbrella for less than $10 a yard - I guess the frame would be more challenging but it isn't rocket science...Now where would we pitch it?
Love this! I am having a tent thing right now too!Last week I asked if we could set up a tent in the backyard and campout...Hubby said go for it but count me out for overnight!Oh well! I still love them and this one is super cute!
I love Anthropologie. Sometimes it's bananas bad (see above) and sometimes it's bananas good. But it's never boring.
I think we might know someone who could whip this up in no time! ;)
Ahh gosh, that's amazing! almost as amazing as the price tag. if you find anyone willing to make anything similar, see if they'd be willing to make me one too..?www.hollyetc.net x
Leave it to Anthropologie!
Ah, Anthropologie. Wonderfully inspiring, frightfully (and inexplicably) expensive.You're absolutely right -- a few canvas drop-cloths -- along w/a sewing machine and some bamboo poles, etc. -- would serve very nicely to recreate this sublime retreat. And at a tiny fraction of that ridiculous pricetag!
Oh my gosh...stopped me dead in my tracks. Awesome!!! My kind of tent!xoxo Elizabeth
Oh I love a good tent. Not the kind that you pick up at a trekking store but this kind that is built for dreaming.I spent many hours in a wonderful teepee tent as a young girl. I hosted tea parties for my barbies, friends and would lay around pondering life's great questions and mysteries. It was wonderful!There is a girl in Australia (Robyn) who makes wonderful teepee and playhouse tents. I am sure you could commission her for something like this. Her company is 'Banana J Creations' http://www.bananajcreations.com.au/about_me_22.htmlGood luck!xx C
So lovely! Reminds me of a Wes Anderson movie...
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