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Enchanted Woodland Wall Tent






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Kids are always on the lookout for creative play spaces! We designed this Enchanted Woodland Wall Tent to accommodate both kids' and parents' spaces. Folded flat, it hooks to the wall and inspires adventures to take place around it. Unhooked, with the included plastic poles inserted, it creates a space large enough for 2-3 children to play inside.

Each nylon tent includes a solid front panel, happy appliques, side entries, two windows, and solid-wood wall hooks that can double as coat hooks when kids are grown (drywall plugs included). Adult assembly required. Imported.

• Nylon wall tent with side entries, 2 windows, wall hooks
• Folded flat, it hooks to the wall so kids can play around it
• Unhooked and assembled, it becomes a tent so kids can play in it
• Creates a space large enough for 2-3 children
• Great for small spaces, kids' bedrooms, playrooms, and more

For ages 3 and up.

49" x 28-1/2" x 43-1/4"

Cautionary StatementWARNING CHOKING HAZARD (1)
Not for under 3 yrs.

CAUTION - This kit contains sharp needles, pins and/or tools. Adult supervision is suggested.


Great Product but Measure It Yourself!

Reviewed on: 1/21/2015 5:25:00 PM

I quite like this product, and my daughter loves it. The quality of the materials is nice and matches the product photos from Magic Cabin. However, for the cost of it, one would expect that the instructions would be correct. The instructions state the you need to place the wooden knobs 12 inches apart from each other and measuring 44 inches from the floor. In reality, the knobs need to be placed 15.5 inches apart and 53 inches from the floor. Please correct this issue, I now have to spackle and repaint.


Take measurements yourself first!

Reviewed on: 4/10/2014 9:26:00 AM

Great idea for indoor play. My only issue is that we went by the measurements given in the instructions to place the screws in the wall. But the loops on the tent itself were not spaced evenly apart so we had to make new holes so the tent was properly hung. Plus the distance the directions gave for height of the wall screws was also incorrect. So initially the tenant was saggy. After redoing most of the screws in the wall, the tent was properly hung and a hit.