Being stuck at home by yourself can be difficult, to say the least! However, being stuck at home, with kids… well, that’s a whole other ballgame! With the pandemic, and its restrictions, still lingering on, people who have found themselves in quarantine with their children are finding that they’ve run out of inventive ideas to keep their kids entertained and happy. It’s understandable that kids have become increasingly bored and that parents have become desperate for new and imaginative ways of keeping their kids from climbing the walls! After all, there’s only so much time that coloring books and computer games can buy for a busy parent. That’s where IKEA Russia steps in and comes to the rescue! The retailer has come forward with an ingenious campaign called, Bringing Back Childhood Adventures Indoors!
The brainchild of an agency called Instinct, this campaign features a set of instructions (a blueprint if you will) on how to construct tents, castles, forts, and other awesome structures, all right in the comfort and safety of your own home. Sure to tap in to your own creative talents and pique the interest and attention of your kids’ curiosity and imagination, these cool forms are just what the Dr. ordered to help get you through this pandemic, with your sanity intact! Lighting, of course, is the key to most of the magic. For fanciful lighting use our battery operated Waterfall String Lights for an enchanting, fairy tale effect or for a more out of this world experience, our battery operated Space Projector Lamp offers your little ones a one way ticket to the stars! Along with this, use Gorilla illusion lamp to turn the boys’ bedroom into a gaming room.
Each blueprint is unique and comes with “easy-to-follow” instructions (of course, everyone is entitled to their own opinion, especially those who’ve tried assembling IKEA products before) that walk you through a myriad of ways on how to use simple, everyday objects, such as blankets, bed sheets, tables, and stools to make creative and adorable hideouts for your little adventurers! One example is Höuse, which requires the use of a table, two blankets, eight books, and ten laundry pins. Naturally, one perk of the provided instructions is that you don’t need to have IKEA furniture to make these structures. Any furniture or comparable items that you already have around the house will suffice.
Some Intrepid Architects Have Already Begun Construction Using The Instructions