6 Easy Ideas For Furniture Forts As Shared By IKEA, Perfect For Quarantine Boredom

by Shasta

Do you need a cure for your quarantine blandness? Look no further. IKEA Russia is where it's at, they're looking out!

What about wild rugrats for children? This is for you too. The retailer recently sparked a new campaign that aligns perfectly with the current pandemic we're facing.

The photo tutorials were created by a company by the name of Instinct, it's full of step by step instructions for building make shift forts in your home. Tents, castles, plain-jane forts, & plenty of others too.

Of course people raved about the idea, and some even started posting photos of what they've gotten the chance to make inside their homes. Remember folks. We're all in this together.

1. Behold, the Castle.

1. Behold, the Castle.

2. Allow me to present, the Fortress.

2. Allow me to present, the Fortress.

3. Perfection meets Wigwam.

3. Perfection meets Wigwam.

4. The ultimate House.

4. The ultimate House.

5. Hope there's a lake nearby, the Campingtent.

5. Hope there's a lake nearby, the Campingtent.

6. The isolation Cave.

6. The isolation Cave.

Clearly step by step instructions were created with the intention of being "easy-to-follow", (but we all know how those turn out sometimes.)

If you've ever tried to assemble a product from IKEA, you probably know exactly what's being referenced.

The very best thing about this specific campaign though? You can use whatever is available inside your home already. No purchases are necessary.

Just a couple of kids making memories.

Just a couple of kids making memories.
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A boy and his bunny, plus a fort. What could be better.

A boy and his bunny, plus a fort. What could be better.
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What a life to live.

What a life to live.
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Look at those climbers.

Look at those climbers.
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IKEA products even.

IKEA products even.

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I see where this comment is coming from.
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