An awkward corner of the basement is turned into a secret hideaway for the kids. To construct the teepee-shaped frame, two wooden arches, different sizes, but with the same radius are cut from plywood. Four equally-spaced holes are drilled along the face of each arch. The smaller arch is screwed onto the ceiling and the larger arch is fastened to the floor. Dowels are placed in the holes extending from the floor to ceiling to complete the frame. The structure is wrapped in screen and plastic packing bags. Finally, the cave comes together with gray fabric and felt vines.
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