Looking for something extra entertaining to keep kids distracted and busy while staying home? Ikea has your back.
"#StayHome was the general slogan of this spring," said Ikea Russia in a press release. "Self-isolation and quarantine measures are ongoing. Parents no longer know how else they can entertain their children being stuck inside four walls."
There are six different models to choose from: a "massive" fortress, a "large" castle, a "classic" wigwam, a "cozy" house, an "unexpected" cave and a "traditional" camping tent. Each guide recommends using Ikea-brand furniture to make the structures, but it's easy enough to substitute whichever furniture and decorations you have on hand.
Just like regular Ikea instructions, the guides include step-by-step instructions and a list of supplies. Unlike the regular Ikea instructions, you'll be spending a lot less time working with screwdrivers and wooden pieces and more time draping blankets and propping up pillows.
The guides encourage homebuilders to share their end results on social media.