Lidl have launched a scandi-inspired teepee play tent and it’s only £35

The discount supermarket is helping to make playtime fun and fabulous.

We bring you news of the amazing new kids range from this leading supermarket! If you’re looking for fun yet stylish children’s room accessories you will not want to miss the new Lidl Teepee Play tent and the wooden desk set – in stores now.

The new accessories are part of the latest ‘Kids’ Playroom’ range of middle aisle bargains. The Scandi-inspired collection is ideal to stir the kids creativity while adding effortless chic to homes.

While the range is available to preview online, it’s only available to buy in stores – with prices starting from just £19.99.

Take a look at the brilliant new children’s collection in stores while stocks last..

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The new Lidl Teepee Play Tent provides the perfect place for little ones to hide away for hours of imaginative play. The pleasing Scandi-inspired design features sturdy pine poles adorned with durable cotton walls and flooring.

The range also offers a selection of rugs and cushions, to add extra decorative flair to playtime.

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The on-trend grey fabric is jazzed up with a smattering of stars, polka dots and stripes alongside a roarsome lion illustration on one side!

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You needn’t worry if little ones are hiding away, the smart design features a small window for peeping inside – so you can check on them without disturbing the fun.

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Incorporate learning while at play, with the help of a practical desk and bench set. This design is simple yet stylish enough to welcome into the living room – if you don’t have a dedicated playroom.

The sturdy wooden set features tilt-able desktop, integrated grooves to store pencils and pens and detachable paper roll holder to make it easier for creative kids to get to work.

Both the desk and bench offer adjustable height settings meaning little ones won’t out grow it in a hurry.

From wooden kitchens to old-fashioned play tents the trend for less technology is shining through –  and long may it continue.

Words by Tamara Kelly. From our sister site Ideal Home