La Colombe x Oat Foundry Pillow Fort
When was the last time you built a pillow fort? The pillow fort has been a staple in living rooms across the globe for decades.
We collaborated with local Philly favorite, La Colombe Coffee, to design a pillow fort fit for an indoor adventure. Get creative, collaborate with your roommates, your children, and your spouses to build an epic indoor getaway.
Put on a pot of coffee, gather your blankets and couch cushions, and build your next livingroom getaway.
Adults may find this process of building and playing in a pillow fort extremely fun. Inner childhood imagination may be sparked.
Always use your imagination
Never say no to a design until you try it
Always involve everyone around you
Always make sure supports are sturdy
Blankets are totally allowed to be a roof
If it collapses, you’ll be fine. It’s a Pillow fort
Try the following to make the most of your indoor adventure
THE SCOUT’S TENT
The Scout’s Tent is a take on the American hiking classic. A rope tied to two trees with a large sheet evenly split across it.
2x Couch cushions
1x Large bed sheet
3x House plants
If no rope is available, you can roll up another sheet into a makeshift rope.
Use books or other heavy items to add extra support to the chairs.
SCOUT’S TENT ASSEMBLY
Place the chairs 8 feet apart.
Place one textbook on each chair.
Place couch cushions on the floor between the two chairs.
Securely tie the rope to the top of the chairs.
Place the large bedsheet on top of the rope.
Spread out each corner of the large bed sheet on the floor.
Place one textbook on each corner of the large bedsheet.
Place house plant A and B at one end of the tent.