Help your kids go to bed feeling safe or enjoy your private laptop station and watch a movie in your private space with Room in Room. Just like the suggests, it is an indoor bed tent that will take your sleeping quality to another level altogether. This would be a great space for little ones. Children love small private space because they remember the time in mother’s womb and perhaps because the whole world is way too big for their little body. The distinctive design of Room in Room circulates the heat inside while blocking out the cold air. The large mesh on top constantly ventilates the air inside, keeping the air inside warm and fresh. They guarantee you a warmer winter with Room in Room. Unlike other indoor tent companies that use fiberglass poles, Room in Room is made by using aluminum poles. Aluminum poles are expensive for its strength and durability.
Room in Room – Add a Versatile Room Right onto Your Bed
Lucky me - I got Room in Room for Christmas after seeing it on Gadget Flow! The product description does focus more on use for children - but given that I am 51 years old - I am proud to say that there is no shame in wanting to sleep in a tent on your bed - as an adult! It is cozy and warm! During the day - if I'm in my room and want to read or do some work on my laptop - I leave all the windows open and use it as a canopy but it still feels cozy and comforting - especially now that it's winter. And - it really is much warmer with all 4 windows zipped up - to the point that now I am finding myself getting almost too hot at night and throwing off my duvet! This is with the heat turned off at night in my bedroom and a fan running as well. The few negative comments are: 1) the optional Laptop stand is meant to be attached at the end of the tent - so the end of your bed - meaning you would have to sit up crossed legged style with no support behind you on your bed to use it and it really is just not comfortable - at least not for me 2) there are no clips or straps to hold back the window's curtains when they are open so they either just hang there or you have to sort of tuck them into a pole. In the pictures of Room in Room on the website - it appears as if there may have once been a strap attached to the window to clip to a pole when it was open but they must have removed them with this newer model and 3) because my queen mattress is slightly larger than a regular queen - I have had to constantly adjust the tent to keep it even on all sides. Maybe if I had a regular sized queen it would fit perfectly - and probably would. Room in Room description says that the corners are "elastic' and can stretch but that isn't the case. And just within only 2 weeks of having it up - one of the corner poles has broken through the pocket it sits in as it appears that the only reinforcement of the corner pocket is an extra layer of fabric but it was still only just machine stitched closed with no plastic reinforcement at the end to prevent the pole from breaking through the seam. The fabric itself is a heavier clothing weight material - so not canvas. I think the material itself is great and works well overall - but as with most tents - the corner pole pockets have to be reinforced regardless. I have done a repair with duct tape and I have contacted IKamper (the maker of Room in Room) and they responded immediately and requested I send them pictures. I am hoping they will provide me with a better option of repairing the rip besides my duct tape patch job that may or may not last. So far - Customer Service is very responsive and the delivery - coming from South Korea - was within a week of ordering. Overall - I love my Room in Room and look forward to sleeping in at night and sitting in it during the day when it's snowing outside! Great idea!