Privacy Pop Gives Users Alone Time Within Confined Spaces

 - Feb 21, 2012
References: privacypop & fancy
If you ever find yourself sharing a room, but wished for some solitary time, you need to get yourself a Privacy Pop. It’s essentially a tent that fits on top of your existing bed, but since it provides an enclosed canopy, users get to do whatever they want alone within the tent, devoid of outside distractions. It’s pretty much a godsend for college students wanting to get some much needed studying done without their roommates bothering them in their dorms.

Privacy Pop comes in two models that both look spiffy enough not to embarrass its user. Because of its dark material, it also keeps unwanted light out. Should you choose, Privacy Pop also has windows you can unzip in order to let natural light in. Who wouldn't want a room within their own room?