Waldorf® Play Stand Arch

Waldorf® Play Stand Arch

Regular price $79.95 Sale

Our Play Stand Arch is designed to work perfectly with a set of two Play Stands. Together, they have been used for many years by Waldorf® School and others as a foundation for inventive play and learning. This product is also called a canopy arch, because toddlers so often sling a blanket over the arch to create a fort or play house.

Made in Denver, Colorado.

Features and Specifications of our Waldorf® Play Stand

  • Item #14
  • 56"H x 55"W x 39"D when measured fully assembled and with two Play Stands.
  • Made of hardwood dowels and Baltic Birch plywood.
  • Since we manufacture all Little Colorado products in our own facility, they start out as raw wood, plywood, or MDF. We can offer every piece unfinished at lower prices if you would prefer to stain or paint it yourself.
  • Available in Natural and Unfinished.
  • Assembly required.




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  • I bought this a few years ago for my preschool playroom. We LOVE it! We had a flood and it was taken apart by the construction workers. I cannot find the instructions to reassemble it. Also, I think there are wooden dowels missing now. I can only find 3 short ones and 1 long one. If pieces are missing is there replacement parts that can be ordered.

    Hello, Please send an email to Debra at debra@littlecolorado.com

  • Hi, I’m wanting to place an order for the Waldorf play stands and arch, but I wanted to first get an estimate for delivery time. I’m a teacher and desperately want them to arrive in time for the start of school. They would be shipped to my home address in Maryland. If you could give me a timeframe, that would be great. Thank you.

    It would be about 5-7 business days for them to ship and be delivered

  • Hi, I have 2 play stands in my classroom and would love an arch. How does the arch connect to the playstands? Concerned about diameter of pole that canopy would connect to.

    The arch connects using the upper dowel of each play stand. Here is a link to the assembly instructions of the arch to help better explain.