I would have gone crazy for something like this as a child. With just a little imagination this structure, essentially 3 pieces of wood hinged together on casters, becomes a play house, a fort, a puppet stage, or store front. The peek-a-boo holes and chalkboard paint are a nice touch too.
When it's not in use, it could screen off a messy toy area or it looks like it would fold relatively flat for storage too. Well, this particular rendition, the Biombo Kasbah
, is inspired by Moroccan Kasbahs and adorned with traditional Moroccan fabrics from the Atlas Mountain region and will set you back almost €400. This may not fit in with everyone's budgetary plans; I'm pretty sure there wasn't a line for that in my family's budget growing up, but with the right materials and a bit of know-how, this could make a pretty cool diy project too.