Our wall tents are made with only the best and longest-lasting materials. All dimensions are possible – our standard sizes use the width of raw canvas as a guide, making them zero-waste. They come in three styles: Prospector, Historic, and Internal-Framed. Regardless of the style, we customize them as you would like.
The Best in a Classic Design
A favorite in the North for setting up sturdy base camps in the bush because they hang from frames built on the spot from available timber; no transporting poles required. They also don’t require staking, making them ideal for rocky or frozen ground. With a little bit of extra effort, they can also be very handsome, making them a popular tent style for glamping.
This style of Wall Tents are designed to sit on a free-standing frame built of lumber or metal tubing. They are best suited to drive-in sites or permanent basecamps due to the size and weight of framing material required. The inside of the tents feature reinforcements to prevent the frame from wearing out the canvas. Sewn Home can supply frame blueprints, however we do not manufacture frames at this time.
Standard lodging for many historical reenactors. They are correct for 17th, 18th and 19th century periods and are a nostalgic yet very functional option for many summer camps and glamping resorts. They hang on an internal wooden ridge pole supported by two or more vertical posts, while their walls are held up externally by shorter poles and guy lines.
For specs & pricing for Historic Style, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org