Here are a few different examples of tent layouts with different size tents to give you an idea of the different ways the tents can go up. Our tents can be joined to other tents to form different shapes, a longer rectangle (up to 10 x 30m or 20 x 15m) or even an L shaped tent, the options are endless.
Option A: Corners down / Sides up
Option B: One side down, 2 front corners down with option for a sidewall.
Option C: Corners down, sides up, 1 side partly down
Option D: 1 side down, 3 sides up with front corners up
Option E: 2 sides down
Option F: All sides & corners up
Option G: All sides up and off a wall / over decks & stairs – see more examples & info on how we attach to a wall.
Option H: 3 sides down
Attached to a Gazebo
Unusual Layouts / Stage layouts
By using extra long poles we can create a stage. These are a couple layouts we’ve done but there are lots of other ways we can layout a stage.