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Wednesday Wants: Novelty Tents

I’ll start with a confession: I hate camping. But with today’s ‘Wednesday Wants’, I could be persuaded otherwise.

Despite the rather stop-start summer we’ve been having, I know lots of you will be keeping the faith and planning a staycation with schools now being out for summer and festival season still rocking on. So today, I’ve rounded up a selection of the finest novelty tents meaning that even if it does bucket down, you’ll be able to maintain a truly British sense of humour.

First up, pretend you’re in a (probably slightly drier) vintage camper van with this VW tent (£299 from Notonthehighstreet):

Or why not make like your picnic with this sandwich tent (£495 by Field Candy):

Or if you’re heading to Bestival in September (the fancy dress theme this year is ‘wildlife’), blend into the British wildlife with this animal farm tent (£495 from Field Candy):

For something truly spectacular, put yourself on the waiting list for Tentanic: at £7,500 it’s not cheap but you can guarantee you’d be able to find it in a field:

And lastly, tents needn’t just be for fields and campsites – why not put up a tent in your own back garden for occasions when someone needs to be sent to the doghouse (£39.99 from Amazon):

 

Author bio

Ellie can usually be found over at Something Nice Today, bringing you ideas for nice stuff to buy, see, wear, make, read or do everyday. You can follow her on Twitter @Something__Nice. Read more posts by .

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Comments (1)

  1. I am looking for a tent that looks like a travel trailer. Have you seen one? Thanks, Beth

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