Bryce Shares Living in his Lotus Belle Tent

Bryce, from Living Big In A Tiny House, shares what the last 8 months has been like living in his Lotus Belle Tent. Bryce – and his tent – are in New Zealand on a remote property. He’s in the process of building a tiny house and this tent is his temporary tiny home.

He reports it’s been an amazing experience, but also share the challenges. Watch the video below and hear first hand what it was like to live off-the-grid in such a minimalist shelter. To follow all of Bryce’s tiny living experiences subscribe to his to the Living Big In A Tiny House YouTube Channel. You can see all his past stories at Living Big In A Tiny House.

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Canvas Wall Tents for Simple Living or Camping

Canvas wall tents range in size from about 8-10 feet wide and 10-20 feet long. They can be supported with a simple wood frame, steel poles or traditional timber poles cut down on site. The walls are typically 5-6 feet high. Some canvas tents are large enough to contain a wood burning stove and the canvas roof can include a hole for a stove pipe.” –Christina at Tiny House Blog

 

Wall Tents

In my internet travels this week I ran across wall tents and thought they looked like great low cost temporary housing solutions. I was especially interested in the little low-cost stoves they sell, but sadly they are not intended for indoor cabin use… just for wall tents.

Wall Tents