Picked out what you want from our previous commentary on Tent’s, Tipi’s and Yurts? Great. Lets get back to our roots here on Circa Design and return to design ideas. You’re going to need to outfit your base camp, which means getting the basic furniture and trapping of civilized life in and about so that you can actually enjoy your backyard retreat.
Lets stick to the bare necessities. Start with a bed, maybe a lamp or two and some chairs. Nothing too fancy. Hanging out in your backyard does not need to be a work of art and you don’t need to stress over this. Remember also, that most camps out in the Savannah are not permanent anyway, so make sure the furniture can either be easily moved and stored during crappy weather season or it’s chunky and rugged and doesn’t need to be moved.
Note: When we say that most camps aren’t permanent, we mean that they are broken down seasonally, but they don’t move over time, any platforms and bigger structural pieces stay in place. For what it’s worth, just thought we might try and clarify that.