Covid Marquees in the Home

When meeting up with friends and family indoors is not allowed, small marquees in the garden can provide a good and pretty alternative. And adaptable frame structures can slot into small and awkward places.

Marquees are naturally well ventilated. And if a tent can butt up against one or more walls, then the tent can have open sides for excellent air circulation. For the winter, you will definitely need a heater. Coats and blankets may also be a good idea.

Depending on the rules, a small garden marquee could be a good way to still enjoy a truly festive Christmas.

Contact us if you would like to find out more about a marquee for safer home meetups.

Temporary dining marquee – for Christmas?

Outdoor eating area covered by a marquee

A small marquee slots into a narrow space in the garden. The end facing the garden has a transparent wall. The roof is also transparent.

Festive and pretty inside the small tent

Festive and pretty inside the small tent. Definitely Christmas worthy.

Looking through a panoramic window into the temporary dining room tent

Looking through a panoramic window into the temporary dining room. The back wall can be left open of pulled shut depending on the temperature.

Daytime view

Daytime view. The sides are open against house walls allowing air to stay fresh.

Socially distanced wedding:

Socially distanced wedding marquee

This wedding from earlier in the year used a very spacious marquee for its 30 guests.

Fresh and pretty socially distanced wedding marquee

Fresh and pretty from the outside.