Medieval Pavilions, as the name suggests that it must be taken from medieval ages or middle ages. Medieval Pavilions are the oval shaped medieval type tents which were used by generals and other warring heads in the middle ages. But now a day it is used for medieval re-enactment fairs. Medieval Pavilions are oval shaped tents. The roof of the medieval pavilion is made up of two layers. The outer layer is made up of water repellent cotton canvas in any dyed color with a lining of printed or plain cotton sheeting. It is constructed with all accessories or items such as cotton ropes, bamboo poles, wooden pegs etc.
Canvas marquee is a hut shaped marquee which is generally used for large gatherings, wedding parties, conference and fairs, etc. The roof of the canvas marquees is manufactured of highly qualitative two layer water repellent cotton. These are available in various natural colors with inner linings of printed cotton sheets. These are of various sizes which are constructed as per requirement. Canvas marquees are one of the types of wedding tents which is largely used for wedding parties and is constructed or structured as per client’s specific wants and requirements. The range of canvas marquees can be customized for various theme parties.
The other conflicting type of tent is canvas canopy. This is one of the type of garden tents. The garden tents are very suitable for different cocktail parties, dinner parties, which are generally hosted in garden for enjoyment purpose. Canvas canopy is a sunshade canopy which is erected on a collapsible aluminium pipe frame and is widely used in backyards and in swimming pools. The roof of this tent is made up of two layers, with white linings of printed cotton sheets. This canvas canopy is built in such a way that there is no centre pole and is available for full inner space utilization.Canvas Canopy are available in the sizes of 3m by 3m, wall 2m and centre 3m. A canvas canopy is a type of outer covering attached with the outer building walls. Actually canopies were first of all used by the ancient Egyptian and Syrian civilizations. These were called as woven mats that shaded market stalls and homes on those days. Now it is erected for party purposes.