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High/Low Wood and Canvas Camp Cots

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High/Low Wood and Canvas Camp Cots

Julie Carlson July 31, 2012

One of our favorite versatile pieces: folding wood camp cots. Here are three options:

Above: The Peter Hofer Camp Cot is an exact reproduction of the classic British army cot; it's made of solid rosewood with solid brass brackets and hinges, with a heavy canvas sling trimmed and reinforced with leather; €833.

Above: Designed by Danish engineer Ole Gjerlov Knudsen in 1962 as a camping cot for his son, the reissued Beechwood Folding Bed with linen flax and sisal rope is €345 at Manufactum.


Above: Byer of Maine recently reintroduced the wood and canvas Maine Heritage Cot; $99.50.

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