I wonder how you got to that result, what were the premises and what the steps ...
If the company sells tents and the final decision is to put a pictogram of a tent in the logo, there are at least three fundamental aspects as a conceptual level and they refer to the functional aspect of a tent, knowing that this will be a temporary shelter place:
I don't think any of these points is represented in the logo, unless they are tents for risk sports. At the level that it's now it seems more like a whimsical way of fitting a tent-like shape into a letter K.
My personal opinion is that instead of asking what the combination of the K and the virtual tent look, it's to elaborate a conceptual guideline for the new logo and start to create from there.
Actually you are lucky, the letter K itself is a formally settled character.
- Stable: has double point of support
- Firm: it's well seated at the base, nailed in the ground
- Safe: one of the few characters that simulate covering like a shelter