July 2, 2012

A GLAMPING We Will Go... GLAMPING = Glamorous Camping


When you think of camping, do you think it's messy, dirty, uncomfortable, full of bugs and lacks any kind of luxury?  Many women I know don't care to go camping unless they are in a nice motor-home or RV and most would probably rather just go to a nice hotel or resort.  Well, I set out to show that camping can be very nice, in fact it was just the opposite of most peoples impressions of camping!!!   Welcome to our DIY camping/Glamping trip...









For our wedding anniversary we decided to go camping to one of our favorite spots in our local mountains, Lake Arrowhead.  

Loving decorating as much as I do, I can't just go camping, so we decided to go GLAMPING... which translates to Glamorous Camping.  For me "Glamping" means having all the comforts of home all around us and decorating our space with a comfortable homelike feel.  My must haves included a comfy bed with nice linens... also, both a shower and a flushing toilet within a couple minutes walk and restaurants in the area so we didn't have to do our own cooking or dishes... oh, and lots and lots of candles!!!

Above is a picture of our car at the site after we had already unloaded about half of it's contents.  I had it packed literally from top to bottom.  Seriously, I could not have fit anything else inside!!!  I had so much stuff packed and puzzled in every nook and cranny of our vehicle.  Luckily my hubby never complained and is fully supportive of all my decorating craziness :)

I am going to post allot of pictures so you can get a feel for what it was like actually being there.  I couldn't decide which pictures to post so I am going to share many.  If you like what you see, I would love it if you could PIN them and share them with your friends!
  

A few minutes after we arrived at our campsite, my hubby got to putting up our tent.  Below is a picture of it about 25 minutes later. 




 I had planned to hang mason and jelly jars from the trees with candles in them.  I used battery operated flicker candles since there were fire rules in the forest.  As you can see below all of my jars have wire hangars on them so I could hang the jars from the trees.  However, when we arrived I discovered that all of the trees were like 100 feet tall or more and I had absolutely no way to get them up into the trees, so instead I put them all over our site at different levels to add ambiance.  My husband actually went and found a tree laying on it's side in the forest and cut these stumps for me to use as tables.  He also cut us our own firewood... (I'm married to such a stud... lucky me!).


The wooden box below is an old grenade crate with rope handles that I found at a flea market for only $3.  I've since seen them for sale on ETSY and eBay for anywhere from $50 to $150... I so love finding bargains for just a few dollars!  I used the crate to transport all of my hanging mason jars and then was able to use it as a decorative piece at the camp site... love it!


This wall hanging birdcage was found at a thrift store for $3.  I painted it, added some nesting material, hung a few sparkling crystal prisms from it and popped in a couple of battery operated tea-light candles into it.  Since we were outdoors, I incorporated a few birdcages and birdhouses into the decor.



The weather was perfect and the view from our windows was stunning!


Having a bed off of the floor and having end tables when camping made it feel so much more like home!  And it's a ton more comfortable!!!  The wood end table on the left I found on clearance at Home Depot for just $11.  It folds completely flat which made for easy transport.  The little round table on the right I found at a vintage store.  It was originally black, but I painted it white for that shabby cottage chic look.

I made this battery operated chandelier from a birdcage that I found for $10 at Marshalls, a strand of LED lights, some nesting material and a couple of faux candles that were also battery operated.  I used to make and sell chandeliers via an eBay store so I already had a bunch of crystal prisms in my craft room that I decided to add hanging from it.  It added a touch of romance to our tent.  I really like the way it turned out.


Once we zipped up the windows we had complete privacy.




The entire campsite decor was initially inspired by this vintage wooden Pepsi box crate that I found at a flea market a few weeks ago.  I paid just $5 for it, and with it I was inspired to go with a red, white and blue theme.  Also being that 4th of July/Independence Day was close, I figured patriotic colors were appropriate.

Below is a wooden box that I added rose furniture appliques to and then I painted it heirloom white and distressed it for a shabby look.  I added mason jars to it to and used them to hold our designer plastic silverware (hehe)...


I loved lighting the candles and chandelier as the sun went down.  It added a warm glow and soft ambiance to our campsite. We were out in the forest with hundreds of huge trees and we had created our own wonderful romantic haven... It was our home for the weekend.  My  father said, "wow, so you can be homeless and still live in style".

The framed chalkboard was made from a vintage frame I found for just $2.  I painted the frame heirloom white and then painted a backer board with black chalkboard paint.  I love making my own chalkboards from inexpensive vintage finds!



The battery operated birdcage chandelier is something I will be able to use both indoors or outdoors in the future.  Since I used LED lights they put off good light and the batteries will last quite a long time.




Our favorite restaurant was only about 10 minutes away from where we camped, so the only cooking we did during our trip was make s'mores over the campfire.  We toasted/roasted marshmallows until they were oooey and gooey, put them between two graham crackers and added a square of Hershey's chocolate in the middle, waited for it to melt together and then happily indulged.  YUM!!!

I love this next picture of all the candles and the fire lit at our site.  I'm probably sharing way too many pictures but there are so many  I like that I couldn't help it!

Saturday afternoon we met friends at their dock on the lake, barbecued, boated and knee boarded.  Well, I didn't actually knee board, but I did live vicariously through those that did... lol.




As we sped around the lake we slowed down to see a few of the amazing homes that surround the lake.  This little mountain cabin is available for $16,000,000.  Okay, so it's a major mansion... but 16 million... That is crazy!!!  But I do imagine it has an amazing view.


I have always thought this next place was incredibly awesome.  It has a boat house directly under the house.  So very cool!
  
Lake Arrowhead has a village that has lots of fun shops, restaurants, a grocery store and more.  When you have a boat on the lake, you can take your boat to the village and dock while you shop, eat, stroll around the village and visit their summer concerts.  That would be so much fun... You would never have to use your car.  Imagine, just hop in your boat and run your errands.




Sunday morning we packed up our car like a puzzle filling each and every hole...  We had a wonderful weekend and are looking forward to going glamping again at the end of summer.

Until next time...
Happy decorating!

I am sharing this post at the following blog parties: 
Savvy Southern Style
Miss Mustard Seed
A Bowl Full of Lemons
Shabby Creek Cottage

85 comments:

  1. I'm speechless.
    That my dear, was amazing.
    I grew up not far from Arrowhead and Big Bear, love the area.

    I will be sharing this so everyone can see!!

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  2. You really changed the meaning of camping for me! It's obvious that you enjoy making things special. Thanks for sharing these delightful scenes. Gail (BibleLoveNotes.com)

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    1. I do enjoy making things special and I love creating memories. That weekend is one we will always remember :) Blessings!

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  3. Oh my goodness that is my kind of camping but one thing missing did you bring a lil potty? lol

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    1. Even though the campsite feels very much like you are in the middle of complete wilderness with nobody around you, we had bathrooms and showers within a two minute walk :)

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  4. I'd given up tent camping. This might just change my mind!

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    1. I could never tent camp if I had to sleep on the ground!!! But this totally works for me :)

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  5. Wow. This is awesome! I have never camped before (unless you count Girl Scout camping a million years ago)and have really had little interest, because, well, it's hot, buggy, dirty and uncomfortable. I could totally go Glamping though. Holy cow! Nice work. Found your blog over at the link party at My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia and I'll be following along for sure.

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    1. Our trip had perfect weather (mid 70's) and we saw very few bugs... I guess it depends on where you are doing the camping. Glamping was a blast! Thanks for following... I will come check your blog out now :)

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  6. Wow. Very nice looking, but I can honestly say that I don't think I would ever go to all that trouble and I know my husbnd definitely would not. Very cute though. :)

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    1. I actually enjoyed the process... and my hubby is totally supportive. I'm glad you thought it was cute :)

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  7. Wow I love this! I can't believe that great bed in the tent. I'm a new follower from a blog hop and would love if you stopped by to follow back at http://iheartpears.blogspot.com

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  8. I love everything! I have to ask though, what is your bed? It looks so luxurious.

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    1. Thanks! The bed is two extra long, twin, tall air mattresses placed together side by side. Normally if two people sleep on the same air mattress, when one rolls over the other person goes flying off (lol)... so by using two separate mattresses you each get a good nights sleep and they are very comfortable. They are made by Coleman and I got them about 5 years ago at Walmart for just $27 each. They are also good if one likes a firmer mattress and one softer, you just vary the amount of air you put in them :)

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  9. OH MY GOSH your tent is awesome love love love that you can take yours and use it outside of the backyard. All the decorations ;) my goodness I want this to be my next tent project only my other half won't do camping ;( What did you use to lift the bed off the ground? I live only an hour from Lake Arrowhead I want to go next time when it's not an anniversay lol...

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    1. Thanks Nicole :) The bed is two extra long, twin, tall air mattresses placed together side by side. Normally if two people sleep on the same air mattress, when one rolls over the other person goes flying off (lol)... so by using two separate mattresses you each get a good nights sleep and they are very comfortable. They are made by Coleman and I got them about 5 years ago at Walmart for just $27 each. They are also good if one likes a firmer mattress and one softer, you just vary the amount of air you put in them. The campground up at Arrowhead is called Dogwood. Maybe you can talk your other half into going if he doesn't have to sleep on the ground :)

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  10. Love, love, love, what you did! Too many pictures? NO WAY!!! I so want to try this...I have the tent and bed...now just to find the perfect place and weekend weather! Thanks again!

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    1. Thank you for the nice compliments Toni :)

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  12. Now that is camping I'd do. Excellent work!

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  13. Wow, this makes me want to go camping. You made camping so pretty now wonder you are calling it Glamping.
    Traci

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  14. Unbelievable! You make me actually want to go camping! Your campsite is amazing, so gorgeous, love all of the candles :)

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    1. Thanks Karen... Yeah, camping like this was super fun!!! I too love the candles!

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  15. This made me smile really big! We do the roughing it camping but I'd think I like your style a bit better!

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  16. What a romantic campsite! I love the bed. How did you elevate the air mattresses?

    Sharon @ mrs. hines class

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    1. I bought two extra long/tall twin air mattresses and put them side by side. It works really well! Blessings, Diana

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  17. Diana, this is amazing! I can't stop looking at your pictures! What an awesome way to go camping! I am your new follower.

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    1. Happy to have you Maria :) Thanks for following!

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  18. Absolutely Gorgeous!! I am camping next week, and you have truly inspired me!! I grew up in So Cal until 11 yrs ago. I MISS it everyday!
    Thanks for sharing! I am your newest follower :)
    Meegan @ What Meegan Makes
    PS-I pinned this, too :)

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    1. Welcome Megan... and thanks for the compliments!!! Blessings, Diana

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  19. WOW! Can you plan my next camp out for me please??? :) I just pinned this!

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  20. How fun! I love the concept of glamping, but I would NEVER be able to convince MY hubby to go along with it. Your guy must be a real gem. ;)

    Thanks for linking to Time Travel Thursday. Hope to see you again this week. Be sure to stop in tonight, and see yourself featured.

    Blessings,
    Liz @ The Brambleberry Cottage

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    1. Thank you for the feature Liz :) I really appreciate it!

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  21. I'm not a big camping person, but that actually looks like fun! My big question is how on earth did you manage to get a bed to a campsite?! :)

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    1. The bed is actually air mattresses... two extra long twin, tall air mattresses placed together side by side. Normally if two people sleep on the same air mattress, when one rolls over the other person goes flying off (lol)... so by using two separate mattresses you each get a good nights sleep and they are very comfortable. They are made by Coleman and I got them about 5 years ago at Walmart for just $27 each. They are also good if one likes a firmer mattress and one softer, you just vary the amount of air you put in them. We have an air pump that plugs into our cars outlet :)

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  22. WOW!! This is amazing!!! I actually do like to go camping, but glamping looks like even more fun :)

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  23. I see you've answered people's question about the bed, but haven't said how they were elevated?? Usually the mattresses are maybe 12 inches or so tall, but it looks like you have yours on something??? Just curious because I'm getting ready to go camping for the first time in ages and I hate that about the mattresses being on the ground.

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    1. They are double tall air mattresses. So you can see exactly what I am talking about, below I've given you a long data link which to the mattresses I used. Copy an paste the data below into your browser and then hit enter, amazon will pop up with the mattresses that I used. There was nothing else to elevate them... just these mattresses. I hope that helps :) Diana

      http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000HBILB2?ie=UTF8&tag=anyon08-20&linkCode=xm2&camp=1789&creativeASIN=B000HBILB2

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    2. Great! Thank you so much!

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  24. I love this so much! Thanks for the inspiration and I've pinned it! Can you tell me what your tent is? Also, if it had rained, would it have stayed dry?

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    1. We actually went camping in the rain with it a few years ago. When we got the tent, it came with a sealant to put on the edges to block any water from coming in, however we never put the sealant on. When we camped in the rain, the morning after it had rained all night, there were only two drops of water in the tent. We got our tent from Target and they still do sell it... here is the link: http://www.target.com/p/embark-9-person-cabin-tent-with-screen-porch-14-x15/-/A-11899627

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  25. This looks amazing! Saw this over at Hometalk and had to stop over to see more! I want to go glamping!

    blessings,
    karianne

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  26. It's Party Time over at Debt Free Mommy Blog and you are invited! Please come link up anything related to making your space better at http://debtfreemommyblog.blogspot.com/ and mark your calendars for every Making Space Mondays linky party. Hope to see you there! -Tabitha

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  27. fantastic post and Thanks for sharing this info. It's very helpful.
    b&b in jaipur

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  28. Great post ... I've camped for years but never so GLAM :) Are you are Northshore or Dogwood in Arrowhead? I've wanted to camp there for years, but always end up at big bear ...

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    1. We were camping at Dogwood. We go every summer at least two times. Make sure you book at least a month in advance because it fills up quickly... Blessings, Diana

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  29. Now that is camping I could handle. Love the chandy and all the candles. The bed looked fabulous. Thanks so much for sharing this at Wow. This is definitely Wow. I will be featuring this tomorrow night at Wow.

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    1. Thanks Kim for the feature :) I really appreciate it!

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  30. Wow. I have no words...I actually showed this to some of the guys in the office and they actually called it romantic.

    Will you please come camping with me next time?

    Can't wait to feature on tomorrow's Show & Tell Highlights. Thanks for linking up last week!

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    1. Wow... guys even using the words romantic (admitting it) is amazing :) I will be sure to pop over tomorrow and check out your highlights... Thanks for including me! Blessings, Diana

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  31. OMG! I gotta go GLAMPING! We love to camp, and we do take some of the creature comforts, but I can't say I've ever decorated with a birdcage chandelier! I gotta up my game! lol

    Loved this and I'm you're newest follower! Came over from Savvy Southern Style.

    <3 Christina at I Gotta Create!
    Wildly Original linky party is open.

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    1. Welcome Christina! Thanks for the follow. The birdcage chandelier was a new one for me too. You just never know where inspiration will come from! I will pop on over to your blog and follow you too. Blessings, Diana

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  32. Oh I could so camp like this!!! I am sending this on to a friend who is a tried and true camper. Our families are going camping this fall...what an inspiration for us!!! Thank you for sharing! Found you over at SSS Wow Wednesday!

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    1. Even decorating the campsite a little can make it so much more fun! Happy you liked it and feel inspired :) Blessings, Diana

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  33. Maaaaan, I tell ya, chick, I hate camping. I have a stud husband also even if he is 71 years old. But he even bought a pop-up camper for me and I hate it. We used to camp in tents when we lived in California but we're in Idaho now and much older. When it got wet in the storage facility this year I wanted to cry with relief! I thought, "Oh, good, no more camping." But nooooooo, Love Bunny had to fix the top part that leaked and order a new canvas as it was mildewed so bad it was beyond fixin'! Well, I may just have to tell him he can go by himself. Why would any sane person leave an air-conditioned house in the middle of a southwestern desert of Idaho (where we've lived since retiring) to go to a mountain where it's 85°?! Huh. I tell ya, camping will increase the divorce rate.

    HOWEVER, if I had a setup like yours I may consent to once every 5 years. Adorable, sugar, just adorable!

    xoxo,
    Connie

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    1. Connie, I love your post. You had me cracking up with laughter and smiling! I love that your hubby is still a stud and you call him Love Bunny :) I was thinking that maybe you should just tell him the truth, NO MORE CAMPING and that you either want a hotel or to stay home! Thank you for thinking this was adorable even though you hate camping!!! lol... Blessings, Diana

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  34. OMG!!!
    I absolutely LOVE what you did!
    Every little detail, amazing!!!

    I can only imagine some other couple
    showing up to pitch their tent! They
    probably packed up and went home!LOL

    YOU are sooooo clever, I want to do this in our
    back yard for our anniversary and surprise
    my husband.

    Wow. I am blown away!

    So nice to visit you through Kim's Wow Us Wednedays!

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    1. Alison, I'd love to see pictures when you do your Glamping in your backyard! It is so much fun!!! Thanks for the compliments :) Blessings, Diana

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  35. me too, me too!! I love it so much! was the bed an air mattress? two stacked up?

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    1. The bed was an air mattress. But it is just one solid extra tall queen size mattress... You can see it (get one) at this link: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00177BQJE/ref=as_li_tf_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=211189&creative=373489&creativeASIN=B00177BQJE&link_code=as3&tag=anyon08-20

      Blessings,
      Diana

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    2. Hi Diana, what a treat to come across this article. I love to camp and we always seem to really relax and get lots of rest when we go. I will have to get busy and think of ways to ramp up the decorating style next time we go. I love lots of candles too ! And the idea to get two twin size mattresses instead of one is perfect. I will share this with my friends that still tent camp. I am looking forward to seeing more of your posts. Lynne in Georgia

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  36. We don't use our tent very much because of the air matteress on the ground thing. We so have to get a air mattress/bed like yours. Maybe my husband would tolerate it more if we went glamping.

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  37. Wow, this is my kind of camping! Ever since seeing an article in Southern Living Magazine about "Glamping" I have wanted to do it. I grew up tent camping and loved it but my husband and I both are too set in our "girly" ways. You did an absolutely beautiful job setting everything up and looks like it was a real ball!

    www.itsybitsypaperblog.com

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  38. Meant to say that I was sharing this on my FB Fan page. Hope it brings you a few visitors.

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  39. Good gracious, you sure know how to clamp with a tent. It looks absolutely gorgeous. I have a 10 ft vintage trailer that is clamped out, but you have some ideas that I am going to try out. Like you, I use battery operated candles and lights. And my idea of camping is eating out too. blessings Paula Lusk

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  40. Wow! Wonderful post! I will definitely be sharing this with my camping friends!!

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  41. Love, love, love this whole Glamping idea! I could even go camping like this!!! You have great style! Hopped over from Wow Us Wednesday and I'm happy to be your newest follower. Would love to have you stop by for a visit! Blessings ~ Judy @ www.vintagestreetdesigns.com

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  42. WOW! I grew up with horses and we camped all the time. This is my ideal campsite. Way to go with this unique, stylish setup. I love it!

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  43. Linda Plasencia2/23/13, 3:09 PM

    Dear Diana, I'm already making the list of things to buy for our next glamping! We are from Mexico City and I'm helping a friend plan a "Camp party" for her boy and I'm so excited I came across all of your wonderful pictures. I'm doing a candy table and got great ideas from you. Thank you for sharing and your hubby is lucky to have you. If you do other special events, please share them with us. Linda Plasencia

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  44. Hi Diana, yesterday I went to Bed bath and Beyond trying to find thin rugs, pillows and something like the blue base you have in the tent on the right wich I think is a great idea because it decorates at the same time as works like a container to carry sheets etc but didn't find anything close to yours. For Easter I'm taking my boys to Miami and wanted to ask you in wich stores can I take a look? I think Crate and Barrel for the pillows but don't know for the rugs and the fabric container?. My boys had their first communion and I made them a blue candu buffet "Things I like"and I brought many things for it fron Marshalls Goods wich I just love and as you say have great prices. I showed your blog to my friends and we are getting excited to go out glamping all the families together! this is my email if you have a little time orienting me with the things that I'm looking for: lindapa@prodigy.net.mx thank you and have a nice Sunday, Linda Plasencia

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    1. Hi Linda, I buy most of my accessories at either HomeGoods, Marshalls or Ross. I like finding things on a budget!!! So although I love Crate and Barrell and Pottery Barn, I rarely actually shop there. My blue rug and basket were each from Marshalls. I hope that helps! Diana

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  45. this would not work anywhere i have ever been camping, there is too much dirt, everything would be dirty, not to mention i have a hard enough time fitting the necessities in my car i wouldn't have room for romantic candle light although i wish i did:)

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  46. So Amazing!! Thanks for sharing! I love camping..I've not been in several years..i'm afraid our gear will rust or rot before we get the chance too again. ;)

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  47. Wow! Simply amazing! I love camping. I've not done it in several years now though. :( I'm afraid our gear will be rotted by the time we do get the chance to use it again. ;) Thanks for sharing!

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  48. Wow! I'm impressed.. My husband and I have decided to start camping this year since we have 4 furry children and it's getting harder and harder to find hotels that will take them (even though they are better behaved than some children. lol). We have just purchased a two room tent and a tall queen size blow up mattress.. I never thought of buying 2 tall single mattress's though!!! I'm thinking that would have been much smarter.. I just may be sending this one back and getting two of the single.. You have awesome ideas!!

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  49. I thoroughly enjoyed your camping trip. I have begun a work in progress makeover on our camping trailer...wish I could say vintage, but it's just an ordinary pull behind. I would love it if you could hop over to my blog and give me some suggestions, particularly with lighting, since I haven't done anything with that, but also accessory suggestions. I have gone with a coastal/shabby theme, and it is at a "livable" stage with new bedding on the horizon. I'm following you and look forward to more amazing posts. Thanks for the fresh ideas here.

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  50. Just found your blog when I did a search for 'ways to decorate a tent'. Totally inspired! I found a mini battery operated chandelier at targe, which can hang in the backyard during the rest of the year. I have been building up my collection of candles in jars (which is not really a real thing, but my husband won't make me throw them out if I tell him it's a collection), which we use all over the campsite. I highly recommend buying a tent rug (I find great cheap ones at IKEA), welcome mat and a small broom and dustpan to keep the tent clean. I also bring an extra twin blow up bed that I cover and put pillows on so we have a 'couch'. We are doing a big 25 person camping trip on the Sonoma Coast for Memorial Day, can't wait to see how it all turns out! You have a new fan!

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  51. Love, Love, Love this!!! We haven't been camping in a while. I just found a tent at a yard sale for $35. Even if I don't go camping soon I love the ideas for decorating the yard for summer!

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  52. Very interesting blog….nice one…thank you..

    tent linings

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  53. Nice campsite--beautiful but entirely too much work for me. Tent camping, even in a beautiful one like yours, still means using the campground bathrooms and that right there does me in. Give me a nice hotel!

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  54. I love your setup! I love glamping! What kind of tent is that? I'm looking for a tent. I want 2 tents, actually. One for just me to be in, and a larger one for me and a couple other people to use. Your tent looks like a good size. And, I love all the windows. Thanks in advance!

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  55. What an inspiration! I was looking for glamping and I found it, I hope to take a trip with my girlfriends at the end of the year.

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I love all of your comments and I read every one... I'd love to hear from you!

Blessings,
Diana