Home & Living

Gone Glamping

We help you get hip to the newest outdoor trend.

If you’re more into the idea of the great outdoors than the buggy, dirty reality, then glamping is for you. We’re talking a staycation that’s easy to set up in the comfort of your own backyard, which means you can keep all your luxurious indulgences at your fingertips. And, just think, while you’re seriously not roughing it, there’s indoor plumbing only steps away. Grab your warmest blankets, grill essentials, and that book you’ve been dying to read, and treat yourself to a five-star camping trip in your own backyard. The best part? Wi-Fi!

Plus! Egan throw ($94) at Curiosity. Nito shaped tray ($79.95) at Williams-Sonoma. Mason jar ($12) at Trohv. Copper charger ($69.95) at Williams-Sonoma. Poofs ($49) at Ten Thousand Villages. Blue rug ($39) at Ten Thousand Villages. Two wire jars ($9.75) at Trohv. GSI outdoors enamelware coffee pot ($24.95) at REI. Striped pillows ($29) at Nouveau. Gray velvet pillows ($45) at Su Casa. Mad Mats outdoor rug ($55-135) at Mud and Metal. Hang Time low table ($65) at REI. Sacred sari throw ($79) at Ten Thousand Villages. Nito beverage-dispenser base ($49.95) at Williams-Sonoma. Gathered square pillow in port ($89) at Arhaus. Barebones forest lantern ($79.95) at REI. Floral arrangements by Crimson & Clover Floral Design.