Guest Picks: Campin' Out
This vintage Girl Scout flag would be great hung above a bed.
This yarn hook pillow looks like it could have been made by a super crafty camper.
What's an outdoor adventure without a paddle — you don't want to be up any kind of creek without one! Get a set and hang them above the mantel or couch.
These 100th Anniversary Ball jars are tinted blue to look like the originals. Use them to serve drinks, display candles or for crafts.
A moose head is a quintessential piece for a lodge or cabin, but taxidermy is often creepy. This wooden head is cruelty free!
This vintage-style locker is great for corralling odds and ends and keeping things tidy.
Have your own custom cabin sign made.
This vintage Boy Scout knot sampler is a great piece of art for that camp-y feel.
Use these antique fishing weights as door stoppers, paperweights or bookends.
Use this canoe skeleton as a towel rack, or just stand it on its own and enjoy the simplistic beauty.
Always be prepared! Store your own first-aid kit in this vintage Boy Scout tin, or keep it in the bathroom to hold your essentials.
The camp experience wouldn't be complete without a fire. Put one of these in your backyard and roast marshmallows while singing "Kumbaya."
A cast iron pan is an essential for every camping trip and every kitchen. One of these will stay in your family for generations.
Save a deer! These heads are cheeky fun, and they're cable knit.
In case you run out of sheets and blankets for your fort, having a tepee on hand is never a bad idea.
Give any room an outdoorsy touch with these wood grain switch plates.
This classic blanket with the Yellowstone logo is perfect.
Use this LED lantern on the patio, in the backyard or as a nightlight.
Always be prepared with this classic wood grain Swiss Army knife.Next: Camp Nostalgia Makes a Stake at Home
Re-cover this folding stool in a fun, bright fabric and use it in the bathroom to hold towels or as extra seating.