Guest Picks: Camp Style
You can sit or nap on this vintage camp cot, but I've also seen these topped with trays and used as coffee tables.
Woodsy chic is what you get with the Woods wallpaper. Paper a powder room with this to get instant style.
Warm wool camp blankets can be great for keeping at the end of a bed. A lot of masculine bedrooms use camp blankets as a coverlet or as an accent. This one has a Greek key–like pattern that sets it apart from the usual stripe.
A modern black and white stripe on a repurposed Pendleton blanket makes this a great accent pillow to toss into the mix.
I love the colors in this Navajo-inspired print.
Just like in your tent, these affordable shades roll up and tie in to place.
Hang this beautiful lantern-style pendant in the foyer, hall or dining room.
This long, rectangular table brings back mess hall memories.
Camp wouldn't be complete without a campfire.
Pair these with simple white dishes and a little silver for a natural mix on the table.
Camp style wouldn't be complete without Adirondack chairs sitting on the dock or porch.
This rug has a built-in sense of history and a graphic quality, but it looks like it has been fireside in the lodge for ages.
Wood stoves are actually a pretty economical way to heat your home, and the look is a bonus.
Throw these pillows on your couch just like you'd throw on your favorite sweater for chilly nights at camp.
You've got to have a lantern to light your way. Instead of having to use it on the path to the latrine, you can use it to relax on the screened porch or deck.
Just like the ticking stripe of an old camp mattress, you can cozy up in these watery blue, striped flannel sheets.
This chunky, woven tray reminds me of a fishing basket with its canvas handle. Use it to create a vignette on a tabletop.
You can always find beautiful, watery blues in vintage nautical maps. They're perfect for a lake cabin, or anywhere really.
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