Two years of COVID pressure can finally be released with some light travel. Hooray! While many of us would like to go full-on camping, it’s more likely that glamping might be where we gently venture out of our homes. Camping is about being prepared and having the right tools and supplies. Glamping is about feeling a connection with nature without having to get too dusty and dirty. So glamping is the luxury version of camping! Here are a few inspirational ideas to get you started.
This tent expresses true luxury beneath canvas fabric, with beautiful wood flooring, headboard, and furniture, plus textural fabrics, and soft, glowing lighting. Everything you see here can be folded and transported elsewhere.
Living Room Under Canvas
Moab, Utah is one location of glamping company Under Canvas. I love how they’ve transported an entire leather living room suite and woven rug in desert colors to make the space feel cozy and stylish.
This beautiful space is for an African safari in the Serengeti, with mosquito netting around the bed and woven rugs underfoot. African safaris are true glamping experiences because there’s no infrastructure at all, everything will be transported and set up for you, celebrating what drives people to nest and create a home away from home.
Kimball Starr designs for adventurous homes throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and Lake Tahoe. Contact her today for a remote or socially-distant in-person consultation.