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Fresh Ways to Decorate Your Camp

Fresh Ways to Decorate Your Camp

It can be tempting to just grab a few pieces of discarded furniture, haul them over to the camp, and call it a day. But, your camp is really your home away from home. Why not make it more inviting and relaxing? Just follow these quick and easy steps to make your next trip to the camp a comfy one.

  1. Used is OK…BUT

Used furniture for your camp is perfectly fine BUT spend a little money on a few new pieces. If you use an old sofa, add a few new side tables. Or if your old lounger finds its way to the camp, buy new lamps. Mix a bit of the “well-loved” with “will be loved” furniture. You want to feel as comfortable in your camp as you would be in your home.

  1. Mountings

It’s easy to put mounted game up on the wall at your camp. It’s a great way to show off your trophies but be sure that’s not all you have adorning your walls. Add family pictures, shelving, travel photos and more! Consider grouping any hunting or fishing trophies together for a more updated look. Maybe limit the game and trophies to one room of the camp.

  1. Small Space?

If space is limited, ditch the overly masculine and bulky furniture. Find slimmer pieces and opt for seating that has a dual purpose. Consider footstools that double as storage or a sofa that pulls out into a bed. Perhaps a futon would be a better idea than a full sofa.

  1. Rugs

Nothing will tie a place together and make it a bit cozier like a few well-placed rugs. Add a rug to the living and sleeping space. If you have the room, place a few rugs in one room, it will help designate the living space, dining space and sleeping space of a smaller camp.

  1. Use the Outdoors

Open things up a bit! If there’s a way to create an indoor/outdoor space, do it! Maybe your screened in porch can serve as the dining area? Make it the dining room by adding all the touches of an indoor dining room. Great lighting, shelves, greenery and more will help transform a simple porch into an inviting room of the camp!

  1. Stone and Wood

Not everyone can afford a log cabin, but that doesn’t mean you can’t add rustic pieces here and there. Consider wooden rocking chairs, stone topped tables, or a rustic kitchen island to help a few of nature’s elements in your camp.

Treat a camp like what it is—a second home. Don’t just throw a few pieces in a room and put your feet up. Spend a little extra time adding touches that will make your time there memorable