We are all missing the outdoors, but why not morph a portion of your home into a full-blown campsite?
During a period when many of us are spending more time than ever indoors, it’s become increasingly important to find space for the things that bring us comfort. Even if that means getting a computer-screen campfire crackling.
Setting up your site is half the fun of camping, right? Hang your outdoor-themed posters on the wall, create a fake fire pit, and arrange plants near your space.
No leash laws at this spot. Doggos make for great indoor camp companions (as long as you can keep them from hogging the tent).
Take advantage of your Wi-Fi connection like these two did by streaming a campfire, a starry sky or forest sounds from your device.
Craving fresh air? If it’s possible, retreat to your yard or patio to set up your site as this camper did. Then you can take your conference calls from the comfort of your tent.
You don't need to have the best of the latest gear, just good ideas a little bit of imagination to feel you are camping outside. In the end, it's all about having fun and enjoy with your loved ones!
Comments will be approved before showing up.
100% recycled polyester pongee
100% recycled polyester
100% recycled two 120-gram layers of hollow-fiber
A Total Length: Measure your height from top of head to toes.
B Girth Chest/bust: Measure in the fullest part.
C Girth Waist: Measure your waist at the narrowest point.
D Girth Hip: Measure in the fullest part.
E Inseam: Measure the length from the top of your inside leg down to the floor.