Glamper Camper decor is what takes turns a camper into a glamper! Most of these items would never make the cut on a regular camping trip. They are perfect for my mini camper trailer and a weekend of glamping though!
1. RETRO KITCHEN CLOCK WITH TIMER
This clock has been with us for 6 years of camping. It works great and I love the retro look.
2. Cath Kidston Oil cloth bunting
This is one of the first items I bought for my camper. I fell in love with the Cath Kidston prints and it still brings me great joy to sit beneath these little flags. My little vintage trailer just wouldn’t be the same without this bunting. LWDaisies still sells them in her shop.
My next bunting purchase is going to be something a little more patriotic. I think the bunting with stars is my favorite.
3. Photo line
This is a DIY project, but it doesn’t get any easier than this. You need twine, mini clothespins, a variety of ribbon, 2-3 small tacks, and a few photos or postcards that make your heart happy. What I love about this is the ability to easily change the pictures I display. Here are the items you need to purchase to make this happen in your vintage trailer. I’ve linked the items you need below, along with the postcards I recently purchased.
Click here to see how I use vintage make-up cases as storage and decor.
My Olde Brooklyn Lantern hangs on the curtain rod in the back of the camper. I know it is is more camp than glamp, but it still deserves a place on the list. I use this every camping trip. It runs off 2 D batteries and stays cool to the touch. I keep saying I’m going to glamp it out with paint and jewels, but I kind of dig it just the way it is.
5. Mason jars
I keep a variety of mason jars in the camper (like this one). What do I use them for? Everything! This one is currently housing twinkle lights, but I kept tea in it before. My 64 oz Ball Mason jar stores everything from cookies to fruit. Having clear storage so I can see things has been great in such a small space.
You’ve seen my favorite glamper decorations; now leave a comment and let me know the pieces that make your vintage trailer interior unique?