If you're considering giving glamping a go and can do it in California, then you might want to consider letting Shelter Co. do the grunt work. Aside from offering beautifully furnished tents, the group has camp amenities that can include everything from a customizable camping box to a fully stocked library and bar. For those who can't make it to California's camp grounds or who want to brave their own glamping setup, we decided to go straight to the source. We tapped Shelter Co. cofounder Kelsey Sheofsky to fill us in on the most important things every novice glamper should know.
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- Invest in good bedding
Nothing beats crawling into 400 thread-count sheets and a fluffy down comforter on a cold night.
- Lighting is key
Battery-operated lanterns and candles really transform an environment and aren't that expensive to purchase.
- Rugs make a huge difference
If you have a traditional plastic lined tent, adding a few floor rugs can really up the luxury factor. They warm up the space and allow you to get out of bed without having to hunt for your shoes first. Natural materials like jute or sea grass work best because they shake out easily and don't show wear and tear.