We washed up some rugs, aprons, towels, tablecloths and sheets.
This is our second time for backyard wall tent. We set the tent up first.
We set up our canopy tent (or also called an easy-up) in front of the camping tent. We filled it with outdoor and indoor furniture, rugs, plants and flowers.
We used aprons, tablecloths and sheets to connect the easy-up to the tent.
This is a queen sized blow up mattress we had from previous camping trips.
Views of inside the camping tent. We are gradually adding items we will use out there - books, crafts, ice tea and pitcher etc. We used hankies for doilies and for decorating the entrance of the easy-up.
I found this wooden sewing box at a thrift store a while back. I started filling it up for my glamped up wall tent. I found the handmade, crocheted needle and thimble holder at an antique store.
I brought out my knitting to work on, as well as write. I just hope I can sneak private, quiet time in this, as the entire family is enjoying it.
We used items from the house to decorate and use in the glamped up wall tent.
Put down a rug, and animals will come. All the dogs love it as much as I did. Even the barn cats came out for visits. I don't have a photo of Sadie. She's a lab and would not sit still.
A few views from outside the entire backyard glamping....this is just the beginning.
This is our lighting in the canopy tent - one string of battery operated lights, and a few strings of Christmas lights. Yes we used electricity. We even took a large rotating fan out there. If you've ever camped, the inside of a tent can become very hot during the day.
The girls brought out hair-do supplies, nail polish and more. They did hair-do's and nails for a few hours. I was even offered a do - crimped hair. Hmm...I just may take her up on that "do."
I am already adding things to my wish list. Once hubby visits this, I'm sure he'll be even more excited about a permanent one (including an outdoor spa).