Girl Camper Story
She had a very neutral pallet. Once again, the décor all started with a quilt that I found on E-bay. I recovered the olive-green cushions with a bright turquoise and red faux leather. I purchased and made the curtains out of a darling, pink cowgirl fabric. I also recovered red faux leather cornices with bling studs in each corner. The backsplash is full of coordinating colors that match the décor perfectly.
I also bought a cowgirl table cloth and matching shower curtain. I brought it all together with a plethora of pillows all over the bed. One of my favorite features, is a red fireplace-heater that I built into the corner of the full-size bed. “Classy Cowgirl” has two bunk beds, one is used for storage and the other is Melanie’s bed which she calls her “bullet bed.” The modern facilities include a real flushing toilet, tub, shower, and a sewer hook- up with holding tanks. The outside was another story. It was covered with many vinyl stickers that had to come off a.s.a.p. This was a real job which took a hot blow dryer and lots of peeling. Once I got that done, I added the perfect vinyl stickers with her name “Classy Cowgirl.” I used command strip hooks to add removable cowgirl décor that we use when we are parked.
Melanie and I have been part of this exciting glamping adventure for one year now and it has been so fulfilling, fun, and rewarding. I challenge you, the readers, to find the courage to investigate this awesome glamping life-style for yourselves. You won’t be sorry! It will bring you to higher ground. Happy Trails!!!