A Glamping Design Guide for Summer Festival Goers

With Coachella only a few short weeks away, we’ve been exploring the plethora of stylish camping and outdoor accessories now available thanks to the glamping craze that we totally get and love. After all, what better way to experience the great outdoors than from the comfort of your own decked out statement campsite?

Whether you’re car camping, tent camping or doing it open-air style under California’s desert stars, here’s our guide to making your campsite stand out in what’s sure to be a sea of boring polyester taffeta and ubiquitous green Coleman grills. We’ve broken down the outdoor experience into the three essential categories: eat, sleep, and coffee. Click through to check out our picks for festival camping in style. Then, let us know in the comments what you do to up your camping ante.


The cutest little portable retro grill we’ve ever seen.

Fyrkat Picnic Charcoal Grill, $55 from bodum

An oval-shaped, iron clad dutch oven “ideal for grilled cheese sandwiches. Both the top and the bottom can be used as plates for food prep or eating.” Fun fact: Nanbu Cast Iron Ware originated many centuries ago in the Mizauwa region of Iwate Japan. Iwate has carved out a reputation for cast iron production as a rational craft for more than 900 years. The Snow Peak Cast Iron Dutch Oven is a product of the technology backed up by this long history of traditional craftsmanship.

Micro Oval Dutch Oven, $75 from snow peak

A great combination of modern and DIY design. Pair a folding, hairpin-legged table with old-fashioned canvas camping stools that you can make yourself!

Tripod camp stool, about $25. DIY instructions via Wood & Faulk

Single Action Table, $190 from snow peak