Last week I finally revealed my plan in phases for My Vintage Camper Revival! And this week-instead of buckling down to knock something off the list- I skipped ahead to the fun stuff and went shopping for inspiration! Here’s a look at my shopping must-haves from an impulsive stop at Target!
I am finally on the right side of a color trend for a change! The pallet for the Trailblazer Camper makeover was created off this fun feather print I had seen a few months ago but had no use for until I was introduced to my newest project!
Between the authenticity of using a pastel 1950-60’s color scheme and the feather motif matching the original trailblazer decal still on the camper- I figured it was definitely the way to go!
All the peach, pink and aqua found in this fabric is alive and well in my favorite shopping venues! I will have no problem purchasing accessories with these colors! I’m getting started with these fun possibilities:
Battery operated LED lanterns
Since I can’t be certain there will always be power hook-up in our random camper placement- looking for solar options or efficient light sources that run on batteries is key. These will set a mood and if hung from hooks will double as a great decorative piece.
I saw this fun rug and loved the colors and print! I also found this one, but I think it might have too much olive in it.
The key piece in the camper is the bed. As a guest cottage, the camper is really at it’s most functional offering a nice cozy place to lay your head. Although I am not convinced we will need a heavy comforter I liked both of these print options. One more graphic and the other more floral and girly.
Since the kitchen was gutted from the camper and I saw no need to replace it, we asked ourselves what might be a fun alternative feature to use one of the walls in the camper. We came up with the idea for a small bar area- because who doesn’t need one of those!?! I loved the shades of these plastic glasses, if they were set on a shelf together or behind a clear cabinet door.
Saw these and didn’t even hesitate. There was only one of each set on the shelf, but I am thinking that might be all I need. Sometimes really special hardware like this looks best as a feature on your most centrally located cabinetry and the rest of the knobs around it can be something more simple.
Join me again in my camper remodel series when I finish turning that darling feather print into my own custom curtains. Coming Soon!