Long before Moonrise Kingdom (and probably long before Salute Your Shorts), camp style had already snuck right out of cabins and into people's homes. Pillows made from paisley bandanas are camp-inspired, if kitschy, as are birch bark crafts and buoys slung across beach house walls.
More recently, however, camp-inspired home decor has reached peak sophistication and popularity, spurred on in equal parts by hatchet-toting hipsters, minimalist-living enthusiasts, and Wes Anderson's knack for finding the very elegant in the very twee. How so, you ask? Here are 7 camp-inspired home trends, to prove it.
What was designed as an inexpensive, bare-bones way to support a slumbering human is now being re-introduced as an inexpensive (and in some cases, very expensive indeed), chic answer to the day bed.
A little bark on the side of a cutting board or a candle never hurt anyone, and reminds you where it came from: the woods!