Sustainable camping kit…

I think this long hot summer has effected me a little as on Monday evening Mr LMH & I decided it would be a great idea to invest in a tent (an actual tent that you sleep in, not just a cute kids teepee for the garden). I’ve not been camping since I was in my early teens but I’m SO excited to head off on sunny weekends and sit in a field with my boys. Naturally now the tent purchase has been made ALL that I can think about is styling it up and as always it has to be in the most sustainable way. Here’s a little edit of what I’m leaning towards so far, there will be plenty of additions to the camping kit in the coming weeks I’m sure but this lot should get me started right?


Solar hanging lantern – B & Q

‘Happy Campers’ Reclaimed Wood Sign – Etsy (let’s hope that we are Happy Campers!)

Solar Powered Festoon Lights – The Range

Bamboo BBQ Bowl – The Range

Mr Men Go Camping Book – Waterstones

Recycled Plastic Bottle Rug – Dunelm

Bamboo Candle Lantern – Habitat

Vintage Directors Chair – Etsy


Wish us luck on our first trip and follow along with our camping journey over on Instagram…any camping tips will be appreciated muchly!


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