Warning - thread may not be to the taste of utilitarian campers who don't like bunting!
So, I've made the plunge and bought a long-desired bell tent and stove. I now have the important shopping task of clamping it up to my desired level.
To achieve this, I would like a chandelier (I will use battery tea lights for safety). My question is, how do I put one up? I can see the tents on bell tent.co.uk (where I've been eyeing chandeliers) have a hooky bit and the top of the pole, but I don't think the soulpad tents (which is what I've ordered) do.
I am also willing to take recommendations about further glampy bits I may need. Thus far I have bunting, fairy lights, hammam towels and a fire bowl, but I'm sure there must be more?
Just try not to get too excited and have too much red wine and decide to go in to the tent and 'adjust' the chandelier and drop it on the ground and break the glass cups and then throw water on the flames so covering the sleeping children in water and broken glass... Because who would do that?
I cannot promise not to get too excited, the tent hasn't arrived yet and I am already very excited. The stove arrived yesterday and I've 'had' to put it up 3 times already to show various people how beautifully it folds.
I will try not to throw broken glass and water on to the children as it would wake them and inhibit me from drinking more wine!