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Once the weather cools, we love the idea of retreating to a cozy cabin, preferably somewhere Upstate, surrounded by foliage, campfires, and everything else that comes with it. Sadly, in reality, actually retreating to the woods for a week can be tough to get on the calendar. The fix? Bring the camp vibes to you in the form of outdoor decor inspired by the setting’s classic elements—think bonfires, cozy wool blankets, and outdoor-friendly dinnerware. Read on to see how you can easily incorporate the classic style into your grown-up backyard.  

Somewhere for you to take a breather

Outdoor Picnic Blanket, Walmart ($76)

This nautical landing pad is ready for all sorts of outdoor adventures thanks to a handy leather carrier and waterproof lining. We won’t judge if said adventures are just to the far reaches of your lawn.  

A cast iron fire pit to gather ‘round

Portable Fire Pit Bowl, Walmart ($75)

Your outdoor space is not even close to completion sans one of these. Where else will you roast marshmallows?

The no-fail drinkware

Stemless Plastic Wine Glass, Walmart ($16)
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Shatter-proof glassware makes outdoor entertaining that much less stressful. 

An elevated picnic table

Outdoor Traditional 3-Piece Dining Set, Walmart ($434)

This distressed gray wood set is a cooler, less cramped version of the gum-covered picnic table on your standard camping grounds. 

A hack for perfect s’mores

S’more Maker, Walmart ($19)

This clever contraption takes the campout staple to the next level by allowing you to cook a half-dozen at a time (and keeping them entirely intact in the process). 

Versatile cookware 

Dutch Oven, Walmart ($40)

Take it back to the basics and whip up your signature one-pot meal over the campfire in this cast iron Dutch oven.

Mugs made to last

Enamel Mug, Walmart ($4)

Start the day with your favorite cup of brew in lightly speckled enamelware, a camp staple. 

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