On a recent family camping trip in Cornwall, Karen Boatwright was less than impressed with the sleeping conditions: the traditional sleeping bags were too hot or too snug. Believing that necessity is indeed the mother of invention, this London-based interior designer decided to take matters into her own hands.
Designed for the more casual outdoor adventurer, Good Intent sleeping bags capture the romance of camping before it all became so hi-tech. Yet they still have a few bells and whistles of their own.
Outside, each one-of-a-kind bag is fashioned from unbleached Indian cotton with hand-tied details reminiscent of country quilts. Inside, vintage-inspired prints or bold hues make for a striking contrast. N.B. The bags can also be completely unzipped to form a duvet, making them ideal for cabin, cottage, or tent.
Above: Good Intent bags come in a range of sizes from kids to adult extra-wide; $99 to $199.
Above: The bags are available wtih natural, gray, pale pink, or blue exteriors; inside, you can choose from an array of colors.
Above: Two-way zippers means increased ventilation and no more hot feet.
N.B. Looking for more camp-style bedding inspiration? See 44 images of Rustic Bedrooms in our Gallery of rooms and spaces.