Glam camping: Rethink the pitched tent Camp in style with a new generation of streamlined trailers and deluxe tent cabins Camping never looked so stylish A streamlined teardrop trailer, hanging lanterns, mod shade structure set the scene at Sunset's Menlo Park headquarters. Table, chairs, and lanterns from Ikea. Cooler by Coleman. Umbrella by Brelli. Deck chairs by Gallant & Jones. Teardrop trailer by Vacations-in-a-Can. Shade structure by Aaron Jones. Turf by SYNLawn. Pinterest Teardrop trailer: Cozy camping without a tent This little room on wheels is so easy to handle, it can be hitched to a Mini Cooper. Its standard design includes a bed, kitchen, and cabinets, but custom add-ons get as crazy as espresso makers and solar showers. Teardrops range from $3,500 for used to $12,000 for a custom model. Buy or rent them at Vacations in a Can (from $175 for two nights) in Penngrove, California. (Read more in Sunset's July 2010 issue!) Teardrop trailer: Kitchen on wheels A mobile kitchen pops up from the back of the trailer. Tin dishware from Sundance Catalog. Cooler by Coleman. Glass canteen and stainless steel lunch box set from The Curiosity Shoppe. Airstream trailer The iconic Airstream is a mini hotel on wheels. Most have gas burners, showers you can actually stand up in, and an ingenious amount of storage space. It's smooth to tow, with a retro interior that conjures up a first-class train cabin circa 1955. A good starter model is the 16-foot Bambi Sport, which can be pulled by a midsize SUV (from $30,000 used). Chairs and table from DWR. Cooler from Coleman. Umbrella by Brelli. Perforated-paper banners from mexevents.com. Airstream trailer: Inside The kitchen and dining area in this 25-foot Airstream International has room for 4 to dine in style. Airstream trailer: Apartment on wheels With this much room, you can "think about decorating the same way you'd decorate an apartment," says Sunset style editor, Miranda Jones. A kitchenette with microwave, stovetop, refrigerator, and freezer lets you enjoy home cooking on the road, too. Instant patio Kick back outside your Airstream with chairs and table from DWR and an umbrella by Brelli. Instant outdoor dining room Create a summertime fiesta with a table and chairs from Ikea and deck chairs by Gallant & Jones. The Brelli umbrella creates easy shade for any table. Just pop the handle in a vase filled with sand. Mix and match Colorful melamine plates from Ikea make it fun to set the table. Plastic glasses are sturdy enough for the dishwasher and reuse all summer. Plastic folding chairs pack away when not needed. Tent camping redefined We borrowed this luxury tent from The Resort at Paws Up in Greenough, MT, where “roughing it” means canvas platform tents with oil paintings hanging above feather beds, terry-cloth robes as fluffy as Big Sky Country clouds, and elk-antler bedside lamps. At the resort, the tent also comes with a camping butler who welcomes you back from a hike with frosty iced tea, fresh-baked cookies, and fresh fruit. From $725. Tent camping redefined: Feather beds Forget the air mattress. There’ll be no sore necks after a night on “The last best bed” in the luxury tent from The Resort at Paws Up. Tent camping redefined: Outdoor porch A place to savor morning coffee or something to sip at sunset.