I'm in the "camp" that thinks glamping is mostly about style not the functionality of equipment or amenities. Having a bed is not glamping, having a bed with ruffled bed spread, matching throw pillows and stuffed animal collection all lit by custom accent lighting
... well you are certainly getting there. If the throw rugs coordinate and bring it all together with the kitchen décor... congratulations you have arrived. If the whole thing goes with the theme of the outdoor decorations you may be a force to be reckoned with in the glamping community.
There can certainly be other legitimate views on what constitutes camping vs. glamping. I'm just not sure that having an RV with a toilet and bed makes it all the way to glamor camping. But it beats sleeping in a slit trench in the snow. TV or microwave
lack glamor and are just convenience items in my book.
Noticed in the Google images from Bobs link did not see one folding aluminum mess kit or battered coffee pot sitting on Coleman stove so I guess I flunk the Google test as a glamper. Wife will be bummed to hear that.
Back on the lights
are functional items sometimes that function is decorative and sometimes it is functional. Accent or mood lighting
vs. reading light. Sometimes the light is both. Such as under cabinet lighting
in a kitchen with a dimmer which both provides accent and strong light on counter for kitchen tasks.
I would start with what do you want the light for functionally and design around that requirement to provide the style you want.