Welcome fellow Northern California folks! Speaking from experience, the wait and the drive are totally worth it! We had a great trip from Minnesota through South Dakota, Wyoming, Utah, Nevada and home to California, We received our new 13' Scamp
of 20011 and have enjoyed camping, off and on since. We are sooooo glad we ordered a new trailer as we could enjoy it right away without thinking of any repairs or modifications.
Now, since I love to sew, decorating was another matter! If you do a "search" on this forum and put in my name "Gilda" you will find mostly posts about "Glamping". Following are some photos to get your ideas going! Minimally, I like to have curtain side panels with matching pillowcases. Additionally, I like to have four-footed "critters" with me. Maximally, I create lots of storage solutions, coordinating bedspreads, spare wheel covers and "picnic tablescapes" (and much more). My advice, keep it simple and functional to start. Add the fun stuff as you go (but not too much stuff). If you really get into glamping, as I have, you will have a themed decor for each trip. For example; autumn leaves, desert sun, winecountry tastings, alaska pioneer, etc., etc.
I would suggest that you bring a twin/full size foam mattress-topper on your first trip as sleeping on the hard cushions is not comfortable. You can cut the foam with a "bread knife" or a large serrated knife. I also suggest you bring some "Reflectix" (mylar bubble wrap you can get at the hardware store) to cut to size with scissors to fit in the windows
and ceiling "skylights". This blocks out the light
and insulates the trailer. I would only use these as temporary solutions as you can make better mattress pads and window "shades" as you can see in previous postings.
Enjoy the anticipation and enjoy the journey to come!