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Rustic Themes for Your Bedding

Today, rustic decorating has become so popular that it is used in all styles of homes. A rustic bedroom makes a comfortable, relaxing retreat that will make you feel like you are getting back to nature every day. To get a realistic final result, it is essential to pay attention to all of the details to add consistency throughout the room.  Start your rustic theme with the rustic bedding in your patterns and colors of choice. Use rustic window treatments that complement the bedding, and then look for the rustic decorative items that will carry your theme over to the rest of the room.

Moose Print

Nothing symbolizes the rustic decor that has been used in cabins across the nation for years like the moose. With the luxury moose bedding and great moose lodge bedding collections and sets, you don’t have to sacrifice luxury for a truly authentic rustic theme. There are many patterns to choose from, each with attention-getting designs featuring the colors of nature.  Deep reds, forest greens, and neutral browns combine to provide the ideal framework for the animal which symbolizes cabin life.

Bear Print

To many people, the power of the bear is the perfect symbol for rustic living. When you make the bear the theme of your rustic bedroom, you will find everything you need to make your animal of choice the focus of your rustic decorating scheme. Also a favorite for kids, the kids’ lodge bedding sets are available in a kid-friendly version of the mighty beast. Select the rustic window treatments that are made to coordinate with any bedding set to carry over your theme and create a realistic cabin-style bedroom.


This theme can include one type of wild animal that you are especially fond of, or prints that represent bears, wolves, porcupines, moose, and fish in one rustic pattern. Choose from bedding collections that allow you to mix and match patterns with the animal-themed products that you want at the heart of your rustic decorating. There are also bedding and comforter sets that already have the pieces coordinated for you.


Pinecones make one of the most elegant rustic designs that you can use for your bedroom decor. The blend of pine cones and needles on luxurious fabrics and accented with solid and patterned throw pillows will turn any bedroom into a tranquil and inviting place where you can get back to nature. The pinecone pattern also gives you more room to incorporate other features into your theme in any area where you would like to add a whimsical moose, or a chainsaw-carved bear.


If your idea of enjoying the Great Outdoors is on the riverbank or on your fishing boat, a fishing theme is a good choice for creating a rustic bedroom that is a perfect match to your style. Nothing offers a better fit for your lakeshore cabin than luxurious bedding with a realistic fishing scene that makes you feel right at home.


Nature themed bedding is the ideal way to create a rustic bedroom with a professional touch. Duvet or comforter sets make the bedding appropriate for all areas and seasons. Coordinate with the matching rustic window treatments, to continue the theme, and add the perfect accents to create the ultimate natural setting indoors.

The more features you add to your bedroom that reflect the rustic, natural style, the more authentic it will be. Furnish your bedroom with a rustic bed and matching furniture to complete your rustic style throughout the entire room. To learn more about rustic decorating, call Cabin Place at 1-877-884-0248.

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Ideas For Rustic Window Treatments

When it comes to the types of rustic window treatments that you can choose for your cabin décor, you have a world of options at your fingertips. There are tons of choices from rustic curtains, shutters, and valances and any of them will look great in your cabin décor. So when you’re looking for ideas for rustic window treatments, these few are just the beginning!

Rustic curtains are some of the most popular rustic window treatments and even among this specific type you have tons of styles and ideas to choose from. Long full-length draperies are best reserved for very large windows or windows that are in formal settings, such as a formal dining room. To keep with the rustic feel, choose neutral earthy tones, especially if they are drapes that take up a large part of the wall.

For medium-sized windows you can use rustic curtains that hang just over each side of the window, so that it is fully covered when the curtains are drawn. Because these rustic curtains aren’t as large, they’re not as much of a focal point and you can get away with bolder and louder designs such as wildlife, fish, or western designs.

Shutters are another very popular type of rustic window treatment. Shutters are wooden slat blinds that can be used either inside or outside the home and they can also either cover the entire window or just part of the window. Covering the lower half of the window with rustic wooden shutters and the top half with a western valance decorated with stars can be a great way to tie together a western bathroom. When shutters cover the entire window, they allow filtered light through and when closed they can provide maximum privacy. Shutters can also be installed outside of the window and this can not only greatly add to the rustic look, but it can also bring added security when they are closed.

Valances are another type of rustic window treatment that is popular due to their versatility, their functionality, and their rustic look. Valances sit at the top of the window only and they can be paired with curtains for a more formal look that allows for more privacy; or they can be used on their own to allow for an unobstructed view and a more casual look. Rustic valances can be found in denim, wildlife designs, and other rustic valances. Whatever types of rustic window treatments you’re considering, considering valances will always give you more options!

There are many ways to decorate your windows, and they’ll all help add to your rustic décor in a way that’s pretty and practical all at the same time. If you need more ideas for your rustic window treatments, check out all of the rustic curtains, shutters, and valances we have in stock. And if you’re not sure what window treatments would work best on your windows, contact us we’d love to help you decide!

How To Buy Rustic Window Treatments

Rustic window treatments are one of the best ways to brighten any room and instantly add another element to any cabin décor. But you want to make sure that you keep a few things in mind when buying them so that you can make sure you’ll be able to hang them, and that you’ll be happy with them when you do!

The first thing to do is decide whether you want to hang your curtains inside or outside your window frame. This will make a big difference on the size of curtain that you need, and measuring your windows for that exact size is your next step. If you’re going to hang your rustic curtains outside of the frame make sure that you measure the window starting from just outside the frame and measuring to the other side, also just outside of the frame. This is because when hanging them from outside the frame, you don’t want to still see it once the rustic window treatments are hung. On the other hand if you’re hanging rustic curtains inside the frame, also make sure you measure from just inside the frame so you can really show it off!

Your next step is to choose what style of rustic window treatments you want. Casual curtains can include café curtains or stand-alone valances. Both of these look great in small spaces such as country kitchens. If the window you’re going to be covering is in a formal area such as a formal dining room or a living room, you might choose rustic window treatments that are pleated and come in a heavier fabric.

When you’re buying rustic window treatments, you may also want to think about buying liners for them as well. These sit behind the rustic curtain and are good for many things including additional privacy, and preventing the fabric from fading after prolonged exposure to sunlight. Along with liners, also consider what other accessories you’ll want for your rustic curtains. A curtain rod will be an absolute must, but you can also consider things such as tie-backs, tassels, trim décor, and finials are all good options for rustic curtains.

Once you know your window’s measurements and know what kind of style you want in your rustic window treatments, make sure you stop by to see what rustic curtains, valances, and other window treatments we have for your lodge or home. We make it easy to buy all of your rustic window treatments!