How to Make the Cabin Decor Fit the Setting

Cabin decor can be rather challenging because cabins are somewhat different from conventional homes. The heavy timbers and logs provide a background that must blend with the entire design scheme. Although it provides the ideal backdrop for rustic decor, not everything will work in such a setting. However, Cabin Place has items to suit rural living that will not only fit the setting, but also create a vibrant dynamism that really makes your space come alive.

There is more to decorating your cabin that simply deciding where to put certain pieces of furniture and what color curtains to buy. An overall style and theme will guide your design process. You need to match the decor in your home with the warm hues of the natural wood in a way that will complement the rugged beauty of your entire cabin.

Lodge Style

This type of decor works best in larger cabins. Antler lighting can really set off those cathedral ceilings in the great room. A log bed will fit nicely in the master bedroom with a fireplace and stone chimney. Everything about this style is on a grand scale and work beautifully in a home large enough to pull it off tastefully.

Waterfront Property

For a cabin on the lake, you will find inspiration that dates back to the 1900s with an early-American style that is primitive and rustic. Natural wood furniture, softened with cozy cabin pillows looks amazing under the soft glow of rustic wall sconces. Include items with pinecones, fish and bears to enhance your lake home motif and bring in the outdoors.

Way out West

Horses, lassos and leather combined with metal wall art, vintage wall hangings and custom furniture will give your cabin the feel of a western ranch. This style of cabin decor is relaxed and informal, which gives you plenty of room to highlight the rugged lifestyle of the West.

At Cabin Place, you will find several resources to aid in the development of your own interior style. You will be inspired, as you look through the various products available.