Rustic Winter Bedding for Your Cabin or Lodge

2 people under a warm blanket with snow outside

Autumn is in full swing and the first chill of winter is already in the air. Leaves are falling, and soon the snow will follow. But that's all right, bring on the cold. Those who appreciate rustic country living know that fall and winter are the best times of the year. We can sit inside by the fireplace, enjoying a home filled with warm rustic decor, and cuddle up in a rustic quilt.

Start by storing summer decor & bedding for next year

But first, we’ll need to remove and store all of our summer bedding and decor until it’s spring. Summer cabin decor like blankets and other seasonal items can be packed away for the winter to make room for warmer items. When it comes to storing your summer blankets and other decor items, it's important to keep a few things in mind before packing them away for the holidays:

  1. Clean before you store. You can clean quilts and throw blankets with the upholstery attachment on your vacuum cleaner before storing them away. This will gently get any dust and dirt out of the blankets before they get packed away. When you have clean blankets they are less likely to attract bugs and other pests while in storage. Decor items can be vacuumed or wiped clean before you put them away for the season.
  2. Wrap blankets in a cotton bag or new sheets. Clean cotton will protect your blankets from colder conditions during the winter months. Wrapping them in a new cotton sheet or a cotton bag will also keep the dust and dirt away from them so that they are still fresh and clean when you pull them out in the spring.
  3. Carefully organize to protect them from the cold. If you have a set of drawers or a trunk for storage of your winter items, try to keep the blankets towards the center. You can then pack winter decor items in their boxes or around the blankets to protect them from the elements.

Bedding for colder months

Now that we’ve carefully stored our summer items, it’s time to put on the heavier winter sheets and blankets — and rustic bedding really does make the perfect winter lodge decor. Whether you use them as bedspreads or to throw over the back of your couches, they are attractive and inviting, adding warmth to any room in the home. Betters still, you can't beat a thick rustic quilt when it's time to cuddle. Whether you want to cuddle up with your grandkids, that special someone, or just with a cup of hot cocoa and a good book, you'll want to do it in a warm rustic quilt or throw.

In fact, rustic quilts are one of the few home decor items which will often appreciate in value. There's a huge collector's market for old quilts and these days, there are few places where you can find quality, handmade rustic quilts. These will become tomorrow's heirlooms, growing in value both financially and sentimentally. Rustic quilts are great for making memories. They're also among the best holiday gifts you can give, providing years of warmth and special memories for those who receive them. They're more than just a piece of lodge decor. Rustic quilts quickly become treasured possessions, passed from generation to generation.

Warm & durable options

Made out of the warmest, most heavy-duty materials, our bedding for your cabin or lodge-themed home is sure to last you many winters. We also carry matching sheets, throws, and pillows, so your bed, futon, or cot will be completely ready for some serious snoozing. While you're shopping for great bedding, be sure to check out other winter decor such as curtains, wall art, antler chandeliers, and even shower curtains so your entire cabin can be themed. There is no better way to end the day than warm and cozy in an accommodating, comfortable cabin complete with winter bedding and other rustic decor.

Supplement warm bedding with Western decor

Speaking of other decor, a great way to add a little color, a little interest, and a little warmth to your home during the dreary winter months is with Western-themed items. This doesn't have to be difficult or expensive, though. Western themes are classic and lend a comforting feel to your home or cabin, as well as some patriotism. Whether or not your home is actually in the west, Western decor brings feelings of warmer days, and the heart of the wild west will come alive wherever you are. Western themes such as cowboys and cattle, stars and horseshoes, and barbed wire and rope are prevalent in our Western decor items for your home. You can choose from wall hangings, door mats, shower curtains, kitchen utensils, mugs, bedding, and more.

Keep warm with Cabin Place

For those cold winter nights when your blankets just don't seem to keep out the chill, our bedding is designed for comfort, warmth, and durability. Our selection of patterns and colors is so varied, you won't have any problem finding something for every person in your household. Browse our categories and pick something up for yourself or for a holiday gift today!