Cabin & Lodge Decor
Whether your cabin is constructed of logs, adobe, weathered siding or modern materials, what you choose to fill the interior should capture the spirit of the place as well as fill the space. In the pages of our online catalog, we bring you worlds of options to enhance your individual space in a way that complements not only your surroundings but defines your vision in a coordinated way.
With a degree in interior design, I have assisted many clients personalize and perfect their interiors. Now, through the selections I curate for the collections on these online pages, I have an opportunity to encourage similar results in homes across the country. I take that responsibility seriously, and bring you only the best rustic decor products, the highest quality and the most interesting items available, from retailers who are dedicated to customer satisfaction and service.
As you walk through my current and ever-changing selections of furniture, accessories, bedding, lighting and art, my one concern is that you may be tempted by all of it. As I tell my individual clients, be sure to take the time to find those items that really speak to you, and that you want to live with and appreciate over the long term. We feature selections predominantly from Black Forest Décor because we have found that their sense of appropriate style speaks to customers who demand quality and durability, and evokes an emotional response. We have also found their service and pricing structure to be exemplary, and we stand wholeheartedly behind their reliability.
A Few Great Examples
Let me mention just a few possibilities for adaptable rustic decor. You might start with a distressed leather sofa that boasts classic nailhead trim, accented with rich chenille fabric accents. Add a club chair and ottoman with lively bear print upholstery, and perhaps a log rocker with a single black bear on its back cushion. Pick a leather-topped bench for extra seating, or top it with a large copper tray to hold snacks and station it in front of the sofa for feet-up comfort.
Good design is often based on the principle of layering. Select accessories a few at a time until the mix “feels” right and you have achieved a look that serves your purpose and meets your needs for the room. Add personal touches in the form of family photos, memorabilia collected on your travels, heirloom pieces and one or two unexpected quirky additions. How about a magazine rack made from a fishing creel, or a ceramic snack tray that resembles a bear footprint?
Hang local landscape paintings as art or purchase black and while art photographs of wildlife. Stock up on cozy rugs and throws for winter; strip down to polished wood floors or terra cotta tile in the summer. Develop a color palette that doesn’t compete with the outdoors, but rather enhances it, and you will have discovered the secret of effective rustic decor.
We hope you enjoy it!