6 ways of bringing a cozy cabin feel into your home
I love all of our Canadian seasons…even the coldest one! Lately I've had the itch to start planning a little winter getaway, and I can't stop thinking about my winter cabin adventure from last year.
Last year my husband and I spent a few days in this tiny log cabin in the middle of the snow-covered woods. This rustic winter experience prompted my idea for this blog post on Winter Cabin-Inspired Design. Whether you want to go with a traditional log cabin look, or just incorporate a few rustic features in your modern home, there are a certain key elements that take their inspiration from winter cabins.
6 key elements for creating a winter cabin aesthetic:
1. Wooden Architectural Elements
Perhaps the most notable feature of a winter cabin is the wood. Timber is the most common material in cabin design, from the interior and exterior walls made of logs, to the wide plank flooring, and of course the exposed wood ceiling beams and posts.
This traditional log cabin features beautiful exposed log ceiling beams and walls. The warmth of the wood makes this space so cozy and inviting. Who wouldn't want to curl up in this cabin in front of the fireplace with a warm blanket and a good book?