Cabin bedrooms are warm and inviting and typically include warm wood tones, rugged stone and organic materials.
Although there are many design styles for cabin bedrooms, from traditional lodge-style and modern rustic, eclectic to farmhouse and country-chic, one design aesthetic remains the same. It’s important that a cabin bedroom is cozy and combines natural elements. Be sure to pile on the layers with plenty of texture and softy fabrics such as cable knit, or Sherpa throws.
Whether your view is an expanse of mountain or pristine lake, it’s a great idea to bring the outside in while pairing natural elements. These beautiful cabin bedrooms take advantage of their outdoor surroundings with a design aesthetic that complements these views.
Think of incorporating earth-tone shades, twisting branches in vases, stonework and other natural elements and materials to complete the look and add interest.
Components of rustic bedrooms includes embracing natural light and the use of rustic and reclaimed wood. Reclaimed wood furniture makes a great starting point in defining a bedroom. Furniture should have a hand-made and time-worn feel. From exposed wooden beams on the ceiling to wide wood planks on the bedroom floor, wood provides a foundation for decorating rustic style.
The palette typically incorporates warm earth-tones, is predictably natural and leans toward neutral. Another important component is organic textures and the use of raw natural materials.
Wrought iron is another great option, and can be used on doorknobs as well as in chandeliers, lamps and trimming the edge of furniture.
Directly below, find a curated selection of cabin bedding that includes rustic lodge style comforter sets with moose and bear, colorful country quilts and luxury lodge bedding sets. You’ll also find a collection of reclaimed bedroom furniture, linens, throw pillows, cabin area rugs, chandeliers, table lamps, blankets and lighting fixtures.