Kids will soon be going back to school which means fall is right around the corner. I love the crisp days and getting the house cozy for the autumn season. Cabin style decorating is a great way to add coziness to any room in your house. I think you’ll agree once you see these inspirational photos that showcase the warmth and comfort a cabin provides. (This post contains affiliate links.)
Cabin Style Living Rooms
I like white so this vaulted ceiling living room is my idea of fresh cabin style decorating. You still get the organic feel of wood walls and expansive windows provide a view of nature outside.
Of course, natural wood is what you typically see inside the walls of a cabin. The stone fireplace is amazing and the equestrian light fixture makes a statement overhead. While most of the room is decorated in neutrals, one signature chair wears a fun, colored pattern in a Southwest style.
Create cozy cabin style with a charming reading nook. You don’t need a built-in bench. Group a chair with a table, floor lamp – and don’t forget a nearby stack of books.
Cabin style decorating is rustic, natural, with a bit of color thrown in. This living room combines all those elements with wood, stone, and colorful textiles in warm hues.
White kitchens seem to be the trend these days, but look how pretty this rustic kitchen is.
Rough-hewn logs line the walls of this open kitchen. You might not have wood walls in your home, but you can add elements like natural wood furniture or accents like wood bowls and bread boards.
Warm, honeyed wood wraps this kitchen in cozy appeal. Plenty of pendant lights keep the room from feeling dark and claustrophobic.
Cozy Dining Rooms
You may not think this white dining room has much cabin style, but it does have wood walls and a beamed ceiling. The sparkly chandelier adds a touch of elegance in an otherwise rustic space.
This dining room kept its knotty pine au naturel.
A bit of cuteness is added to the logged walls embracing a breakfast nook. Polka dot chairs and blinds with apples create whimsy. The effect is fun and cozy.
Of the whitewashed rooms featured in today’s post, this one is the most rustic. You can still see the grain of the wood coming through. A collection of Edison lights creates an interesting chandelier. A dark dining table grounds the room while unique chairs provide a modern vibe. It just goes to show you don’t have to follow all the rules when decorating a la cabin style.
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You might think it’s difficult to add cozy cabin appeal to your home if you don’t have paneled or wood walls. But why not add natural wood planks to just one wall, like this beautiful bedroom? Neutral tones and a view of the mountains outside provide the finishing touches.
Are you noticing all the patterned rugs in warm colors in these photos?
I love this bedroom with its natural wood walls and Southwest blankets and textiles.
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Would you like to live in a log cabin?
This bathroom has an amazing view with a beautiful tub. If you’ve ever considered an enclosure for your tub, you might want to think about lining the outside with wood for an organic touch.
The sink in this cabin bathroom is amazing!
As is this one. It’s fun to see the ingenuity that designers put into rooms these days. Birch bark lampshades add instead cabin style and are an easy way to create the look in your own home.
Are you a fan of cabin style decorating for the fall and winter months?
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