Warm and earthy, rustic cabin-inspired interiors can make the real world melt away as soon as you settle in for the evening.
Using exposed wood, deep greens, browns, and reds, and sticking with traditional lines in your furniture and fabric patterns will make your real home resemble a vacation home in the mountains. Wooden accents, wicker, stone, and neutral shades combine in a way that brings the woods to you, even on a weekday.
Rugged wooden furniture, hardwood floors, and no-frills cabinets give a cabin vibe even with non-neutral accents.
A more modern twist utilizes a barrel-vaulted ceiling, lighter neutrals, and contemporary furniture styles. Lighter tones and lots of light mimic the feel of a sunny early spring morning.
What could be more beautiful–or more rugged and cabin-inspired–than raw wood walls? Don’t be afraid of the juxtaposition of something lighthearted against a heavy, rustic wall, ceiling, or furniture. It could help keep your house feeling like “home” rather than “cabin rental.”
More polished wood and clean lines will still give off a rustic cabin feel without seeming overbearing. Instead, there’s warmth and a feeling of luxury.
Cabin-inspired interiors, regardless of the room, will create the perfect space for relaxation, a respite during any season, but especially in the fall and winter months.