May 9, 2018

How to Create Your Desired Log Cabin

When many people think of a log cabin, they think of bears, lots of campfires and long hikes. However, you can create a chic, modern look with your log cabin. If you've purchased a log cabin as a vacation home, it's best to make sure that the aesthetic reflects that. Create a stunning log cabin that blends the beauty of stores like Anthropologie and the modern flair of Macy's. At the same time, it's also nice to maintain a sense of soul and grit because it is a log cabin. Consider adding these elements to create the log cabin of your dreams. 
log cabin furniture

1. Color
Make sure the color scheme is incredibly cohesive. If you choose to infuse vibrant colors into your space, you can opt for adding pops of bright colors. Start with a base of neutral colors. The couches, beds and other log cabin furniture are best when they're featured in neutral colors like cream, brown and white. Add pops of color through bright pillows, rugs and artwork. 

2. Linens
The juxtaposition is a major element you'll want to include within your decor. In a log cabin, there are a lot of hard textures. Wood is naturally beautiful. However, in the context of texture, it's a hard element. In this case, play on opposites. Add soft linens like plush rugs, blankets and pillows. Make sure to add lots of soft textures because this adds so much depth to a living space. 

3. Amenities
Even though you're in the woods with lots of trees and open air, this doesn't mean that you can't enjoy the beauty of luxury amenities. There are plenty of ways to get amenities like WiFi and cable in your home. Install fun features like a hot tub, glass showers and outdoor showers. Flat-screen televisions, dvd players and fun tech gadgets are allowed in a log cabin. Sure, it's nice to experience simplicity. However, when you want to binge on Netflix shows during a weekend getaway to the log cabin, you should be able to have access to all of the luxury items that'll make that dream possible.

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