Bring The Outside In With Deer Decor

18 Aug

Seeing a deer in the wilderness in its natural state is an unforgettable experience.  Deer are shy, graceful, and beautiful, one of Mother Nature’s many gifts to us.  Rocky Mountain Cabin Decor makes furniture, lamps, and art pieces that can bring the simplicity and the grandeur of nature, inspired by the deer, to you in your own home.

One of the specialty lines is Deer Decor, which contains everything from signs and bedding to desk accessories and rugs.  If you are looking for a gift for someone who loves deers, this is the place.

Furniture with a deer motif contains a variety of tables that are usable yet decorative.  Coffee tables, end tables, and pretty corner pieces that are as much art as furniture.  They also feature some rustic deer chairs – the Vintage Deer Country Oak Rocker is particularly charming.

Something that really caught my eye is the Deer Lamps And Lights.  My favorite is Deer At The Lake Filigree Lamp; it is delicate and very pretty.  Another lamp that I fell in love with was the Fortress Floor Lamp.  It has simple clean, very strong lines, and I can see it being the centerpiece of a man’s den.

In the Deer Art section, I found two gorgeous stained glass windows.  One was a Deer In The River Strained Glass Window and the other was the Wilderness Stained Glass Window.  They also had prints, tapestries, and something else I love, wood carvings.  The Deer Sculptures section contained a variety of classic deer poses.  The one that really caught my eye was the Tailgater Bronze Deer Sculpture, where a deer is sniffing around the back of a jeep.  I wouldn’t mind taking her home with me.

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Posted by on August 18, 2014 in Uncategorized


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