5 Rustic Holiday Cabin Decor Ideas

13 Dec
5 Rustic Holiday Cabin Decor Ideas

With Christmas just around the corner, now is the time to start thinking about cabin decor for the holidays. It doesn’t matter if you live in your cabin year round or just spend the weekends enjoying the peace and quiet: there are 5 things your cabin needs to fully embrace the holiday season.

1. Cabin Christmas Candles

Christmas candles are a part of the Christmas tradition. Put a cabin spin on traditional Christmas candles by choosing candle holders with rustic charm. Antler candle holders bring the woods inside, as do pine cone centerpieces and candle holders.

Christmas is not the end. These holders are timeless, especially once the tinsel, holly, and pine boughs are removed. Change out your red Christmas candles for white once the holidays are over.

2. Cabin Christmas Stockings

Cabin Christmas stockings are different from traditional stockings. Sure, the themes are the same, but the bells and elves are replaced with bears, caribou, and moose. Try a camouflage stocking for your hunting lodge, or a classic woodsman’s plaid stocking. For a subtle touch, consider a woodland scene stocking perfect for nature lovers.

The best part about cabin stockings are the stocking stuffers. Fill your loved ones Christmas stockings with some rustic gifts, and don’t forget about your pooch.

3. Christmas Throws For The Cabin

When the snows lie deep outside, what better way to warm up than underneath a Christmas cabin throw? Or better yet, hand out cabin throws on Christmas morning by the fire. Moose, deer, bears, and woodland scenes bring cabin throws to life.

At night, climb into your favorite flannel woodland sheets for a truly rustic holiday experience. These sheets also make great gifts for friends and family who appreciate the outdoors but do not have a cabin of their own.

5. Pinecones For The Whole Season

Pine cones evoke wintry days as well as Christmas. A pine cone theme throughout your cabin in the winter is a classic way to celebrate the season. Pine cone rugs, mugs, wall art, dinnerware, lights, fireplace screens and accent pillows bring a wintry feel perfect for the winter holidays yet tasteful enough to leave up all season. Decorate your pine cone centerpieces with fresh pine boughs or holly for additional Christmas flair.

Get your cabin Christmas shopping done ahead of time and prepare your woodland retreat for the festivities to come.

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Posted by on December 13, 2015 in Uncategorized


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