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10 Things Every Single Guy Should Buy for His Bathroom…and More

Our friends at Zen College Life have recently published this very funny, and very informative article about the 10 things a single guy should buy for his bathroom.

The article goes on to talk about how single men don’t realize there are OTHER people who will use thier bathroom as well ( um, like women ). At, we can either help you purchase some of your 10 things, or we can suggest some bathroom products to enhance them.

Number one on the list is toilet paper. Yes. You should absoltely have toilet paper stocked in your bathroom at all times. Not just when it’s running low. You should always have extras. But go one step forward and have a paper toilet holder. How about one that is rustic and eye catching? Search our toilet paper holder section:

Or here is one of our favorites that includes a magazine holder for some reading material.
Oak and Antler Wall Mount Magazine Rack

Number two on the list: Bathroom rug.  We’ve got your covered.  Or we’ve got your floor covered, but you get the point.

Try a nice neutral colored bathroom rug that is warm and cozy on your feet.  Your feet will thank you when you get out of the shower.

Classic Burl Collection - Rug at Rocky Mountain Decor.

Number five on the list is a trash can.  Does this really even need to be on the list? Of course you need a trash can for your bathroom. Check out our selection of rustic and western trash cans.

Or one of our favorites:

Birch Bark Wastepaper Basket

Number eight on the list is Candles.  Make your bathroom smell like the outdoors with this Prarie Dew Candle:

CLEARANCE Prairie Dew Scented Candle Assortment -BSCD-85342-D

Or you could go one step forward and get really fancy with rustic candle holders, bathroom sconces, or other lights for your bathroom.

Number nine says shower liner. But you should also have a shower curtain to match your new candles, trash basket, and toilet paper holder.

Check out one of our favorite shower curtains for your bathroom:

The Bear Country Shower Curtain. It’s manly enough, but the bears on it will tug the heart strings of your lady friend visitors. And that’s really what it’s all about, isn’t it?
Bear Country Shower Curtain

And last on the list of 10 things a single man must have in their bathroom is one piece of art. You don’t have to buy a picasso to have a functional piece of art in your bathroom. It doesn’t even need to be a picture or painting. Check out our wide selection of rustic art:

Elk's Song (Framed)

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Posted by on February 9, 2012 in Rustic Bathroom


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Take a Load off Your Feet

You work hard, so at the end of the day, you deserve a break. And so do your feet. Relax, put your feet up. A whimsical and cute way to enjoy putting your feet up is with a Morris Moose Plush Footstool. Your feet will thank you, and your guests will get a “kick” out of it.
Morris Moose Plush Footstool

Standard footstools are just too big and too boring for your little ones. Surprise them with this amazing Morris Moose footstool designed with them in mind. The footstool is just as durable as it is adorable. It looks like just another stuffed animal, but it is durable enough to support several hundred pounds. The soft plush upholstery will make you just want to cuddle with it. At Rocky Mountain Decor, our passion is rustic decor and rustic styled accessories, relax and take your time to browse through all of the wonderful items that we have found for you; we know you love this style as much as we do!

Dimensions: 26″L x 12″W x 16″H Materials: Rugged Wooden Frame Plush Upholstery

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Posted by on February 3, 2012 in Foot Rest, Furniture


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Wikipedia describes the majectic moose as: “The moose (North America) or Eurasian elk (Europe) (Alces alces) is the largest extant species in the deer family. Moose are distinguished by the palmateantlers of the males; other members of the family have antlers with a dendritic (“twig-like”) configuration. Moose typic

ally inhabit boreal and mixed deciduous forests of the Northern Hemisphere in temperate to subarctic climates. Moose used to have a much wider range but hunting and other human activities greatly reduced it over the years. Moose have been re-introduced to some of their former habitats. Their diet consists of both terrestrial and aquatic vegetation. The most common moose predators are wolves, bears, and humans. Unlike most other deer species, moose are solitary animals and do not form herds. Although generally slow-moving and sedentary, moose can become aggressive and move surprisingly fast if angered or startled. Their mating season in the autumn can lead to spectacular fights between males competing for the right to mate with a particular female.”

Moose are fascinating animals and they make spectacular home decor. You’d be surprised all of the things you can add a moose to and make it look rustic and wonderful.  With its grand antlers, unmistakable silhouette, and regal air, the moose is one of the most impressive and beloved creatures of the wild. Its image is widely popular in log cabin decor and rustic home furnishings. Now you can bring the spirit of the moose to your own home, thanks to our collection of fine moose art, moose furniture, moose bedding, moose bathroom accessories, and more. Find the perfect accessories to complement your rustic lodge furniture or cabin decor. Enjoy our vast collection, including moose-themed tapestries, bookends, sculptures, pillows, clocks, and beyond. Whether you’re looking for the right accessories to give your home’s rustic decor an extra touch of wild romance, or hunting for the perfect  gift for your favorite moose enthusiast, you’ll be sure to find what you need from Rocky Mountain Decor’s moose decor collection. Check out some of our moose decor:



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Posted by on November 14, 2011 in Moose Decor


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Big Game Antlers- a quick guide…

Antlers are awesome- from the wide antlers of Bull Moose, to the delicate branchlike growths of Caribou, no two are alike.  But can you tell the difference? Some people have a hard time remembering the difference between various types of antlers and their owners. Here’s a good way to remember- I use it all the time to teach my friends and family.

“Silent Waters” by John Seerey-Lester

Spread out your hands real wide and stick your thumbs on your temples, with you palms facing upward. That’s a Moose- with PALMATE antlers.

“On The Move” by George LaVanish

Now, move your outstretched hands to the top of your head, resting your wrists on the top of you head and your thumbs facing back. Curl your fingers like you’re holding a ball. That’s a Deer with their basket-like antler structure.

Whitetails and Mule Deer have Different antler structures-Whitetails have a single beam that arches over their head like a crown,whereas Muley’s branch upwards like a tree.

“Indian Summer” by Carl Brenders
Now, keep your hands spread wide and put your elbows against your ears. This resembles the single beam of Elk antlers that go back from the head and over the back. Your forearms represent the beam that the points extend from.

Remember these positions and you’ll be able to recall which animal owns which antlers- not to mention a neat way to teach folks about Big Game,  in a fashion they’ll never forget!

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