Ladies Writing Desk Chair – It appears the rustic cabin and lodge seem decorating motif has gained much popularity nowadays. A slight breeze blowing, just enough to set the wind chimes into a soothing soothing movement. The odor of pine trees, the meadow living with newly opened wildflowers, in yellows, whites, and purples, the sky a crystal clear blue, a hint of wood smoke from the air. You are sitting in your cozy chair, gazing outside upon this royal beauty, a crackling fire dance in the rock fireplace, you are sipping a steaming cup of hot cocoa, the golden honey tones of your log home, giving you a sense of warmth, serenity, and comfort.
For those people who are fortunate enough to live this life, there is no better feeling. For all those of you who only fantasy this lifestyle, there is hope. You don’t need to live in a subtropical forest or nestled next to a remote lake to provide the interior of your home a warm cabin feeling.Not only are we seeing log houses getting increasingly more popular, we are also seeing more and more modern homes decorating together with the cabin décor theme.There is NOT just one ideal decorating design for a home. Your personality should be whatever makes you feel comfortable and secure. You would like a place to unwind, a cozy hang-out, a place where you could feel at ease. Carefully think about your lifestyle and habits, as this will play a fantastic part in your decorating theme. Incorporate what you like on your decorating.
Can you long for the cozy cabin feeling throughout your home, or can you just want one or two rooms that reflect that rustic cabin appeal? There’s one thing that plays a major part in the rustic cabin feel, this thing being wood. Oh, the joy of wood! Bringing Mother Nature’s beauty into your home. There’s an abundant variety of beautiful wood products to choose from, a number of the most commonly used for interior decorating are: Pine, aspen, maple, hickory, alder, cherry, walnut, weathered barn wood and red cedar. Wood flooring can create that country feeling, wood countertops and wood walls add warmth and coziness to your home. And then, we’ve got the accessories and furniture, coffee tables, end tables, dressers, dining room tables and chairs, desks, kitchen cabinetry, log beds, rustic rocking chairs, and the list goes on and on.
Other important aspects of cabin/lodge decorating are color, texture, and lighting. Introducing color and texture is essential. I have discovered that there are no bounds here. I have not found a color that doesn’t compliment the woodsy surroundings in a log home. Anything goes, from the pale colors of sage green, buttery yellows and powder blues into the stunning forest greens, rich purples, and deep reds. Accentuate your home with colours you love. Add braided area rugs to the ground, lay Indian blankets across the backs of furniture. Brightly colored quilts could be folded at the foot of beds. Include rustic touches with the addition of colorful plush cushions. Collect a bucket of pine cones and match your wicker baskets. Strategically place pottery on tables and also next to furniture.
Place vibrant colored placemats on the dining room table. Add handmade items throughout your home. Think beyond framed artwork to decorate your walls, anything around the walls can be a attractive display. I have a seven-foot aspen log onto my bedroom wall over my headboard. I peeled, sanded, finished it with a low gloss varnish and then inserted some greenery and pine cones. It looks remarkable. Curtains and window coverings may also help to enhance the lodge feeling and may be handmade in a fraction of the cost if you own your own sewing equipment.