Warm up to rustic Canadiana. Our take on relaxed cabin style is perfect for cottages and condos alike. A palette of natural wood, warm brown, mixed metals and pops of red and white create an inviting winter hideaway, no matter where you live. Here are easy ways to get the look now.
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Chateau d’Ax 100% Genuine Leather Sofa - Charcoal
Galveston Coffee Table with Hidden Casters
Galveston End Table
Harvey 54" TV Stand
Oil-Rubbed Bronze Task Table Lamp
Alpaca Snow Area Rug – 5' x 8'
Calistoga Open Bookcase
Wilson Queen Bed
Makati Accent Cabinet – Cream
Black Arc Floor Lamp with Gold Metal Shade
Geo Loop Blue Area Rug – 5' x 8'
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Tip #1: REPURPOSE YOUR TV STAND
They’re not just for home entertainment anymore! Stash board games, books, baskets – and more – behind clutter-defying closed doors. The upper surface is the best place to display eye-catching seasonal ornaments and decorations.
Tip #2: INCLUDE NATURAL MATERIALS
Natural-grain wood and leather are as hard-wearing as they are stylish, making them an excellent pick for homes with pets. Leather is more durable than other upholstery materials, and stray fur can be vacuumed away with ease.
Tip #3: COZY UP TO LEATHER
Leather is a classic cabin-decor element. Use cozy accessories like a shaggy area rug and fluffy faux-shearling to warm up a masculine sofa, like this deep brown number.
TIP: Hang a wall mirror to make any room feel bigger and brighter.
Tip #4: DESIGN A CABIN BEDROOM
Use cabin style to give your bedroom a chalet bed-and-breakfast aesthetic. Here, natural wood furniture and burnished metal accessories are warmed up with a colourful area rug and holiday ornaments.
Tip #5: ADD AN ACCENT TABLE
Accent cabinets are more versatile than you may think! Move them from room to room, wherever you want two-in-one display and storage space. The metal X motifs on this cabinet’s glass doors add a unique ornamental detail.