The key to that, I think, is the thoughtful and giving nature that underlies all the celebrations throughout November and December. The cheerful decor that comes with these seasonal festivities certainly doesn’t hurt, though.
How you chose to decorate your cabin for the holidays plays a role in the welcoming appeal of this home for family and friends. It’s a great time of year to explore different decorating ideas, try new arrangements and even experiment with a variety of textures to create the right look for you. We reveal tricks of the trade from decorating pros, as well as six great reader examples, to inspire your new seasonal look.
Decorating in the smaller confines of a cabin is not without its challenges, though. It’s easy to misinterpret scale and balance, but that shouldn’t deter you from testing bigger and better ideas. We guide you through the thought process for creating a lodge-style look in any size room in Decor.
Sometimes it takes the helpful eye of a trained professional to create a truly unique look. Interior designer Elizabeth Schultz incorporated a mix of modern updates with timeworn materials to instill the right amount of Western ambience into the Sallingers’ renovated cabin.
“Elizabeth was fearless,” says homeowner Denise Sallinger. “And she figured me out quickly, not throwing too many choices at me.”
See the details of this project, along with two other intriguing cabin tours.