Every fall, we get cabin fever. Lodge living spells coziness by the fire and a rustic break from the daily grind. Of course, you’ll want the requisite décor to match the mood, and – as always – we curate down to the coffee mugs. If you already have the giant moose head mounted, cozy heirloom quilts and crocheted throws lying about, and piles of firewood at the ready, here are a few more ideas to inspire your cabin style.



Get into the spirit of the wild with the Moose Lodge Throw with cozy fleece and plaid or the European Mount Pillow, which invokes a French hunting chateau with its hand-spun wool Aubusson good looks. It’s stuffed with feather down. For an inexpensive nod to hunting cabin style, check out these playful Moose Wall Hooks.



Animals also factor hugely in the Antler Toilet Paper Holder, Forest Wildlife Bath Towels and Duck Decoy. If these things are two tschotschke-esque, perhaps this incredible Cow Skull will tickle your fancy. Handcrafted by a Navajo artisan, it boasts true turquoise stones.


You don’t need to go hunting in the woods. Others have done the task well and crafted this beautiful Antler Bookshelf. The antlers of this majestic piece are elk, and the lovely lodge accent piece is proudly made in the USA, albeit at a bit steep price. But what’s a cabin without books? There’s nothing like reading by a crackling fire. Much, much more affordable and also sold via is this cute, vintage-looking Diamond Pine Cricket Stool. It has a timeless, old-fashioned appeal that looks right at home in a wood lodge.


Via France, land of posh ski chalets, this impressive Wood Mural makes a perfect wall backdrop. Inquire with the company for details on this amazing, glued wood wall piece. Other cabin appropriate items for those with more minimalist tastes include this elegant, not-so-cabin-kitschy Carafe.



Last but not least, the Teton Twig Armchair is a handcrafted, super comfy looker of a seat that recalls the Rocky Mountain splendor of the Teton Range.


(Photo credit: feature image of ski chalet interior via Leo Trippi; top image via Big Cedar Lodge)