In the entryway: Why not give your wet boots their very own woodstove to dry them off and warm them up?
In the kitchen: A rough hewn wooden countertop and a wood planked ceiling bring the woodsy to this modern space.
Modern contemporary light fixtures, modern chairs and stainless appliances balance out the exposed beams, planked ceiling and wood cabinets.
Industrial stools and pendants lend vintage modern style to this cabin kitchen.
From outside: A copper roof, large timbers and the branch railing detail announce "This pavilion belongs in the woods!"
I know you're supposed to turn the lights off as you leave a room, but it would be so nice to approach this glowing lantern on a pair of cross-country skis and know some hot chocolate and a fire awaited me inside!
In the dining room: Asian and Scandanavian accents play off and frame the woodsy view.
In the living room: You can keep things spare and minimal and still be cozy when you're in a glass box that's nestled in the trees.
Arrange the room so that you can enjoy the woodstove and the view at once.
In the bedroom: The room does not need to have a bearskin rug and antlers everywhere to get the woodsy look. Just open up the view outside and complement it with warm neutral hues and wood accents.