Big old wooden lodge doors need something a little sparkly. This pinecone and metallic antler wreath will look fab all year long.
Pay homage to your ski lodge neighbors with some beautiful art. I love the colors and texture in this piece.
A stack (or five) of decorative birch logs will look perfect near the fireplace. The color of the wood grain makes these almost too good to burn.
Spread this amazingly soft faux-fur blanket down in front of the fire and get cozy. Clothing optional — wink, wink.
Forget the lifelike (and sometimes creepy) taxidermy. This stylish ram’s head will look right at home over the fireplace.
Mood lighting goes supersophisticated with these equestrian-style hurricane candleholders.
Romantic dinners by candlelight? Boring. Romantic dinners by candlelit antlers? Now you're talking!
Whether hot chocolate or Irish coffee, whatever poison you pick will look right at home in this faux-bois mug.
Crack open a seasonal ale in style with this antler bottle opener. Fair warning: Don’t store it in your pocket.
A no-fuss coffee table that will support your stockinged feet is a must. Luckily, this wood-grain beauty will stand up to the challenge.
Small details like this deer head key holder will give your lodge a rustic but sophisticated touch.
Rugged yet gorgeous furniture is key to a ski lodge’s aesthetic. This side table is functional yet interesting.
Bring the outdoors in with this wood bench. It would look great under a pair of vintage skis in the entryway.
You can’t have a ski lodge without some fun equipment lying around. This vintage toboggan lends the perfect amount of whimsy and charm.
If your lodge is less than luxe, this clever adhesive wood paneling can get you there quickly and without hiring a builder.