Guest Picks: Rustic Chic Cabin Retreat
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What makes a dream vacation cabin? For me, it's lots of glass, metal and rustic wood to make it feel both welcoming and classy all at the same time. I'd equip it for sultry summers spent on the porch (of course there's a porch!) with a fan close at hand, or a fireplace with a plush blanket for winter months. No matter when you visit there'd be only one thing on the agenda: Put up your feet and relax! — Kelly from Design Crush
I'm head over heels for this retired wine barrel swing. I'd hang it at the end of a long hallway for an element of surprise.
The coolest tripod fan I've ever seen, those legs just scream PUT ME IN YOUR COZY LIVING ROOM.
This beautiful walnut cutting board looks like a family heirloom that I'd keep out on the countertop at all times.
This sweet lamp would be happily at home lighting up the darkest corner of my house.
I'd stick this floor lamp in my cozy reading nook corner.
I'd use this roped cloche to bring a little life inside by housing an air plant or two under its glass.
This lamp is slightly unusual in shape, and I think every room needs at least one piece that's a little interesting in that way. I'd use it on a desk.
I love the clean lines of this circle shelf. It lends itself well to the sparse accessories I imagine in my dream home.
I would definitely install a Lancer fireplace in my living room to take things up a notch on the chic-o-meter.
This would be the perfect bar cart to wheel around to my guests, serving hot toddies and buttered rum!
I love this stool/side table hybrid. I'd put it in the living room with a table lamp, then use it for extra seating when guests come over.
Exaggerated iron nails would make sweet coat hooks in the entryway or a spot for wet towels in the bathroom.
The perfect place to store my cookies in the kitchen or my nail polish in the bathroom. And the farmhouse red is spot on.
While this pendant sits on the more modern side of design, the handcrafted feel along with the wood base would make it look right in place in my dream rustic kitchen.
This double sink is the perfect mix of rustic and traditional. I'd put it in a Jack and Jill bathroom or the laundry room.
Repurposed automotive parts would feel right at home in a rugged space such as this, just like a farmhouse. I'd put this pendant to use over the dining table.
This chair can be broken down and toted from place to place, and the supple leather has such a warm feeling to it. I'd love to carry it out next to a fire pit.
I love the simplicity and light wood used in this clock. I could literally put it in any room of my house and it would fit right in.
Ideabook published on July 9, 2011.
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