Guest Picks: Après-Ski
It's the time of year when the snow falls in the mountains, and I just want to ski. Once I'm in my beloved Lake Tahoe, sometimes it's the après-ski chic that enchants me just as much as swishing down the slopes. Here are some ways to bring chalet style to any home. — Liren from Kitchen Confidante
A massive and unique table like this would be the perfect place to gather for a hearty meal after a day on the slopes.
Simple centerpieces of large pinecones elegantly bring the outdoors in.
The glow of these pillars will set the mood for a cozy meal after a day outdoors.
Supple leather chairs are necessary at the dining table for après-ski chic.
There's nothing more soothing than a bubble bath after skiing. Warm up the bathroom with the natural copper tones in this set.
Rich copper tones add a beautiful glow after the sun sets in the mountains.
Take inspiration from the mountains in this hand-carved boulder vessel sink.
Hand towels will hang gracefully on this bar adorned with a pine design.
Some of my favorite ski resorts are on this fantastic print. It's such a great way to decorate a wall.
I love these hand-painted signs. Why not create a customized version for your own cabin?
Modern and sleek, this wall art decal would be fantastic in a ski loft.
Everyone needs to hang their coats when they come in from the snow, so how about this rack fashioned from antique skis?
There's nothing more homey than vintage snowshoes adorning a wall. They're great statement pieces for an entry.
Not every day can be a ski day. When it's blustery outside, I would love to stay cozy inside with a game table like this.
Everyone races to the benches when it's time to take off those ski boots. This would be most welcome in the foyer.
I love this rustic and modern coffee table fashioned from a slab of wood.
You can never have enough pillows, especially when covered in faux mink. Keep some on the couch, by the fire or in a cozy chair, and they'll quickly be luxurious places to relax.
The zen-like lines of this red lacquer pottery dovetails nicely with chalet chic. Simple, strong and focused, the pieces would work very well in a sophisticated ski cabin.