I recently saw an image of a dark and moody log cabin with complete minimal decor and a black leather Togo sectional. In a million years I wouldn't have thought about that as a success story, but it so, so was. This is my take on that design.
A vintage blanket with bright, poppy colors. I would use these in all the bedrooms.
Ah, the perfect foil to all that wood and leather.
Another tip to keep your cabin on the modern side is to use bold graphics — specifically, black and white. This rug is brand new from Crate and Barrel. Totally affordable and totally chic. This, good lighting and comfy seating are really all you need.
Going blackberry picking? Everybody needs somethin' to put their berries in. Or apples. Or mushrooms (what? you don't forage for mushrooms?) or sticks for kindling, right? This one is stylish enough to wear or display.
Go for sleek and modern shelves for all your Fishing for Dummies books.
Yes, a cabin cookbook, full of cabin-style meals like Slow Cooked Squirrel and Scrapple (look it up). Actually, there's nothing weird in this cookbook. Instead, you'll find Overnight Caramel Rolls (yes please) and Grilled Meatloaf (yum yum).
While I totally get that this looks EXACTLY like a shmoo (look it up), it also looks majorly comfortable and in your cabin that is pretty much all you want. I know my own 6-year-old daughter would probably be more excited about being reunited with this thing than the actual woods surrounding the cabin.
This Etsy seller has a great selection of nature-themed oil paintings. They aren't super serious but they are really good.
How cool is this thing?! This absolutely, 100 percent should be used in a minimal type of decor situation. It could easily go way too "Gilligan's Island" if you're not careful. I would put it on a desk with a few books, a propped painting and a plant — that is all.
For inspiration, of course!