Add a charming touch of woodland prettiness with the Log Pile cushion from Roddy & Ginger. It would be perfect in a cozy chair by the fireside.
This is a brilliant item to have on hand at a chalet or cabin — a set of chalk tablets. They're perfect for jotting down boardgame scores, ideas for a poem or a visiting friend's recipe for granola. No more scrounging for scraps of paper.
If you find yourself losing track of the days while you're relaxing at your chalet retreat, this pretty art print calendar by Anek will not only keep you on schedule, but also add charm to your kitchen.
A modern classic, the 406 Armchair by Alvar Aalto would look wonderful in a little chalet with a fluffy sheepskin draped over the back for extra warmth. I love this version, with the contrast of the black linen webbing against the pale wood.
I love the clean modern shape of this handmade birdhouse — the lovely cedar wood reminds me of traditional Scandinavian saunas, while the matte black painted roof adds an elegant contrast to the warmth of the wood. Just looking at this pretty house is as enjoyable as observing its feathered tenants!
This pretty sugar bowl featuring the classic gray Linear Stem print by Orla Kiely would look just as good holding sweets as it would holding jewelry. I love the contrast of the graphic ceramic bowl with the lid of exotic Freijo wood too.
Sturdy enough to hang the bulkiest down-filled coat on, the design of this elegantly simple Twiggy hook comes from the twig perches that StudioLiscious makes for their line of birdhouses and feeders. I love the texture of the birch plywood base — so pretty.
Add a little romance to your cozy cabin with this candle, which will fill the room with a wintry fresh scent of spruce, Scot's pine and fir trees. You will also admire the warm glow through the pretty pine branch pattern on the glass holder.
This strikingly graphic, hand-printed rug from Haus Interior would look fantastic on a wood floor while adding a bit of warmth underfoot.
Keep your tea, cookies and crispbreads tucked away in style in this lovely trio of solid teak mid-century canisters. They're perfect for a tiny kitchen, where good-looking storage is a must.
This charming set of 1970s teak salt and pepper shakers is pretty enough to keep out on the dining room table even when there's no meal being served. I love them.
I just love the great silhouette of the charming Baby Rocket Stool by Eero Aarnio — it's like sculpture you can sit on. But besides being handy extra seating, it would be just as useful as a side table or bedside table.
Add a reference to the forests outside your window with this interesting white birch wall art, made from reclaimed white birch from Maine. I love how it's both organic and modern.