Many sets from Old-West movies are all about cabin-style interiors. That description may immediately scream "man cave," but it doesn't have to. Dark tones layered upon one another can be super sophisticated. Also, since cabins usually have some utilitarian use to them, it's common to see tools hung on walls as accessories, such as the military binoculars hanging on the wall behind the dining table here. The layers of rustic logs, heavy iron light fixture, rich wood table and weathered chairs are all the room could handle. By stopping there, it creates a beautiful balance. Grizzly bear taxidermy in the corner and a pig quilt on the wall would have been a more of a horror story than a design story.