Guest Picks: Conjure Cabin Style That's City Chic
Shake off wintry chills with updated versions of classic cabin-style accessories and accoutrements
Synonymous with snow is a cozy winter cabin equipped with all the essentials: a snug hearth, woolen blankets, hot drinks and lively games. But just because cabin decor is hearty doesn't mean that it needs to be heavy. Here are some fresh picks for the updated lodge that's still a merry affair, but a little more chic. All you need to do is add the company of family and friends. — Justine from Design Skool
Spacious and rugged yet lightweight, this canvas and wood bin adds a fresh touch to your fireplace.
Après ski or winter hike, nothing beats a friendly game of darts. This Belgian set has an old-school sense of style.
As a modern update on Hudson Bay–style camp blankets, the Khadi and Co. striped blanket is perfect for snuggling.
During a winter hike, cart your thermos in Jansport's rich red backpack. Like hot tomato soup, it warms the body and soul.
Even a chic cabin needs a little cuteness. Made from a mix of sawdust, wax and tar, Swedish moose lighters will always get your fire started.
A classic enamel cup in Swedish red is great for sipping cocoa or soup.
Rugged Italian denim lined with Japanese cotton chambray makes this sleeping bag so stylish that I'm inclined to keep it on permanent display — indoors!
Rustic woodgrain meets midcentury style in this teak side table. It is a perfect place to rest your book or cocoa while you stoke the fire.
Enjoy the luxury of making your coffee with this Hario drip pot from Japan. Then sit back and enjoy every drop of the rich, warm brew.
Jolly gingham linens are an updated cottage/cabin classic.
After a long day of winter fun, snuggle down into organic cotton sheets with vintage-style ticking.
Your overcoats will feel at home hanging from a bit of the outdoors.
Update your lantern with a little electricity and retro style. The soft glow of the Edison lamp allows you to read in bed while your partner sleeps undisturbed next to you.
As the Scots know, nothing is cozier than tweed. These cocoa-colored plaid pillows seem made for snuggling.
Even city slickers can start a fire with Jen Pearson's fire-starting kit. It's so cute and stylish that they might not even realize they are being outdoorsy.
This hand-loomed checked rug is as jolly to look at as it is cozy underfoot.
Bring a little of the outdoors in with these birch votive holders.
Whether or not you style it up with a cozy cable-knit sweater, the best way to warm your fingers and toes is with an old-fashioned hot water bottle.
Keep an eye on those plummeting temperatures with this stylish French thermometer.
Ideabook published on Feb. 18, 2013.
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