Cozy Cabins

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We love urban life but when winter comes, nothing inspires our design daydreams like the interior of a cozy mountain cabin. Just think of it: windows closed against the chill and a fire flickering in the fireplace (and you know how we feel about fireplaces) while you snuggle up on a warm sofa covered in tons of blankets with a hot cup of tea and a great book for companionship (no wi-fi in the woods!) Don’t you just want to crawl into this photo right now?

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Because the cabin is such a traditional architectural style, old-school combinations like plaid and wood paneling look fantastic and fitting. Famous interior decorator Charles Faudree (now passed away) designed this cozy North Carolina cabin, which has an elegant yet lived in feel that’s perfect for a mountain getaway. We also love the incorporation of flea-store finds like the starburst mirror and oil painting of the horse.

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This Appalachian cabin is truly out of a storybook. Homespun touches like the woven jugs atop the hutch and the painted tins that serve as flower vases give this room a comfortable vibe. Though the furniture might look fussy in a contemporary design, it’s right at home in the cabin. There’s a touch of playful modernity in the colorfully upholstered chair.

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Not all cabins are 100% traditional, however. Designer Kara Adams used vintage headboards and handpicked duck decoys to bring a touch of the outdoors into this spacious white room.

What would your cozy cabin look like? Let us know in the comments!

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