Although many owners of log cabins choose to have a traditional interior, there are others who opt for more unique and quirky décor details.
For example, shabby chic, including whitewashed walls and distressed woodwork, is becoming increasingly popular. Others build into their bespoke log cabins or their outdoor huts and gazebos, small nooks and crannies which may be used as tiny private areas. These spaces may be equipped with large light fixtures, making them perfect reading recesses.
Exposed timber and wooden ceiling beams are also fashionable, along with other features like shelving or cupboards made from reclaimed wood. Bunk or spa rooms are the perfect additions to log cabins and when the walls or floors are covered with a darker wood stain,and several candles sconces are selected, the sense of luxury and cosiness is enhanced. Special adornments such as furniture made from the unused or recycled wood left over from the cabin or outdoor bbq hut is a great touch, as well as helping to ensure there is no wastage from the construction. Exposed stairways made from the same leftovers can be a way of adding a statement piece to log cabins.
Rustic and western themes may be achieved with the use of classic pieces such as wool rugs, handmade blankets and large chandelier lighting fittings. It is also worth thinking about adding wooden columns, stone fireplaces and slate flooring.
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