Cabin chic is a stylish and cozy decor style that mixes traditional cabin elements and modern touches. If you adore rustic, earthy rooms and want to give your home a more inviting feel, but you also like the aesthetic that comes with modern and contemporary designs, cabin chic will be right up your alley. Whether you opt to deck out your entire house with the look or you use it for a small portion of your abode, you’ll find that it’s incredibly versatile and looks great year round. Here are ten rooms that exude a cabin chic vibe.
1. Cozy master bed and bath
This master bedroom and its accompanying bathroom both have a beautiful rustic design that’s infused with modern touches. The profiles of the furniture in each room flaunt sleek lines, and there are plenty of luxurious finishes such as the marble counters in the bathroom. Still, what stands out most are the rustic elements in each space. To contrast the textures and warm tones of the wood, smooth white linens and bedding were used.
2. Stylish rustic touches
If you prefer contemporary style, you can mix it with cabin chic elements for a gorgeous result. This living area looks effortlessly stylish, but it’s also casual, inviting, and contains the perfect mix of decorative accessories. One detail that makes this room work year round is the floral window treatments, which pull in all the colors of the space while also preventing it from looking too winter-centric.
3. A romantic retreat
This bedroom showcases just how versatile cabin chic style is, as it takes the softest elements of it and creates a romantic setting. Wood paneling from floor to ceiling warms up the space and makes it look like a cozy hideaway, and white fabric draped around the bed creates an intimate vibe. Using the same style of fabric for the windows pulls the design together, and opting for white seating keeps the design from becoming bogged down with visually heavy pieces.
4. Eclectic and trendy
There’s so much to love about this living area, from its eclectic couches to the industrial quirky decor on the walls. What’s most pronounced is a rustic atmosphere, largely created by a wall of cut logs and exposed wooden beams on the ceiling. The style of light fixtures, which are comprised of wire, lend an industrial element to the mix. A pair of faux fur couch covers are another interesting part of the design that adds textural interest to the space.
5. Beautiful warm tones
Cabin chic style simply begs for a palette with warm, earthy tones. This bedroom has that in addition to a number of gorgeous vintage elements and interesting textiles. Wood paneling gives the space a rustic vibe, as does the style of accents used throughout. The print on the area rug is reminiscent of southwestern style decor, and the art print above the bed is a well done nod to country living. To give the room a modern edge flowing window treatments, a textured upholstered headboard, and cream colored bedding were added.
6. Rustic meets contemporary
If you want to give your cabin chic room a contemporary look, add in vibrant color and graphic prints. Teal chairs with accents of rust red and golden yellow perk up this space and add a splash of color to a design palette that’s otherwise filled with dark neutrals. There are also deep green and orange touches in other areas of the dining space that give it lots of style.
7. Inviting and elegant living room
Cabin chic doesn’t always equate to using dark paint or wood paneling, as this room proves. The living area is bright, covered in soft white paint, and has a few glam touches, but it still retains an earthy character due to its neutral tones, stone fireplace, and the exposed beam ceiling. If you like the idea of having a welcoming and cozy living area but you don’t want to fill your home with heavy wood furniture or other elements commonly seen in rustic interiors, a design such as this one is the way to go.
8. Cabin chic kitchen
Weathered woods are perfect for cabin inspired rooms, and this kitchen is full of it. The ceiling is planked in white washed wood, as are the counters and center island. An antique looking stove is an interesting addition that lends authenticity to the design’s aesthetic, and a collection of copper kitchenware displayed on open shelves does the same. A farmhouse sink looks right at home in this kitchen, and it sits right in front of a large arched window. Not everything is vintage in this kitchen, however, as it also has gleaming stainless steel appliances for contrast.
9. Salvaged beauty
Taking discarded items and repurposing it into gorgeous decor is a huge trend, and it’s also a great design strategy to use for cabin chic rooms. This sitting area has salvaged wood planks covering a portion of the ceiling, which gives the area a unique look that’s both modern and rustic. A trio of light fixtures looks great above a repurposed palette that was turned into a small sofa, and the subtle navy stripes on the area rug provide just enough color. Complementary accents, organic decor, and neutral fabrics help pull the design together and give the room a clean look.
10. Elegant dining area
Most wouldn’t think that a cabin chic room could also be elegant, but that’s the most fitting way to describe this beautiful dining area. The wood framing the windows and covering the walls, floor, and ceiling are what provide the rustic and earthy element, while lovely drapes, chandeliers, and a long formal table add an air of sophistication. The primary decor on the table is a collection of striking red candles and an array of glass candle holders in different shapes and sizes, and the display makes the room look even more beautiful, intimate, and refined.