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Chic cabin bedroom with a hide rug headboard
1. Chic – Cabin bedroom elegantly decorated with hide rug headboard (above)

Came across a panoply of mountain rustic bedrooms when I was browsing through the portfolio of photographer Audrey Hall.  Got me in the mood for winter coziness.  I am not really a mountain cabin type of girl AT all…but I do love a wonderfully rustic well decorated mountain house.  Love the idea of snuggling up for a weekend stay at a cozy lodge.  Lots of rustic places fall into a cliche…kind of like a lot of country decor…but then there are the stand outs filled with charm, natural materials, design that hearkens back to a time before modern amenities and

Anyhooo…take a look at this selection of mountain bedrooms and let me know which is your favorite.

Log cabin bedroom with an iron chandelier, blue velvet sofa and canopy bed
2.  Fit for a king – Log cabin bedroom with iron chandelier, blue velvet sofa and a grand canopy bed(above)
Preppy cabin style bedroom with tree branch bed frame, orange dresser and brass lamp
3. Preppy – Tree branch bed frame and a bright orange dresser give this room a crisp preppy look. (above)
Luxurious cabin inspired bedroom with a stone fireplace, fur throw and a window seat
4. Luxurious – A stone fireplace with a roaring fire, a fur throw and a window seat replete with pillows. (above)
Modern rustic bedroom with fur blanket and flokati rug
5. Ultra Modern – A manicured mountain cabin bedroom brings in the rustic with with the canopy bed’s fur blanket and flokati rug. (above)

If I had to choose one, I would take the #1, the Chic bedroom. I love the hide rug on the wall behind the bed and the single wood log beam adding a touch of rustic.

Which is your favorite? Do you like mountain style?

Happy Tuesday!



  1. I love #’s 1 and 4. I AM a cabin girl. Live in an old converted barn in Colorado and Ralph Lauren has been my inspiration for as long as I can remember. I like # 1 for the rug used behind the bed and it’s uncluttered look. I like #4 for it’s lushness and mix of textiles and color. I have a similar chandelier in our living room. Thanks COCO!

  2. Toss up between #1 and #4. I love those built in niches in #1 but #4 is so cozy with that window seat…the perfect spot to sit and watch the snow fall.

  3. I like #2 and #5. #2’s dramatic punch is not usually my style, but everything just clicks in that room and it doesn’t knock you out with drama, it remains intriguing. #5 would be the rustic room i’d choose if it was for my own home. Great post!

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