Sep 01, 2022 | Carpet One Floor & Home
Rustic cabincore design is perfect for those looking to take their love for the outdoors, indoors. The cabincore aesthetic pulls the rich browns and earthy greens that nature has to offer into your home to form a serene cabin retreat.
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With a rustic cabincore aesthetic, your home can easily become a comfortable atmosphere that’s perfect for unwinding and curling up with a good book. So, how do you decorate your home to feel like a cozy cabin?
Design by PATTI WILSON Photography by MIKE CHAJECKI
One of the easiest ways to liven up your indoors and seamlessly blend with the outdoors is by incorporating natural materials into your design scheme. This means utilizing materials like wood, leather, faux hides, and natural fibers to pay homage to the great outdoors.
Incorporating fire into your rustic cabincore decor is a great way to instantly level up your home’s coziness factor. Whether it’s through a built-in fireplace or a wood-burning stove, highlighting the element of fire warms up your space –quite literally –and makes for the perfect cabin-like focal point.
Design by CYNTHIA SODA
When it comes to the color palette of your rustic cabincore aesthetic, it’s important to decorate with colors that make your home feel more connected to its natural surroundings. To do so, focus on using colors with a warmer, earthier tone like burnt orange, mustard yellow, brick red, and sage green.
When you embrace hygge, or the art of comfortable conviviality, in your home, you open up your space to a world of coziness, which is what cabincore is all about. Personal décor and layers are important to the rustic cabincore look, so incorporate throw pillows, blankets, and different textured rugs to fully embody comfort.
Design by LAURA HAY Photography by GILLIAN JACKSON
Perhaps one of the best parts about delving into a rustic cabincore aesthetic is that it won’t cost you an arm and a leg. The perfect pieces you’re looking for can easily be found at your local antique shop or second-hand store. From old-fashioned glassware and rustic mugs to antique globes and hardcover books, there’s an abundance of vintage treasures waiting to be found that will lend your home that cabincore feel.
Design by BIG SKY HOME INTERIORS Photography by JUSTIN JANE PHOTOGRAPHY
The lighting in your home can seriously transform your space into a cozy cabincore cave. By incorporating different sources of light and layering your lighting from task to ambiance to accent lighting, you can easily add warmth to your home. Use soft lighting such as candles or rustic pendants to give your space a comforting glow –and one that’s not just coming from the fireplace.
Looking for more inspiration for your next home project? Check out our latest issue of the Beautiful Design Made Simple magazine!