Do you have a place near the lake or a cozy cottage in the mountains? Maybe you’ve just built the home of your dreams in rustic style on a piece of land in your hometown. Whatever the case, we’ve found 13 of the most charming DIY decor pieces to add to your log cabin. Take a peek at some of these unique finds below!
1. Copper + Wood Side Table
You can DIY some of your own furniture for the cabin – including chairs, benches … and side tables too. Use this in the bedrooms or in the living spaces. And add a modern edge by mixing wood with copper. Check the details at Look What I Made.
2. Wood Plank Cross Stitch
Make it & Love it walks us through the process of taking an old wooden plank and turning it into a fun new piece of decor for the walls. Cross stitch is a charming way to decorate any house, but it’s particularly perfect in such a farmhouse-inspired scene.
3. Mason Jar Storage
Mason jars are a no brainer when it comes to creating decor for your log cabin. And we love this Mason Jar Crafts tutorial. Use these pretty pieces to organize all the bathroom necessities.
4. Grapevine Wreath
Every home needs a pretty wreath and when it comes to log cabin – grapevine styles are the best route to take. This one from At Home With the Barkers includes a bit of greenery that adds just the right amount of femininity needed.
5. Farmhouse Rods
Even your curtain rods could have a rustic makeover. Love Grows Wild will show you how to make your window dressings fall nicely in line with your log cabin vision.
6. Dowel Ladder
At The Merrythought, you’ll learn how to create this dowel ladder that can be used for a multitude of purposes. Of course it fits nicely within the rustic theme but it’s a great way to organize blankets or use as an organizational piece.
7. Wood-Sliced Mirror
One way to add log cabin style to your …. log cabin … is to add wood slices to anything you feel fits. We love this idea from Hometalk. Take a bare, boring mirror and turn it into something brand new!
8. Jarred Centerpiece
A mix of wood, mason jars, and some baby’s breath is all you need to create the perfect rustically-right centerpiece around. This look is warm, welcoming, and works year-round. Follow along at Love Grows Wild.
9. Cotton Stems
Cotton stems are another great way to decorate your log cabin as it adds a fun, farmhouse, and southern style to the mix. Dress up the mantel or create new centerpieces. All with some help from Meet Our Life.
10. Sconce Light
Add both edge and function to your log cabin. Use these by the guests’ beds and make nighttime a little more stylish. The tutorial can be found over at Shanty 2 Chic.
11. Custom Wood Signs
Wood signs in any capacity are a good choice too. This cutie from Thistle Wood Farms, for instance, stays within that log cabin or rustic vision. And it’s a great way to put your personal spin on everything.
12. Floating Shelves
These floating linen shelves would definitely come in handy, especially in smaller homes. Use these in the bathrooms or even in some of the storage spaces. Check it out at Ella Claire.
13. Birch Coasters
You’ll need some coasters around of course. So, why not use some birch? Add some metallics or dipped shades to give it a personalized, modern spin – or leave them bare. The tutorial for these cuties can be found at Dans le Lakehouse.