10 Ways to Channel the Lodge Look at Home
Want to make your home feel like a perfectly rustic yet stylish lodge? Here’s how to nail the look in your decor
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Let the living room feel grand with high ceilings and an open floor plan. Here, the rafters and beams were stripped of paint and a new hearth made of Sierra white granite was installed (in lieu of a disco-era fireplace that blocked views).
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Nothing says lodge lounge like a luxurious leather chair. This slim profile design means it lives large even in tight spaces.
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Faux (and Haute) Antlers
Get that rustic high-design look with this white-washed faux antler pendant light. Hand-molded polyresin means the forms have true-to-life details.
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Set up a sanctuary in the bathroom. Here, cedar siding helps the tub area feel alfresco while a sliding glass door and skylight provide natural light.
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Chose essentials like mirrors that are framed in elegant natural materials like leather. This hanging wall mirror has the personality of a rustic ranch with the soul of a mountain lodge.
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Create a lodge vibe wherever you are with home accessories in natural materials. These planters made of Paulownia wood almost make your houseplants look like they're outdoors.
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Create room for lolling. Pair an oversized armchair with a soft rug and reading light to snuggle up in any space. Pictured here: The Ranch at Rock Creek in Philipsburg, MT.
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Elevate your entertaining spread with hand-forged stainless steel flatware that looks rustic, yet has a sense of glamour. The metallic shine creates a beautiful contrast with a wood table and white or beige linens.
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Let your bedroom live large with a simple palette of woods and whites, adding pops of color through textiles like rugs, pillows, and bedding.
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Create a natural glow on the back patio with candle lanterns. These wood and rope lanterns have the option to be hung and we love them in pairs or as a group lining the perimeter of a space.