Living the hectic life of the city, haven’t we all always fantasized about a simple, stress-free, and chaos-less life in the woods? The urge to be surrounded by nature, and get in the most natural light is now a luxury, isn’t it?
Thanks to the internet for the much-needed fall trend called the cabin core that found its much-deserved place in the world of interior design.
Now, what if you could have all the beauty, peace, and serenity of nature, in your own space? To have a warm and cozy cabin bedroom while drinking your hot chocolate on a cold day and stargazing?! That sounds like a dream indeed!
You’re just a few steps away from nailing the cabin core aesthetic. So now, sit back and get inspired by a visual tour of 21 different ways you can make your own cabin-styled bedroom! (And thank me later!)
Try A Classic cabin bedroom
Nothing beats the classic! Make sure you get the primary elements right. Use natural materials like raw wood and stone for your cabin walls and use décor that adds to the cabin aesthetic.
Having a fireplace has its own perks! You can make that a focal point in your bedroom to stay toasty on a cold day.
The modern style works best if you’re not looking for a lot of change but still want a cozy and warm cabin bedroom idea.
Consider using neutral colors with modern furnishings and ambient lighting to set the mood right.
Country-style cabin Room
The key to creating a country-styled cozy cabin bedroom is to keep your surroundings simple by using clean lines and sober designs.
You can add more character to your space by using a bed frame that can also act as a focal point! Add some warm, muted lighting, and clean decor, and pick a color palette that has a range of bright and pastel colors.
Try a Woody Style
How much wood is too much wood? Don’t shy away from using wood in your interiors! Add wooden false or vaulted ceilings, wooden wall cladding, and beams! It can accentuate your bedroom and give it the literal cozy cabin feel!
No point in not using wood. Is there?
Somber Colors Can Help!
Somber colors, when used with the right contrasting tones, can make your room feel very cozy and relaxing.
Steal this look by using a cozy plush for your bedding. And to define this cabin style, paint your walls with somber colors like beige or tan. Better, try using somber-colored wall panels to let the cozy cabin bedroom feel more natural and effortless.
Can’t Beat Boho!
You can never go wrong with a bohemian-styled cabin bedroom. It’s effortless and has a lot of personal touch to the room as much as a simple boho bedroom has!
Hang a few plants by the window, throw a chenille throw, use throw pillows, pick warm tones for your fabrics and get handcrafted décor for your walls. Simple.
Scandi-Cabin Is Serene!
Scandi is most sought-after because of the elegant appeal it has to offer, and it makes a great bedroom design. A scandi bedroom when married with the cabin aesthetic might be the combo your heart has been wanting for ages! (without you knowing!)
Pick quality over quantity and make sure you minimize the clutter and use more natural materials. Add hygge and don’t forget the wood finishes and natural light to give it the typical cabin feel.
Hygge– A Danish word that describes elements that make something cozy together. They could be things like candles, lights, or other things that you find comforting!
Rock It With Rustic!
The most sought-after cabin-style bedroom is rustic, and that’s for a reason! It is effortlessly stunning and defines a space in the best way possible.
Highlight the natural elements in your cozy cabin bedroom and let the ruggedness show! A fireplace could act as a nice focal point, or why not experiment with having intricate wooden paneling on the wall backing your bed frame?
Add Jewel Tones
Jewel tones are colors ranging from sapphire green to purple and various shades of blue.
Using a nice bold color for your walls while keeping your bedroom furniture can help to create a nice touch of warmth for the perfect cabin bedroom aesthetic, with a touch of modernity!
Or How About Soft Tones?
If you want to go for a softer look for your cabin bedroom idea, pick lighter shades of colors ranging from pastels to neutrals. A blue and white color combination gives a cool and coastal vibe. Or you could go for a kawaii color palette consisting of all light and pastel hues.
Besides, add rugs and carpets, with some nice abstract and floral patterns to give a springy and cheerful vibe to your cozy cabin bedroom.
Some Nice Evergreen Neutral!
Setting up a neutral-themed room is very budget-friendly. You can easily acquire décor since it’s available almost anywhere you look!
Neutral tones can add very warm and grounded vibes to your bedroom. Use neutral tones for your rugs, sheets, and walls. And if nothing else- then the bedding.
All White And Bright
White has always symbolized purity, and as bedrooms tend to be the place where you need constant decluttering, it is perfect for your room- a match made in heaven.
With white as the dominating color, you can consider using wooden flooring and furniture to add more natural elements and color to the space. Everything white isn’t ideal, anyway.
Go For A Cabin Chic!
Chic has French origins and can describe a variety of interior design styles with a casual, understated appearance but with a completely overhauled, new, hip, and modern vibe.
For a cabin chic room look, use monochromatic colors and natural materials with pops of bright pink, yellow, and other bright colors that girls love! But take care of the cabin vibe too, with enough wood, natural light, and decor.
Add Some Luxury!
If you want to feel like you are on a cabin retreat in the wilderness, making your space look luxurious works best!
For that, use some luxurious lighting and decor, use wooden furniture to bring in more natural material to your room, and don’t skip the chandelier. Consider using deep colors and red tones for your bedroom wall.
Make It Dark
Paint your cabin walls dark, the darker the merrier applies here! You can play with lighting here. Use it as a piece of decor more than as a lighting source. Pendant lighting works best!
In contrast, you can pick jewel-toned throws, rugs, and velvet to add a hint of luxury and darkness. And easiest of all, add dark wallpapers for your walls, so the bedroom doesn’t come out as dull and boring!
Small Spaces Make The Best Cabins!
No other space can give a cozier feel than a small space can. It is ideal for a cozy cabin bedroom!
But it is important to keep a small cabin-style room clean and clutter-free. Use minimal furniture, and duck into your bedroom corners, with a nice couch or a small reading nook.
You can also decorate a small cabin using pendant lighting to avoid overwhelming the space, and use wood throughout!
Keep It Minimal
Practically, there is no need for adding A LOT of things to a space, when it can be pretty and functional with a few.
A neutral color palette, nice comfy bedding, and some modern wall décor for your bedroom would work just fine. Keep your things more organized with nice storage spaces that aren’t very flashy so they can blend in with your wall to maximize the minimal look!
For an A-frame Attic bedroom
An A-frame/ attic bedroom can easily be converted into a cabin-styled bedroom, with just a few additions.
Add a full-length glass wall/window that can bring in ample amounts of sunlight while also keeping you connected to your surroundings. And try a chandelier suspended from the ceiling to make a statement. Consider a minimalistic approach to your interiors as it’ll define the space better.
If clean cuts and sharp lines defined by natural materials spark joy for you, a wabi-sabi cabin room is your thing! It adds a lot of warmth while still keeping the space feel more classy and sophisticated.
Once designing, take great care of the colors so that the bedroom doesn’t lose the cozy and natural vibes that a cabin retreat ought to provide!
Mid-century cabin-style bedroom
The most iconic interior design has to be mid-century modern! It is stylish and famous.
Just pick a nice color palette with great contrast and some good bedroom lighting. You can also emphasize your walls better by paneling them. Don’t be afraid to use bold colors to make your interiors pop!
Mix And Match!
If creativity runs in your blood, it is time to experiment. You can keep the basic elements ( read our quick guide below!) and experiment with different styles in your bedroom, like modern & bohemian or with electric hippie style to reminisce about the 70s!
Tips To Decorate Your Best & Not-So-Tacky Cabin Bedroom
Lighting is very important! Because it has a big influence on the accents that are added to your space to transform it
For a cozy cabin vibe, use ambient lighting, or accent lighting to add some warmth, if you have a little cabin room. You can also use lights and candles! For a rustic look, go for chandeliers to add a hint of grandeur.
The color palette for a cabin-themed bedroom is warm and earthy tones like browns, shades of green, orange, deep red, and mustard yellow. The hack is to just make your space more connected to nature, and use colors inspired by it.
Fabric and patterns
Cabincore is just the perfect setting for picking out the fabric and patterns! There is so much you can do with these, plaid patterns, and knitted or embroidered fabrics will be a great addition to your surroundings! Cover your floors with some rugs, and use throws for your bed.
Modern décor and accessories
Get inspired by the cabins in the woods. Look for cabin bedroom décor ideas that can evoke a sense of being in the wilderness, like faux leather items, and layer your textures!! Feel free to experiment with different patterns. You can also retrofit rustic elements to your bedroom!
Hygge is the Danish word for the art of comfort, it’s a term that is very familiar in the cabin core realm where you let your surroundings open up to feel more related to it. So keeping your space decluttered is important, while still making it cozy, and you don’t have to go overboard with the décor as well!
Using wood as a natural material
At last, the most important design element is natural materials, like wood, stone, faux leather, fibers, and linen to make the indoors feel more close to nature so it can seamlessly blend in with the surroundings or by themselves. It works best for a small cabin bedroom that requires minimal decor.