How To Make Your Home Feel Like A Cabin, According To An Etsy Expert

Brittany Nims

Picture it: You’re curled up under a plaid woolen blanket holding a steaming mug of cocoa. A warm fireplace glows in front of you, and the smell of bonfire and pine fills the air.

Sounds like the recipe for a perfect mountain getaway, right? Fortunately, you don’t have to live in the Smoky Mountains to enjoy the cozy perks of a luxe cabin lifestyle, says Dayna Isom Johnson, Etsy’s resident trend expert.

“Etsy sellers are creating the most unique options ― from pinecone pillows to firewood displays ― to give your home that cozy cabin feel, no matter where you are,” Johnson says. 

Below, we’ve rounded up 29 tips and tricks to make your home feel like a cabin getaway this fall. Check them out, and be sure to sign up for our Full Carts, Can’t Lose email to stay on top of the best sales each week.

1 Geometric Firewood Holder

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“Look for stylish ways to display firewood to instantly create a rustic, log-cabin feel, with or without the fireplace," Johnson says. Shop it here

2 Plaid Wool Blanket

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The essential accessory for a perfect night in by the fire. Shop it here

3 Wooden Tree Decor

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4 Faux Fur Area Rug

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5 Tree Ring Wooden Coasters

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6 Fall Wreath

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7 Woodsy Candles

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“Add earthy scents like cedar wood and patchouli to your cabin decor," Johnson says. Shop them here

8 Speckled Enamel Mugs

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Ideal for sipping hot cocoa and coffee by the fire. Shop them here

9 Canoe Book Shelf

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10 Mountain Range Geometric Shelf

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11 Raw Wood Coffee Table

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12 Cedar Tea Light Holders

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13 Geometric Wool Pillows

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“Look for cozy fabrics, like wool, with geometric prints to create an instant stay-at-home feel," Johnson says. Shop them here

14 Forest Landscape Whiskey Glasses

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15 Rustic Pot Rack

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Give your kitchen a rustic, cabin vibe with a reclaimed wood pot rack. Shop it here

16 Faux Stone Electric Fireplace

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No fireplace? No problem. This faux stone electric fireplace will cozy up any room just the same, chimney accessories not required. Shop it here

17 Faux Antler Chandelier

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18 Indoor Evergreens

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Spruce up your home with a small, indoor evergreen, the perfect festive greenery for a cabin feel. Shop it here

19 Splated Wood Indoor Plant Stand

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For your indoor evergreens. Shop it here

20 Brass Candlesticks

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These brass candlesticks are perfect for the mantle, the coffee table, the dining table or on the bedside table. Shop them here

21 Rustic Rocking Chair

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Toss a throw pillow and woolen throw across this rocking chair, and it's the most inviting seat in the house. Shop it here

22 Handmade Quilt

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A handmade quilt is a great way to add extra warmth to your bed in the cooler months, or is the perfect throw blanket to pull out on movie night at home. Shop it here

23 Vintage Knick Knacks

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Decorate your shelves, bookcases, tables and mantle with vintage knick-knacks, like this kerosene lamp. Shop it here

24 Leather And Reclaimed Barn Wood Ottoman

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Leather and wood are the key ingredients for a cozy, cabiny home vibe. Shop it here

25 Vintage Woven Basket

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Use this basket to store crafts, throw blankets or magazines beside your favorite armchair. Shop it here.

26 Black Bear Balsam Pillow

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“Plaid is a telltale sign of cabin decor, and these checkered balsam pillows are the perfect addition to create the look," Johnson says. Shop them here

27 Pinecone Throw Pillows

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“This pinecone pillow is the perfect addition for any aspiring cabin owner," Johnson says. Shop them here

28 Vintage Fishing Creel

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Hang this vintage fishing creel from a coat hook, display it on a bookcase, or drape it across the mantle as a vintage knick-knack. Shop it here

29 Woods Block Print

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“No trees in sight? Create your own indoor forest by incorporating pine tree motifs into your home decor," Johnson says. Shop them here

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