The summer months are a great time to own a small cabin in the woods that allows you to take in nature and enjoy some outdoor recreational activities like hiking, camping, and fishing.
Whether you're on a full vacation or a weekend getaway, you're going to want to stay in a relaxing and well-designed place. You can ensure that the interior design of your summer cabin is as comfortable and well planned as possible by avoiding the following four mistakes:
Trying to incorporate numerous themes and styles into one small cabin
If your cabin in the woods isn't very large, don't overdo it by trying to incorporate numerous themes and design styles into it. If you're all over the place with your design, your cabin may start to feel visually chaotic.
The last thing you want is a chaotic design backdrop to your leisurely summertime getaways. Think simple when planning for your interior design and stick to a common theme throughout the entire cabin.
Neglecting to plan out lighting
Lighting is a factor that tends to get overlooked in cabin design. However, it's an important consideration. When it comes to cabin design, taking advantage of natural lighting to the greatest extent possible is probably the number one strategy.
However, you're also going to need to ensure that your cabin is adequately lit when the sun goes down. A cabin in the woods is going to be far away from other lighting sources and may be surrounded by woods, so plan for adequate lighting both outside and inside to keep those who stay in your cabin safe and comfortable.
Painting over natural wood walls
Usually, rustic cabins look best when the natural wood walls are left bare and allowed to show. Painting over the walls will create an added expense that is likely to detract from appearances more than it contributes.
Choosing furniture pieces that simply don't fit in
When you're selecting furniture for a small summertime cabin, you might be thrown off by the fact that furniture in the showroom is in a very different environment. You need to use your imagination and consider how furniture pieces will look in a more rustic environment to avoid making selections that look out of place.
You also need to think about the functionality of your cabin furniture. If you'll be vacationing, you may at times have guests along. It's, therefore, a good idea to choose a couch that's comfortable for sleeping and select other furniture pieces for their ability to multitask while also fitting into the rustic design scheme.
Contact an interior design company for more information and assistance.Share
23 July 2017
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