Brown is an obvious color choice for a rustic lodge bedding, because brown is the color of the logs, most wood floors and, of course, the earth itself. As a brown, a sense of stability and durability. Think beige walls with taupe accents to complement visible beams and unmade wood floors. Rustic leather traps in a red-green-brown print can finish the design. Decorating a rustic lodge means combining comfort with rough-cut style. Folk-art hand, a warm, classic color palette, and down-to-earth, simple furniture bring the lodge bedroom decor to life.
Log style beds can add a charming touch to any lodge bedroom. If you are looking for something more classic, add a wrought iron bed also country style. Pair a rustic bed with knotty pine bureaus and nightstands, or vintage, worried furniture to complete the look. Space allows, add comfortable seating in the form of Adirondack chairs, or log style armchairs.
Blankets and curtains
Nothing speaks to the traditional appeal of lodge furnishings more than traditional quilts, especially the log cabin quilts. Made of strips of fabric, with a red square in the middle symbolizing a log cabin hearth, these quilts can be bought as antiques, or you can make your own. If making your own quilt, buy enough of one or two of the fabrics to make matching curtains and other bedding, such as table runners.