There are so many great things about using wildlife when decorating your cabin! You’ll be surrounded by nature even when you’re indoors! When you choose to decorate with wildlife, you have a whole world of design elements at your fingertips. If it’s alive, and it lives outside, it’s fair game. And you’ll have a stunning cabin that is also truly authentic!
You can’t have a wildlife theme and not display some animals. Your cabin is the place to go crazy with this! Display moose heads; deer heads; bright, vibrant fish; flying mallards; or any other wildlife that strikes you as the most beautiful. Of course, you don’t actually have to go out and hunt these animals. Wooden statues work just as well, for those who still want to be kind to our outdoor friends. But of course, if you have a certain trophy that you want to display, you can always add that to the collection too.
When using wildlife décor, it’s important to incorporate it into every room in the cabin. Kitchens can be decorated with items like canisters with wildlife décor (http://www.cabinplace.com/cookiejartnorthwoodsbear.htm) and cabinets can be decorated with rustic images of bears, moose, whitetail deer, or elk. And what design element is more natural and popular in a bathroom than fish? You can use a fish theme in your bathroom to keep with the wildlife theme but instead of using tropical and aquarium fish, choose fish that you would catch yourself. We have an entire set to outfit your entire bathroom! (http://www.cabinplace.com/showercurtainfishing.htm)
And don’t forget accessories! There are tons of wildlife accessories that you can use to decorate your cabin. Things like antler chandeliers, bear lamps, and miniature statues placed in strategic places can also help to pull the entire wildlife theme together.
Just be careful that you don’t overdo it. There is no end to the amount of wildlife furnishings, accessories, and décor that you could use and with this design scheme particularly, it’s easy to go overboard. Use enough so that you surround yourself in wildlife, but remember that you and your guests still want to know that they’re inside!