I love the loft in our cabin. The sloped wooden walls, the oak plank flooring and the view looking out the dormer window all blend to give the space a warm, light, cozy feeling. The furnishings and decorative items are a hodge-podge collection of treasures we have accumulated through the many years of our marriage. I have put together a list of where we purchased some of the items in case you have a cabin or retreat you are furnishing.
The over-sized log bed, dresser and night stand are from Rocky Top Log Furniture. All of the log furniture you see throughout our cabin is from there as well as the rockers, swings and tables on the decks and porches. The quality and craftsmanship are second to none. If you are in the market for log furniture or furnishings I highly recommend meeting with Tommy and Gwen Mitchell, the owners. We originally worked with them when we were renovating our condo in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee and have added several pieces to our collection since then.
We purchased the quilts and bedding and several of the photo frames from Cabella’s.
The Valance on the window can be ordered on line from Black Forest Decor. They have an amazing collection of furniture, decor and accessories for your cabin, country home or lake property. I look forward to receiving their catalogs throughout the year and always find new and exciting items to add to our cabin. Curtains, placemats, table runners, rugs, bears, lamps, pendant lights and decorative items are just a few of the items we have purchased through their website. I highly recommend you call and get on their free catalog mailing list.
The hutch was originally in our dining room for the past thirty nine years. When we moved to the cabin we didn’t really have a place to put it and I was not about to part with it. After all, we bought it for our first anniversary. How could I possibly let it go? So, it found it’s new home in the loft and although it is unusual to have a hutch in a bedroom area, I am very happy with it there. It is from the Pulaski Keepsake Collection in case you want to shop for one like it.
The Teddy Bears scattered about are from the youth of our boys. Missing button eyes, tattered arms and shaggy coats all blend together to paint a picture of how much these stuffed animals have been treasured and loved through the years.
The boys made the quilt rack along the wall and the cabinet beside the bed as 4-H projects many years ago. Like the hutch and bears, they too are loft treasures I will never part with.
I hope this list will help you if you are in the market to shop for your own loft treasures.