I love that I live in a log cabin in Alaska. The only way it could get better is if I lived in an even more remote cabin in Alaska. I love the look of cabins, the décor, the coziness, the rustic-ness. all of it. If you have a cabin, want a cabin, know someone who has a cabin, this is the Rustic Cabin Christmas Gift Guide for you! Find ideas for the perfect Christmas gift here!
Rustic Cabin Christmas Gift Guide
I love wool blankets. I own several, but I always want more! Wool blankets are so amazing. They’re thin, but very warm. Last forever, but are always in style. I REALLY want to find or make an old ladder to hang all of mine on, both for the storage convenience and it would show off all my pretty blankets.
What cabin is complete without cast iron cookware? Even the “plain” black cast iron can be useful as well as a work of art! Get the enamel-coated cast iron to add a splash of color to your rustic cabin kitchen. They seem to come in every color to match every color scheme, so you’re sure to find the perfect gift.
And if you get them cast iron, be sure to get them a cast iron cookbook too!
This adorable black bear rustic lantern string lights would add the perfect glow of light to any cabin! And in the summertime, you can use them outside! I adore themed string lights. They’re so much fun!
Reclaimed wood is so popular right now, but those of us who love cabins have always appreciated the beauty of the wood’s texture. This snowflake string art sign is a great way to bring winter inside your cabin!
Whether they’re keeping a journal of trips to their weekend cabin or just keeping track of the to-do list, this cabin journal is a great stocking stuffer!
Practical Rustic Cabin Gifts
I’m usually not a fan of most of the “cabin themed art” out there. It’s usually a little too cartoon-y for me. I do however love practical gifts that are pretty too! Like this freestanding stove fan, which helps push the hot air from your woodstove around the cabin (we love ours!). I now own several old fashioned oil lamps and have them stashed around our cabin. They’re not only pretty, but very handy when the power goes out! I would personally love to have a few of these cast iron branch wall hooks for my cabin! (I’m a sucker for all things cast iron.)
Have someone in your life who dreams of living in a cabin, but doesn’t have the décor theme in their current home? Consider getting them a subscription to the Cabin Living magazine to keep that dream of cabin life alive.
What do you think should be added to this rustic cabin Christmas gift guide? Share in the comments below!
Merry Christmas from IdlewildAlaska!