Log Cabin Leisure

Rough it in style with these lodge worthy items.

By Bryan Anthony
Photo credit: Anthropologie
Rustic Retreat

Soft curving lines and handwoven rattan make this chaise the must-have addition to any outdoor setting. Banda Chaise ($398 at Anthropologie)

Photo credit: McGuire
A Place to Rest

Feathered friends can take a break in this artistic clay birdbath. Designed by Pacific Northwest artisans, the Bowmont Outdoor Birdbath is an elegant way to incorporate a rustic sensibility into a garden. Bowmont Outdoor Birdbath ($2,650 at McGuire)

Photo credit: ABC Home
Table Hopper

This tough-as-nails aluminum side table comes courtesy of designer John Reeves. The shape of the table is meant to mimic the way that hot metal drips down. John Reeves Design Aluminum Side Table ($495 at ABC Home)

Photo credit: Crate & Barrel
A Home of Their Own

Handcrafted and eco-friendly, this driftwood birdhouse is as pretty as it is functional. Driftwood Birdhouse ($40 at Crate&Barrel)

Photo credit: Pendleton
Cuddle Up

Pendleton's iconic throws are a mountain getaway staple. The wool-and-cotton throw is both soft and durable and just the thing for warding off a chilly evening. Northwoods Throw ($178 at Pendleton)

Photo credit: Space Lighting
Fire Starter

Grab the marshmallows and the graham crackers and invite over the crew. This Ak47-designed outdoor fireplace features a shelf to store extra logs and a base that is wide enough to perch on and warm up. Zero Outdoor Fireplace by Ak47 ($6,100 at Space Lighting)

Photo credit: A&G Merch
Fish Face

These ceramic fish mugs are the little dose of kitsch that every lodge needs. Hunting Lodge Mug ($14 each at A&G Merch)

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