Give your home a cozy ski lodge look this winter. See how I styled this quaint and modest dining room at our mountain home here in Vermont.
Do you love that cozy winter ski lodge cabin decor style? Isn’t it wonderful to enjoy after a day on the slopes? A fire in the fireplace, which I’m sitting in front of right now, warming up with a hot toddy, a bowl of soup, and a cozy blanket…
See more of this cozy fireplace in the post, Christmas Old Colonial Fireplace, Hearth, and Mantel.
When I was out vintage shopping a few weeks back while staying at our second home in Coastal Maine, I found this antique pine table, which is now at the heart of our dining room at our home in Vermont. A dining room that is part of an open floor plan.
The top of the table is from the 1700s and is made out of Maine King Pine. The bottom is from the early 1900s and was attached to create this dinner table.
See more in the post, A Vintage Christmas Haul and 3 Holiday Wreaths.
Pine furniture is such a favorite of mine. I adore the coziness it adds to a home. It’s hardy, the older the better, and the charm it adds to a home is both warming and inviting.
A cozy white braided rug under the table is comfortable underfoot, yet adds a layer of luxury to this winter dining room space. When transitioning from Christmas to winter decor, decorating with winter whites is such a classic and easy way to go. Check out the post, How to Decorate with Simple Winter Whites.
4 comfy wicker chairs surround this small antique pine dining table. Chairs that I bought over 10 years ago from Pottery Barn. They have similar indoor/outdoor chairs available HERE today.
Sheepskins by Overland drape each chair. It doesn’t get much restful than this, does it? Sheepskins make everything so much cozier. The sheepskins I’m displaying here are the Premium Australian Sheepskin Rugs in the color linen by Overland. Amazon also sells a similar version HERE.
You may also enjoy the 12 Table Topics with Thrifted Tea and Toast Fanfare post.
I like to showboat sheepskins out on our front porch furniture, too.
(Oh my gosh, this is too funny! I just noticed the jute price tag is still on the leg of the table in the pictures, oops…)
See more in this post, Picturesque Table Setting with Autumn Mountain Views.
And let’s talk dishes!
I am in love with this classic Toile Winter Wonderland red and white ceramic dinnerware made by my friends over at Bico.
Oh, and a little thrifted battery-lit Christmas tree too…
And you may enjoy seeing more of these dishes in this post, The Finest Winter Wonderland Dinnerware Set
How cute are these? The cozy ski lodge decor look is all in the details…
You may also enjoy this Antique Family Heirloom to Buffet Table & Sideboard.
You may also enjoy the post, Pretty in Stardew Blue Paint | A Home Interior Makeover Before and After.
Check out more ski lodge decor ideas in my blog series, Vintage Ski Lodge Decor.
Have you seen the documentary Dear Rider on HBO Max? I have it playing in the background on our television as I decorated this space for you. It’s a true story about Jake Burton, the creator and designer of the snowboard, who lived right here in our very own town in Vermont.
You may appreciate seeing more of the built-ins in the background in the post, How to Decorate Bookshelves for a Vintage Christmas.
Did you notice the white Christmas cake at the end of the table? It’s fake! Made by my friend Dawn over at Everything Dawn. I love Dawn’s “fakery bakeries”. They really flourish on my tablescapes, coffee tables, and kitchen counters.
Here is a close-up of it on our coffee table in Maine.
You can collect vintage ski lodge decor too from your local second-hand shops, antique stores, thrift shops, and online stores like Etsy and eBay. For example, these brown cross-country skis that I picked up for just $18. You can lean or hang them up almost anywhere and they’ll look fabulous!
You may also enjoy the post, Vintage Booth Winter Window Display from my Vermont vintage window booth.
Last Christmas I displayed these skis on my Christmas tree. See more in the post, Polar Bear and Owl Inspired Christmas Tree.
And a blog post about winter ski lodge decor wouldn’t be complete without our sassy Berner, Ella making an appearance. Can you believe this? She watched me decorating this space, adding the sheepskins, and decided that’s where she needed to be…
See this dining room updated today. Thrifted, vintage, and with ski lodge decorations.
I’m so glad you dropped by, and if you are new to my blog, welcome! I hope you enjoyed your visit with us here today at our Home in Vermont.
Be sure also to check out our Home in Coastal Maine, where we spend summers and weekends when we are craving a walk on the beach or a visit with old friends.