Dec 14, 2020

A Tiny Cabin Christmas

Happy Holidays and welcome to our tiny cabin! 

Today, I'm bringing you some snowy cheer and sharing our holiday decor. 


Our downtown McCall holiday tree.








We bought our inexpensive little fake tree and some shiny ornaments a few years ago at our local drugstore. It's become a tradition for us to only use these decorations here because they don't take up much room and they fit snugly in one cardboard box for storage in our tiny cabin shed. 

And, somehow, they just seem to be suitable for our little 1950's retro cabin!





Our primitive hand carved bear bookends are from a local antique shop.


















Last summer we made a mantle for our fireplace. We love the coziness! 















I sewed our red flannel reindeer pillows with handmade pom poms years and years ago. They seemed to fit right in at our little cabin.



We look forward to making our bed with these snuggly Pottery Barn sheets from a few years ago each winter when it snows. 



This cute bear block print is a treasured gift made by my daughter when she was in college.













We're so glad you came to visit today, and we hope the rest of your winter is cozy and warm!





9 comments:

  1. I love, love, love the pictures of your lovely cozy home! Thanks for sharing! Merry Christmas!💖

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  2. Merry Christmas Laurel! Your home looks so beautiful and inviting. Hope you have a very happy holiday and all my best wishes for 2021!

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  3. I love your cozy cabin and how you decorated it for Christmas.

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  4. I love all you have done in your cozy cabin looks so merry and bright,looks like your ready for Christmas hope you a a wonderful one with your family.

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  5. What a nice surprise to see a post from The North End Loft this morning....and it features your sweet cabin. A great setting for a snowy Christmas. Happy Holidays!

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  6. I hoped you'd post about your cabin. I'd love a place like that whatever the season and you've done such a great job making it look like a home away from home. Are there people in that area that live in those cabins year around? Merry Christmas

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  7. Your cabin is so welcoming and cozy! I loved looking at each picture, thank you for sharing.

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  8. I am so enjoying your blog, Laurel! ItNorth End Loft is truly my idea of a real cabin! I love the bright colors and your casual approach to decorating. Christmas is perfectly festive here. Your little drugstore tree is precious, we always remember the time and place when it comes to things we treasure.

    I hope you blog often, As a newbie, I'd love to see what is going on at your cottage!

    Happy Holidays!🎄🎄🎄

    Jane

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  9. Happy to see your post. The cabin is so festive and inviting. Merry Christmas!

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