Text by Bethany Adams
While summer retreats to the beach are always a treat, there’s something about getting away to the mountains that makes the winter season especially inviting. Whether you prefer to spend February fireside or enjoying snow-covered views, there’s no better place to warm up than in one of these remote cabins with plenty of cozy corners. Inspire your next winter trip—or get ideas for warming up your cottage—with these comforting cabins.
By the Fire
An essential feature in any cozy cabin, the stone fireplace is more than just a foolproof focal point. Wherever you have a crackling fire, be sure to provide plenty of comfy seating for family, guests, and furry friends.
A Heavenly Hideaway
This country hideaway in Alabama is the perfect rustic backdrop for stunning floral arrangements and a few elegant touches. Tour the full home here.
Settled on a working family farm, this centuries-old cabin showcases antique charm and rustic beauty at its finest. Stacks of timeworn books and fun vintage finds shine in every room—and we’ve got the full tour here.
When it comes to cozy cabin spaces, the bedroom is just as important as the living area—if not more so! A fireplace across from the bed ensures warm evenings inside regardless of the weather outside, and a pair of comfy chairs hearthside is the perfect place for morning coffee.
A Sunny Space
Though less common than other elements, sunrooms are an ideal addition to cabins that sit among beautiful forest views. Complementing the airiness contributed by a flood of sunlight, feminine details in floral patterns and fresh tulips offer a softening effect among more masculine elements.
Soaking in Self-Care
Don’t forget the bathroom when adding those cozy touches—warm wood paneling provides rich contrast to the spa-like soaking tub, making this space supremely relaxing. Nearby, a branch stool adds both natural beauty and convenience.
A Contemporary Cabin
A touch of the contemporary highlights the coziness in this cabin space, where bright white planking contrasts with warm woods and sleek black built-ins flank a rugged stone fireplace. Touches of sage green and furniture featuring elegant lines further soften the design, introducing an atmosphere that’s casual, comfortable, and stylish.
As charming as rustic stone fireplaces are, there’s something about a wood-burning stove that exudes cozy cabin vibes. Hexagonal floor tile contributes a splash of modern style among nature-centric elements like wood planking and foraged branches.