Thursday, July 27, 2017

This 'n That Thursdays: Christmas in July, Log Cabin Style!

From Download Wallpaper

The weather has temporarily cooled off here in New York, but not until after we suffered through some thoroughly miserable hot and humid days.  Since my sister only has one room air conditioner, in her bedroom, we spent the majority of our time cooped up in that room, so I am relieved to finally be able to spend more time outdoors!

The hot weather has me longing for cooler temperatures, which got me to thinking about log cabins in the mountains.  Log cabins always make me think of winter snow, which makes me think of Christmas, so naturally I decided to do a post about Christmas in July (that's how my brain works, anyway).  Enjoy these wintery Yuletide images as a temporary visual relief from unpleasantly hot summer temperatures, because you know that when the colder weather finally does arrive we will be longing for the dog days of summer again!

From Adorable Home

Just a few festive additions turn this log cabin's red-framed front door into a welcoming Christmas-themed entry.

From DesignCorner

A decorated mantel and coffee table plus some holiday throw pillows are all that are needed to bring Christmas cheer to the living room.

From Country Living

Once again, a few simple additions turn this cabin dining room into a festive holiday space.

From Country Living

From the same log cabin as the dining room directly above, this kitchen with its green island and red-and-green chairs only required some Christmas baskets and a tiny faux pine tree in a large glass jar to create a holiday ambience.

From Design Flavour

The simplest holiday dΓ©cor yet - a simple string of twinkle lights add the Yuletide touch to this attic bedroom.

From LoversIQ Design

This unique and rustic log cabin bathroom vanity gets all gussied up for Christmas with elaborate evergreen garland around the mirror and a pinecone garland gracing the window.


How nice to have a break from summer's heat while dreaming of the upcoming winter holiday season, even if it is only a virtual and temporary relief!

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