Whispering Pines ‘Things for the Cabin’ is a great online source for rustic wares, for you and for your home. Their selection is the perfect blend of old cabin favorites like fir balsam incense and handmade deerskin bags from the trading post. They also curate two great blogs, Explore the Cabin and the Wedding Blog to round out your shopping experience with some inspiration and good reading. A family run business since 1988, this great American catalog store relies on the family and friends who contributed to the company – a business model I’m always happy to support. And around the holidays, there are plenty of great present ideas for the men and women. All the above are on my Christmas list!
Daily Archives: December 9, 2010
I’m not really one for the typical red, green, and santa & co. when it comes to holiday decorating tactics. I’ve always preferred decorations like little wooden bearded figurines from Germany and vintage glass ornaments. They make your hearth a little more rustic and cozy. The ladies of New Brahmin made my ideal holiday table setting, featured on Dig Boston. Sourcing local stores like J.E.M and Hudson, they created the perfect blend of holiday spirit and winter woodsman. I’m going to try my best to replicate this for our little table at home. But the real problem is restraining myself . . . I may end up with an entire apartment looking like a rustic holiday wonderland.