Tahoe A-frames have a definite aesthetic — think wood, wood, lots of wood and ski accoutrements — but you don’t have to go cheesy chalet.
Here are 10 accessories to give your home the Tahoe look without taking a trip to the 1970s:
1. Feather plates
These plates bring a sense of trendy rustic decor to your table or wall.
2. Large wedding bag/faux fur pillow
Use this oversized cozy pillow on the floor, next to the fire or on a sofa. Turkish wedding bags bring texture and color to your space, as well as the plushness of faux fur.
3. Monkey wood mirror
This irregular-shaped mirror brings the outdoors in while adding a spot for reflection.
4. Wicker stag head
This stag head can be placed above a fireplace or on a wall to lend that traditional rustic Tahoe feel. Add lights for the holidays to make it sparkle.
5. Hair-on-hide stool
This stool combines two of the quintessential Tahoe elements into your home — hair on hide and natural formed wood.
6. Reclaimed wood picture frame
Frame one of your favorite memories from Tahoe in this reclaimed wood frame. Reclaimed wood is used in Tahoe homes for walls, doors and other elements.
7. Natural tree stump
This natural tree stump can double as a side table or stool.
8. Brown and beige mohair throw
Add warmth and texture to your home this winter with this throw blanket — a staple seen in many Tahoe homes.
9. Hair-on-hide rug
The neutrals of this rug and the use of hair on hide pieced together makes for one of our favorite rustic elements.
10. Metal faux bois lamp
Bring the outdoors in with this tree bark-inspired lamp base and neutral fabric shade.
Olivia Osborne is a senior designer with Aspen Leaf Interiors.