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Get the Look: Alpine Style

Stay cozy with these mountain-inspired looks

Written by Emily Benda

Whether you’re vacationing in the mountains this season or just staying at home, these alpine-styled items will spark a sense of adventure during your winter months. 

Bring nature into your home with this antler chandelier from YLighting. The ornate ceramic fixture comprised of 24 "antlers" is vailable in four different finishes suitable for a living or dining room. 

Crafted from iron and wood, the transitional style of the Winslow nesting tables allows for both function and flexibility. Fill with board games or warm winter drinks for fun gatherings! 

The mountains are calling, which means it’s time to dress for exploring. These UGG boots are made from water-resistant leather and the signature UGGpure wool lining. Wear boots tall for extra warmth or cuffed for a more stylish occasion. 

Photo: Emily Minton-Redfield / Design: Debra Martinson

Log beams and a stone fireplace set the scene in this cozy alpine-styled cabin. Red leather sofas and plaid armchairs create a comfortable space for lounging around a hefty wooden coffee table. Rustic accessories—lanterns, wooden trunks, and iron mounted table statues—enhance the atmosphere. 

Bundle up in Burberry’s Tartan Panel Detail cashmere scarf. This scarf has a super-soft finish and pops with a bright tartan fringed panels. Wear it in grey/red or black/green this season for your chilliest outings. 

Not too many accessories say mountains like a classic puffer vest. This J. Crew vest has a slim, lightweight shape that keeps you warm yet stylish. Wear it out and about, or, if you’re feeling particularly brave, mountaineering in genuine alpine style—carrying all of your essentials as you climb.

You'll never get the same thing twice with the Driftwood Sphere table lamp from Currey and Company. The one-of-a-kind piece features a simple burlap shade and intricate wooden sphere design—the perfect rustic touch to your alpine-inspired space. 

Snuggle by the fire in this Hancock & Moore leather sofa. Warm chocolate brown perfectly complements woodsy cabin décor and the deep sofa is ideal for relaxing with family and friends on snowy days. 

Don’t be mad about the snowy weather, be plaid! Upholster your comfiest chair or update your throw pillows with this classic woven plaid from Thibaut

Add the ultimate layer of texture to your room with this 100 percent wool sheepskin throw from Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams Home. Whether draped on a sofa or layered on your bed, it adds a perfectly cozy touch that those cold temperatures will make you appreciate all the more. 

Stay warm as you explore the outdoors with this adorable pom beanie. Made with chunky cable knit and a playful fox fur pom, it’s an accessory that is as cute as it is practical.

This display cabinet from Fine Furniture Design is a timeless and versatile addition to a bucolic-styled home. It features three wood framed glass shelves for displaying china, books, or other trinkets. Drawers are also included below for extra storage. 

What’s a cabin without a stone fireplace? This Fieldstone mantel captures the allure of woodland retreat while warming cold toes. A rustic wooden slab top is ready to showcase art, photographs, or special trinkets. 

Photo: Eric Roth / Design: Joseph Abboud

Warm neutrals and organic textures make this comfortable bedroom easy to enjoy. A wood bed is dressed up with pretty paisley bedding in beige. Iron-rendered bedside lamps temper cool gray walls. 

Bring the outdoors into your home with the Aspen rug from Capel Rugs. With a variety of colors to choose from, find a hand-knotted wool rug to coordinate with your home's color palette and enrich your space in a true mountain fashion. 

Fur mittens, like this pair by WANT LES ESSENTIELS from Barneys New York, are a luxurious way to keep hands warm when the altitude is higher and the temperatures drop. The deep, rich brown fur mitt is polished off at the wrist with a leather, snap-button band and is lined with black fleece. 

Photo: Michael Garland / Design: Ryan White

Adorning walls with rustic accessories, such as taxidermy, is a classic tribute to traditional cabin décor. This sitting area puts a modern twist on alpine style by pairing crisp white walls with a dramatic distressed navy painted chimney. Brown leather chairs and a textural throws warm the contrasting colors and invite guests get comfy.