Blurring the lines between indoor and outdoor living is as natural to log homes as the wood itself. Check out this gallery of great outdoor-inspired products for the naturalist in your life. (They make great gifts, too!)
Let this wise and adventurous moose inspire you to take on the great outdoors. The limited-edition woodcut print, titled “Everyone Believes in Something,” is from artist Erica Lang. Each print is hand-pulled and inked on mulberry paper. Spreadingthewoosah.com.
Handmade from the Faribault Woolen Mill’s timeless camp blankets, the company’s new range of pillows will bring lodge style to your sofa. The pillows are pure merino wool, woven in Faribault’s Minnesota mill, and are available with down-feather inserts. Faribaultmill.com; 507-412-5484.
Get schooled on the easiest way to fly fish—and enjoy beautiful artwork—with this Simple Fly Fishing book kit. The kit contains an illustrated book along with four art-quality prints, one signed by James Prosek, the book’s illustrator. The book and art are packaged in an attractive cloth-covered, silk-screened box. Patagonia.com/books; 800-638-6464.
Go beyond the plaid thermos. At home or outdoors, the Coffee Boxx offers K-cup function in a tough machine. The self-contained system includes a spill-proof water tank. A separate bypass allows the maker to dispense hot, coffee-free water perfect for making “just add water” meals. oxx.com; 866-233-4714.
Bring forest fragrance to your bath with manly soaps from Dr. Squatch Soap Co. With scents like Pine Tar, Gold Moss and Cedar Citrus, the soaps combine natural oils, shea butter and—in some bars—exfoliants like sand and sea salt. Drsquatch.com
Goldilocks would think this duvet cover is just right. The bear, with his rugged good looks and outdoor apparel, is illustrated by Australian artist T. McConnochie and digitally printed on durable brushed polyester. The covers are available in twin, queen and king sizes. Redbubble.com