This Scandinavian-Inspired Mountain Cabin Is Very Cute and Cozy

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Credit: Heather Pergament

Name: Heather Pergament, husband, and teenage son (and daughter when home from college)
Location: Glacier, Washington (in a community called “Mt. Baker Rim”)
Type of home: House (cabin)
Size: 1200 square feet
Years lived in: 1.5 years, owned

Tell us a little (or a lot) about your home and the people who live there: We purchased our ’90s-era cabin in May 2018. We thought it was a cool structure with unique features and design that just needed a little love (it was stuck in 1990). We didn’t have a huge renovation budget (and exhausted most of it on the flooring), so we had to be thrifty and economical and crafty with the remaining updates, which has been fun, actually. The home is in a super cute mountain community near Mt. Baker Ski resort, just north of Seattle. We love to be outdoors hiking, biking, and skiing, and now have a sweet little mountain getaway house (that we also now share on Airbnb when we’re not there).

Credit: Heather Pergament

What is your favorite room and why? My favorite room is the great room. It went from dark and drab to bright and light. It has great windows, architectural elements, and high ceilings. Also love the vintage and new pieces of art, furniture, and other accents I’ve collected and placed in that room.

Credit: Heather Pergament

Describe your home’s style in 5 words or less: Scandinavian-inspired cozy mountain boho

Credit: Heather Pergament

What’s the last thing you bought (or found!) for your home? I found a cool vintage Turkish rug on Etsy for $80. It was cheap because it had a few flaws. But that was kind of what I liked about it. The flaws gave it character and seemed fitting for a cabin. Also the colors were amazing.

Credit: Heather Pergament

Any advice for creating a home you love? Do what you love and don’t worry about what the “rules” of design might be. Look at lots of photos for inspiration, collect them, and take away pieces of design from each. Mix and match and have FUN with it.

Credit: Heather Pergament

This submission’s responses were edited for length and clarity.