You’re going to love this cozy cabin dinner on our lifestyle blog today made perfect for a festive celebration with red plaids, bronze candles, and a full on holiday meal. The designers, Maggpie Vintage, created the incredible wintery display at their own location that houses all their beautiful vintage finds. Talk about ideal. We plan to re-create this casual, yet supremely stylish affair for our own Christmas dinner.
From Maggpie vintage…
The cabin, flannel, plaid look is a favorite between the duo of Maggpie (Maggie & Jason) so it just seemed right to create an atmosphere based on this style with an ode to thanksgiving as well. Fall is our favorite time of year around here but being that it’s the height of wedding season we rarely get to enjoy it so we decided to create it for ourselves. The “house” that Jason built inside of the Maggpie warehouse seemed like the perfect place to create our own cabin in the woods. We kept the manly cabin look as the mindset with this one and even utilized Jason’s vast collection of vintage woolrich clothing for decor accents. We used leather furniture, wooden and copper vessels for food and drink, and even an old workbench to act as the dessert display. The goal for the outside of the house was to make it look like it was in the middle of the woods, overgrown! And I think Adriene Billet nailed it with the foliage. In order to find branches and basically the necessary pieces to create this overgrown look in the middle of the city of Philadelphia, we have Jennie Love from Love ‘n Fresh flowers to thank for that one, who opened her flower farm to us for materials. The use of wood and copper vessels translated over to the dining table where we displayed a traditional holiday dinner. We didn’t miss an opportunity to display a flannel blanket, a piece of copper or patina’d cutlery to bring our cabin in the woods look to life.