Items for the Cabin

Six must-have items for the cabin

Even if you’re not spending the summer on the dock, spruce up your city life with these cottage-inspired goods
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Even if you’re not spending the summer on the dock, spruce up your city life with these cottage-inspired goods
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FILL UP

Big Green Egg
Egg on

Grill masters swear by charcoal barbecues, and the Big Green Egg is top of the line. The ceramic shell allows you to grill, smoke or bake your food at precise temperatures, bringing you one step closer to being king (or queen) of the grill. All models include a lifetime warranty and the standard package starts at $1,490. pollockshomehardware.ca

 

Good Egg Mugs
Second Cup

These Falcon Enamelware mugs at Good Egg look like something you’d find in your grandma’s log cabin — and that’s a good thing (everyone knows coffee tastes better at the lake). So take a sip and enjoy the taste of the outdoors, whether you’re sitting by the campfire or just huddled around the warm glow of your iPad. $7. goodegg.ca

 


KEEP COZY

 

HBC Blanket
Blanket statement

We’ll probably never get over the original Hudson’s Bay blanket, but this updated version — a tribute to Ontario’s Algonquin Park — seems like the perfect thing to crawl under after a long day spent catching frogs (or, more likely, capturing time). $295. thebay.com

 

 

Manitobah Mukluks
Slip on

Surely we can all agree there’s nothing cozier (or more adorable) than puttering around the cottage in furry slippers. The Kanada moccasins by aboriginal-owned Manitobah Mukluks are made in Canada and the profits are shared with the beadwork artist. Cozy, cute and ethical? Count us in. $79. manitobah.ca

 


 

STAY RUSTIC

 

White Faux Moose Head
Heads up
Feel like it’s time to express your inner hunter? These striking polyresin moose head replicas from White Faux Taxidermy make an ideal alternative to, you know, actually going out, killing a moose and mounting its head to your wall. $90. whitefauxtaxidermy.com

 

 

Patina Oil Lamp 
Light my fire
The Patina oil lamp lets you recreate that special cabin magic that happens when the lights go out and you’re left to read by firelight. With a copper base and a sleek silhouette, it’s a modern take on the cottage classic — a kind of magic that feels right at home in the city. $160–340. mjolk.ca