Todd Snyder Cabin Hidden Pond MaineAt the entrance of the Todd Snyder cabin
When you picture the coziest cabin I’m sure your mind conjures up images of fireplaces, wood beams, plaid prints and layers upon layers of soft textiles. Right? Well, the Todd Snyder cabin at Hidden Pond, Maine has all of those dreamy cabin elements and more. Tucked away in a quiet corner of the Hidden Pond resort in Maine the Todd Snyder cabin was designed in collaboration with L.L.Bean. I was excited to be invited to visit because the cabin sits at the intersection of fashion and design, much like a lot of the content I create for my Instagram page that melds the two together.
Entryway of the cabin at Hidden Pond, MaineSat on the entryway bench
From the moment you step inside the Todd Snyder cabin you can see how those two disciplines collide thanks to the oh-so-Todd camo wallpaper that adorns the walls that’s accented with an unexpected neon orange bench. Classic and timeless pieces, like vintage rugs and plaid prints, are accented with mid-century modern lighting, which gives the cabin a uniquely stylish feel.
Main bedroomPillows on main bedroom bedMain bedroom
The cozy plaid prints seen in the main bedroom continue through to the living room, where a pair of plaid armchairs flank the fireplace. There’s also a day bed that I can confirm makes for the perfect reading nook!
Cabin living roomFireside in the living roomA bookshelfHanging out inside the living roomMatching my plaid popover to the plaid pillows!Plaid chair in the living room
Stepping into the second bedroom in the cabin feels like transporting yourself to the Scottish highlands. Rich, midnight blue walls accented with olive green textiles, antlers, pinecones and tartan prints.
Second bedroom inside the cabinBedroom
I loved that the cabin also has a kitchenette. There’s the famous Earth restaurant on property but it’s nice to have the option to able to cook breakfasts and light lunches in the cabin, too,
The kitchenetteThe Kitchenette
I really enjoyed my time at the Hidden Pond resort. I loved that each cabin came with bikes so you could ride around between the fitness center, heated outdoor swimming pool, spa and restaurant. We didn’t have time to visit the spa this time but it sounds beautiful nestled in the treetops. A great excuse to book a return trip!
Todd Snyder cabin at Hidden Pond, Maine
Photography by Will Taylor