A Remarkably Elegant Log Home Design That Suits Every Lifestyle (Click for Floor Plan)
The Lemhi Log Home Plan is a simple log home that can work for both full-time living, or as a vacation home build. The log home plan is a good size with 2,282 square feet of living space, three bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, on two floors. The entrance to the first-floor master bedroom in this log home is lined with aromatic cedar and leads to a spacious bedroom, a walk-in closet, bathroom with jetted tub, shower, and double vanity. On the main floor of this log home, you have an open living room and kitchen area. There is a handcrafted staircase that leads up to a loft, with two additional bedrooms and a full sized bathroom. The outside redwood deck wraps around three sides of this beautiful log home. This beautiful log home was built by Salmon River Log Homes.
On My Woodhome site, you will find lots of log home plans and ideas on building your dream log home with. On the site, you will find log home budget tips with a mortgage affordability calculator to cost saving log home tips to log home design ideas. You will also find log home tours, log home floor plan fundamentals, and log home design options. Along with log home floor plans, log home building step by step, who to hire when building a log home, and log home materials you can use. You also might be interested to find out how log homes are one of the most environmentally friendly and green builds you will find.
When it comes to log home designs, you will also find yourself thinking about what will go inside of your log home. The My Woodhome site can offer up log home decor and accessories ideas, how to maintain your log home, and log home companies you might consider. Some of the log homes you might see on the site include a log home known as Hillside Haven, found in New York that interprets the arts and crafts styling in logs. Riverfront retreat, located in Montana a timber log home, a contemporary log home, an Adirondacks lakeside log home retreat that offers plenty of rest and recreation and a living legacy with a Virginia log home that honors master log builder Don Chapman.
Other log home stories you will include a log home builder who completes his hybrid log masterpiece in the Colorado Rockies, a rustic log home that meets modern, a Wisconsin couple who created a log home vacation retreat that is the perfect marriage of contemporary and rustic design. A Minnesota log home retreat that hosts fun-filled gatherings and the Natural a log home that is simple yet spectacular, in this Montana log home retreat that pairs no fuss log home design with low-maintenance building materials and finishes and lots more.
We've all hear of log homes and log cabins. But what many people don't realize is just how far Log homes have come. When it comes to log home styles and designs, there have never been more to choose from than there is today. You will find everything from handcrafted log homes and log cabins to milled log homes, hewn log homes to sawn log homes. Typically a handcrafted log home is made from logs that have been hand peeled and look almost unchanged from what they looked like as trees. Milled log homes are built with logs that have been run through a manufacturing process which converts them into timbers that are consistent in appearance and size. Hewn log homes use logs that have been hewn by an ax to an oval section. Sawn log homes are logs that are sawn to a standard width.
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