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Browse our log home photo galleries to find inspiration for your own log home. From mountain homes and lakeside getaways to cozy cabins and luxurious vacation homes, this is where you can find construction stories and photos of stunning log homes. From the west coast to the east coast and everywhere in between, we feature galleries of log home pictures and log cabin floor plans.

  1. Log walls and beams sound a note of rustic romance in the master bedroom, where light and wood come together in perfect harmony. The custom pine bed was created by Maison Qisuk, the same company that built the home. It features a cherry wood base.

    The French Connection: A “Get Away” Log Home in Canada

    A couple from Marseille builds a getaway home across the ocean in Canada.

  2. The entry highlights the various reclaimed materials-moss-and-lichen covered logs, shingles, stone-used on the home. While it makes the home feel as if it's old and a long-time part of the site, it announces that what's behind the door is going to be inviting and warm.

    Everything Old: A Reclaimed Cozy Cabin

    Building a new log home for the ages.

  3. This Georgia log home creates an imposing profile. Complementing the 8-by-12-inch logs are stone turrets flanking the metal-topped, timber-framed entry,a synthetic slate roof and windows punctuated by enchanting shutters.

    Georgia on the Mind

    THE OWNERS OF THIS LOG HOME in the Georgia highlands approached designer Michael Grant of Modern Rustic Homes.

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    Authentic Cabin Remodel | A Small Good Thing

    This loving authentic cabin remodel stands tribute to its late owner’s vision.

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    Modern Cabin Design

    A luxe Montana home that proves “contemporary cabin” isn’t a contradiction in terms.

  6. River stone accents the pillars on the front porch. Although manufactured stone could have provided a less-costly option, Jim is a big proponent of stone in his designs and would have a hard time advising a client to use the real thing if he didn’t use it on his own residence, he says.

    Natural Appeal

    A Maryland timber home connects with the outdoors while still providing visual interest inside with its attention to detail.

  7. Ample windows were paramount to allowing plenty of natural light into the cabin.

    Everlasting Views | A Cabin for Aging in Place

    A Montana timber cabin designed with scenery and aging-in-place provisions in mind

  8. The porch provides an overarching view of the property, including that of a pivot watering system for the hayfields. “The first cut is in early July, and the second is in late August/early September,” says Tom Sallinger. He sells 75 percent of the hay and keeps the rest for his cattle.

    Bunkhouse Renovation

    A Montana ranch is brought back to life, including a cozy bunkhouse that reflects its Western setting.

  9. The home includes a wraparound porch that covers two-thirds of the exterior. Outdoor flush-mount lighting helps illuminate the space.

    Lakefront Log Home: A Step-by-Step Guide

    How a log-home dream became a lakefront retirement reality

  10. For the siding, K.T. selected cedar over fiber cement board because of the natural wood’s beauty and vertical grain.

    In the Round | Panelized Home

    A circular home in North Carolina affords an open floor plan and extraordinary views.

  11. John Mathieu and Lisa Trahan’s cabin overlooks a dirt road leading to the front of their rural New Hampshire property. “If there’s one car that goes by all day, I’m lucky,” says John.

    Hunting Cabin Reimagined

    Hunting trophies return to their original stomping grounds to adorn a New Hampshire cabin.

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    Log Home Design Details

    Log home design involves sharing a visual vocabulary

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    Log Home Makeover Magic

    A stylish update brings warmth to the great room of a 30-year-old Colorado log home.

  14. Rather than using the front door from Coventry’s package, the couple purchased their own. Oil-rubbed hardware, a dentil shelf and arched window complete the Craftsman-style door. A cabinet, painted to mimic the look of mahogany, sits beneath a framed newspaper clipping detailing Lincoln’s assassination. Scratch-resistant and pet-friendly laminate floors stand up under heavy traffic.

    Modified Design

    A welcoming New Hampshire log cabin captures the spirit of the surrounding community while properly serving the needs of the family who built it.

  15. The blend of logs, aspen, and stone give the hand-hewn cabin a rusticity that fits perfectly into the cabin’s natural environment.

    Off-the-Grid DIY Log Cabin

    A Canadian couple with a can-do spirit builds an off-the-grid cabin from the ground up.

  16. The cabin's front porch is inviting not only to guests but also deer. “Deer sun on the front lawn,” says homeowner Marylee Syme. “They mow down anything we plant and will come right on the deck. They do the trimming for us.” The antiqued red and yellow Adirondack-style chairs were created by a custom furniture builder in Bigfork.

    Modern Log Cabin With Authentic Look

    A talented couple creates a Montana cabin that pays homage to its heritage with a contemporary twist.

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    Living Off the Grid

    A Georgia couple reunites in an off-the-grid log cabin under the Colorado sky.

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    Continuous Improvement | Do-It-Yourself Cabin

    Pete Champagne has rebuilt, remodeled or renovated nearly every inch of his Massachusetts cabin.

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    Cabin Remodel Using Reclaimed Building Materials

    A builder and his friends breathe new life into an old Montana cabin.

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    DIY Mountain Getaway

    A Maryland man builds his own rustic cabin in the Appalachian Mountains as a retreat from his suburban life.


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