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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. Visitors immediately feel as if they’ve stepped back in time when they walk up to the Hincheys’ front door, thanks to traditional-style chinking and a classic Adirondack chair made by local craftsman John Brake. A weathered log makes a perfect side table for morning coffee.

    The Waiting Game: Montana Lakeside Cabin

    After years of waiting for the perfect property, a Montana couple is finally able to enjoy the lakefront cabin they always wanted.

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    All in the Mix: A Tennessee Mountain Cabin

    A model home in the Smoky Mountains uses mixed media to convey a cozy sensibility.

  3. Although its roughly 500-square-foot footprint may look tiny from the outside, the one-bedroom, one-bath abode lives well for its size.

    Dynamic Demo: An Eco-Friendly California Cabin

    A demonstration cabin in California proves that you don't have to sacrifice great home amenities for a smaller footprint.

  4. Mark and Dotty Helsel wanted handcrafted logs from the West but couldn't afford the shipping. They found just what they were looking for 30 minutes away, where Hurricane Ivan had toppled enough trees to provide their logs.

    An Ill Wind Blows Much Good: A Handcrafted Pennsylvania Log Home

    Hurricane Ivan delivers the logs for a handcrafted Pennsylvania home.

  5. The Davises worked hard to design a log cabin with a distinctly modern aesthetic. They accomplished this on the exterior by mixing rustic materials, like Western Red Cedar logs and mossy mountain stone, with the more modern stainless steel of the roof and siding, and glass panes between the sloped roof and log structure. "At night, when the lights are on inside the cabin, it's almost like this roof is this floating plain," says Scott.

    Rustic, Meet Modern: Cozy Wisconsin Lakeside Cabin

    One Wisconsin couple creates a vacation retreat that is the perfect marriage of contemporary and rustic design.

  6. The foundation of the home, including the walk-out basement, is lined in Cultured Stone.

    Back to Basics: A Lakeside Log Home in Wisconsin

    A Wisconsin real-estate developer creates a laid-back lakeside community — and a stunning log home to boot.

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    Woodland Beauty: Handcrafted Utah Log Cabin

    A new log home is built to look like it’s always been part of the surrounding mountain landscape.

  8. The home sits on 57 acres and offers a perfect view of the passing trains that wrap around the property.

    From the Appalachians to the Rockies: A Colorado Log Home

    Eastern-style square logs find a home in the round-log West.

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    How the West Was Done: Montana Reclaimed Log Cabin

    A new log home is built to look like it’s always been part of the surrounding mountain landscape.

  10. A steeply pitched roof sets the tone for French Country style. Stonework anchors the home to its woodsy setting.

    A French Country Montana Timber Home

    Building a modern chateau in Montana

  11. Glowing on a wintry night, this luxurious retreat home snuggles into a sloped lot overlooking the Gore Mountains in central Colorado. The varied roofline echoes the mountains' peaks.

    The Lure of the Rockies: A Rustic Colorado Log Home

    Designing a mountaintop getaway in Colorado

  12. With timber framing evident inside and out, this contemporary British Columbia home incorporates a building tradition that goes spans over several continents and centuries.

    Home Grown: A British Columbia Timber Home

    A British Columbia couple uses local materials and new friends to construct a dream home.

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    Building a Legacy: A Multi-Generational Michigan Log Home

    A couple creates a multi-generational home in northern Michigan to accommodate their family for years to come.

  14. Large-diameter logs support the front porch. Lantern-style lights flank aluminum-clad patio doors. Rustic pine rockers afford comfort while viewing the surrounding mountains.

    Altitude Adjustment: A Handcrafted Log Home in Colorado

    A Florida family answers the call of the Colorado Rockies.

  15. A stone wall protects the hot tub, situated below the master bedroom.

    Transforming Tradition: An Alpine Log Home in Minnesota

    A Minnesota couple uses log accents to replace a family cabin with a North Woods lodge.

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    For Love of Logs: A Rustic Log Home in Michigan

    A Michigan couple favored log siding — until they got a look at real logs.

  17. Peaks of the Lost River Range tower over the valley and provide a dramatic backdrop. The owners of this fishing getaway wanted a building that looked as if it had been there for a century.

    Old West: An Idaho Log Home

    A new log home is built to look like it’s always been part of the surrounding mountain landscape.

  18. By doing the landscaping themselves, the Wammocks kept the lot natural and took advantage of stone outcroppings to shape garden beds. They even made a split-rail fence.

    Room and a View: A North Carolina Log Home

    A North Carolina log home captures the grandeur of its highlands setting.

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    June Cover Log Home: A Quebec Cabin

    We used the pool view of this log home on a cover of the June issue of Log Home Living.

  20. Designed to capture sweeping views, this mountaintop masterpiece curves to fit its site.

    Living in a Panoramic View: South Carolina Log Home

    A MossCreek home blends European elegance with Southern hospitality.


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