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Log Home Decor

  1. Secrets of Success

    One of the most daunting requests designers face is the square-footage boom. Many modern home owners ask for rambling, luxurious rooms, but striking a balance between spaciously comfortable and cavernously inhospitable is no easy feat.Whether you dream of living in a mammoth log manor or owning a cozy cabin, listen to the varying thoughts of […]

  2. 10 Secrets of Small Home Design

    Expert tips for squeezing living space into the smallest designsSqueezing everything into the design of your small home can be a challenge. It helps to have a couple tricks up your sleeve. Here’s our best tips for making the most of small home design.1. Borrow space within an open floor planMinimize the number of walls […]

  3. A Guide to Accessorizing

    In interior design, clocks, candles and pillows are the icing on the cake. But how do you bring it all together? Follow these strategies for choosing and arranging accessories and it’ll be a piece of cake. Accessories are probably the last thing you’ll think about when you decorate your log home, but they can make […]

  4. Rocky Mountain Cabin Decor

    Rocky Mountain Cabin Décor America’s Leading Outfitter of Lodge-Style Furnishings     Rocky Mountain Cabin Décor caters to the discriminating homeowner and decorator devoted to the western lifestyle and country living that share our passion for incorporating the unsurpassed beauty of the mountains and great outdoors into your home.   At Rocky Mountain Cabin Décor, […]

  5. 8 Tips for Buying Furniture

    Buying furniture for your log home should be fun and exciting, not a task you consider one step above a visit to the dentist. But for too many homeowners, that’s exactly what happens as they face the prospect of buying sofas, chairs, tables and accent pieces.I’m here to tell you what you want to hear: […]

  6. Burning Desires

      When it comes to how your hearth looks, the options are endless, and the decision is all yours. By Donna PeakBy now, you’re probably familiar with the different kinds of hearth options on the market. Wood-burning or gas-fueled, masonry-built or factory-produced, you’ve likely already decided which choice is the right one for you. But […]

  7. Make a Splash

      Bathrooms – particularly master baths – are no longer strictly utilitarian. Instead, they’ve become a pampering space, serving as a sanctuary for comfort and luxury. Here are some design ideas from trendsetting log home owners, along with some cost-saving strategies.   Bath Budget Start by analyzing your budget and determine how many bathrooms you’ll […]

  8. Bright Ideas in Lighting

      ighting is an amazing thing. It has the subtle power to make small rooms look open and airy, or large rooms appear cozy and inviting. It’s especially important in log homes.In conventional construction, drywall reflects light, but in log construction, the wood in the walls and ceilings absorbs light. That means it takes much […]

  9. Adirondack Style Goes West

    When Bob and Diane Kobb and their three children decided they wanted a vacation home far from the Adirondacks where they live year-round, they looked out West. Their quest ended in Park City, UT, known not only for its world-class skiing but also for its hiking, fishing and summer festivals.It was just the change of […]

  10. Constructive Advice

    Constructive Advice Randy Sweitzer illustration Covering Ground Story by Jim Kemp Flooring is one of those  crucial design elements that determines how your new timber frame house will look and function. But, we may not give it serious thought until it’s too late—when someone slips in the bathroom or permanently stains the bedroom carpeting. Fortunately, […]

  11. Home Style – Deck the halls

      Deck The HallsPersonalize the holidays with the power of creative thinking By Kurt Cyr If only for a brief period, the holiday season allows us to indulge in childlike flights of fantasy. That is the magic of the season. As temporary and fleeting as they may be, holidays become a font of memories. And that […]

  12. The Basics of Design

    Building a timber frame house is an excellent opportunity to make certain your home’s design suits your family’s needs. Here’s how to start.

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