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  1. 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.

  2. Free-standing bunk beds

    5 Steps to a Quality Bunk Room

    Expert tips for designing a space-saving bunk room

  3. LogConnection_Fairmont_alt3

    Best Master Bedroom Honorable Mention: The Fairmont Home Plan

    Master Bedroom Square Footage: 335 by The Log Connection 888-207-0210; thelogconnection.com Highlights: Simplicity rules in this master bedroom: Squarish dimensions cordon off the main living area, while basic bifold doors lead to a sizeable, but not overwhelming, walk-in closet. A quiet balcony overtop the cabin’s entry creates the perfect sitting spot for enjoying a morning […]

  4. Western Log-Home Bedroom

    Master of the Domain: Master Bedroom Log Cabin Photo Gallery

    A Western theme permeates this master bedroom through its handmade bedding, the wrought-iron-and-aspen bed, the elk-antler window treatments, the hat rack (which is actually from Australia) and the mounted bobcat in the corner. This master bedroom’s charm is unmistakable, in its peeling sunflower-stained walls, fine porcelain lamps and the ornately painted antique doors affixed to […]

  5. Private access to outdoor spaces, such as a balcony or deck, further secludes the homeowners. "The ability to go outdoors with a nice set of French doors has grown increasingly popular," architect Matt Franklin says.

    Room in Focus: Master Suites

    A log home can be a sanctuary in and of itself, with its off-the-beaten-path locale and quiet surroundings. But sometimes, you need an even more secluded space to truly relax. Enter the master suite. To create the space, you must first define it. "Typically, a master suite is a space that has its own master […]

  6. Heidi Long bunk room

    Design a Bunk Room

    1. Function First Can you say sleeping quarters? This bunk room is functional first, to be sure, and the custom built-in beds make it a favorite spot for the kids to sleep. Drywall lined with a thin layer of wood paneling is a leaner option than round log walls, which tend to hog square footage. […]

  7. Ultimate Master Suite

    Planning the Ultimate Master Suite

    A master bedroom isn’t just a bedroom anymore.

  8. Snoring room

    Design a Snoring Room

    Have a snorer in your life? Fear not. We have a solution with a comfortable (and quiet) snore room so everyone can get their zzzs.

  9. CFL bulb

    Log Home Lighting Tips – Bedroom

    • Install a low-wattage ceiling fixture so you have the option to illuminate the entire room if you need help waking up (or assistance finding your lost reading glasses). • Use swing-arm lamps or reading lights next to your bed so you can read yourself to sleep—and not have to get up to turn out […]


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