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  1. Window Buyers Guide

    Choosing windows is one of the most important decisions you’ll make as a homeowner. Not only will it affect the look and feel of your home, it will greatly influence your home’s energy efficiency. In some cases your log producer may include a certain brand of window with their log package. Often this is because […]

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    Animal Farm

    A Kentucky couple shares their dream home with friends, family and their beloved brood.

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    Secure Mortgage For a Second Home | Financial Advice | Financing Your Dream Home

    by: Log Home Living editorial staff The time has finally come when you’re ready to take the big step: building or buying your dream getaway—a second home in the mountains, alongside a lake or near a stretch of pristine coastline. If it’s been awhile since you’ve financed a home, you’ll find the process has gotten […]

  4. Water’s Edge

    A family with a knack for fishing focuses on simplicity, keeping things kid friendly and maintaining a rustic, cabin feel.

  5. Editor’s Pick – August/September 2005

    ONTARIO FARMHOUSE The Ontario Farmhouse model lures in visitors with inviting covered porches, gables and bumped-out rooms. After one glimpse, you can imagine the warm glow from the fireplace emerging through the picture window and the smoke rising from the chimney. Ambiance, charm and a storybook look aside, PineRidge Timberframe creates an ideal design by […]

  6. 2005 – August – Affordable Log Homes / Log Home Design Ideas

    Animal FarmA Kentucky couple shares their dream with friends, family, and their beloved brood. Everyday SpaDesign a luxurious bathroom without cleaning out your bank account. CalendarCheck out the latest log home Calendar of Events.

  7. 2005 – August – Log Home Living

    Water’s EdgeAn old Montana cabin gets a family facelift and becomes a favorite getaway for a new generation. Financing the DreamFinding ways to pay for your second home isn’t as hard as you think. CalendarCheck out the latest log home Calendar of Events.

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    One for the Ages

    A timber vacation home in South Carolina’s Low Country is a structural wonder with Southern flair.

  9. Timber’s Curb Appeal

      With some thought and planning, you can visually communicate your timber home’s aesthetic appeal to the world. Here are strategies designers recommend to bring architectural vitality to the outside of your home. Entry AppealThe front entry area is the most logical space to announce you’ve invested in a timber home, says Architect Katherine Hillbrand […]

  10. 2005 – August/September – Timber Home Living

    One for the AgesA timber vacation home in South Carolina’s Low Country is a structural wonder with Southern flair. Timber’s Curb AppealTimber accents on your home’s exterior offer clues to the symphony of wood inside. CalendarCheck out the latest log home Calendar of Events.

  11. Main Level Living

      Main-level master bedrooms are one hot design trend. Indeed, home owners and architects alike are eschewing the golden rule of public areas downstairs and private bedrooms upstairs, and they’re mixing up these spaces with wild abandon. The decision to make room for the master suite on the main level isn’t random. It’s part of […]

  12. 2005 – July – Log Home Living

    Main Level LivingIf you’re tired of walking up the stairs to get to your bedroom, our design pro has great news for your floorplan. Just in TimeA love story about a marriage, the end of a good life and a Michigan home that fulfilled one last wish. CalendarCheck out the latest log home Calendar of […]

  13. Exhibitor Information – Southern California

      Hotel Information Doubletree Hotel Ontario Airport222 North Vineyard AvenueOntario, CA 91764909-937-0900   Contact Us about becoming an Exhibitor!The Ontario Show FloorplanExhibit Contract – This contract format allows for you to either print directly, or to type in your information before printing.  The text entered into this form can not be saved. Once you have completed the form, print it […]

  14. Just Do It

      A home can speak volumes about the people who live there—especially when they designed it themselves. That’s the case with Bert and Carol Bennett, who spent years meticulously crafting their vision for the perfect abode. Now built along an elk migration path in Montana, this log home can’t help but exude personality. “Growing up, […]

  15. “Do it Yourself” Style

      When it comes to making life decisions, your mother was right: it’s best to plan ahead. Right now, decorating your future log home may seem light years away—and a relatively small task compared to choosing a floorplan, selecting a log producer and all the other details that go into building a place of your […]

  16. 2005 June/July Log Home Design Ideas

    Just Do It When designing their Montana dream home, a retired couple takes the “do-it-yourself” craze to a whole new level. Do It Yourself StyleDesign and decor go hand-in-hand when planning your log home. CalendarCheck out the latest log home Calendar of Events.

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  18. Editor’s Pick – June/July 2005

    MODEL 2024Hardwick Frame Company brings imagination to Model 2024, a small 2,024-square-foot masterpiece. A large porch and deck, eight entrances and an abundance of windows unite nature’s splendor with a glorious timber frame. Enjoy summer to its fullest without worrying about tracking sand or grass into your home. Shower outside or rinse off in the […]

  19. Floorplan of the Month – June 2005

    THE ASPEN RIDGEAttention: star gazers, outdoor lovers and loghome enthusiasts. Step on up to the welcoming porches and decks of The Aspen Ridge. At 1,949 square feet, this cozy log home exudes charm. The two-car garage, three bedrooms and two and a half baths don’t begin to describe the appeal. A centrally located great room […]

  20. Small Homes, Big Ideas

    Rick Blair has a little caveat for anyone staying in his 624-square-foot guest cabin in northeastern Georgia. “Sure, the place sleeps four comfortably,” he says sheepishly. “But it depends how you define comfortably. I tell folks that it helps if all of you are really good friends.”Truth is, through shrewd planning and design, Rick and […]


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