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  1. 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, […]

  2. 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: […]

  3. 2004 – November – Log Home Living

    Home Featured on the Cover The River Cabin Net Smart Calendar

  4. 2004 – Fall – Timber Frame Homes

    Taking Care of Family Home Fires

  5. 2003 Home Features

    Log Home Living:2003 October – Naturally Nestled 2003 November – Hitting the Slopes2003 December – Paradise Found

  6. 2004 Home Features

    Log Home Living:2004 January – Home Everlasting2004 February – As Good As Old2004 March – Natural Wonders2004 April – Run for the Money2004 May – Down By the River 2004 June – Georgia, Remembered 2004 July – Allure of the Lake2004 August – Living in Beauty2004 August – Small Sensations2004 September – Mountain Hideout 2004 […]

  7. 2002 Home Features

    Log Home Living:2002 November – Set in Stone2002 November – A Place Built for Memories2002 December – A Lifestyle ChangeTimber Frame Homes:2002 Buyers Guide – Investing in the Future2002 Buyers Guide – Now or Never2002 Spring – In Love with Home2002 Spring – On Windy Shores2002 Summer – A Natural Attraction2002 Summer – Lure of […]

  8. Homes Featured on the Cover

    Log Home Living2006January/FebruaryMayJuneJulyOctoberDecember2005JanuarySeptemberOctober2004February MayJune AugustOctoberNovember2003September Log Home Design2007March2006December Timber Home Living2007January2006FebruaryMarch/AprilMay/JuneSeptember/October2005April/MayJune/JulyOctober/November

  9. Warmboard Radiant Floor Systems

    Warmboard Radiant Subfloor                                 Now there’s a better way Warmboard is the only radiant heat system that combines a structurally rated subfloor and radiant heat panel in one elegantly simple system.  Warmboard panels are bonded with a think sheet of highly conductive aluminum — aluminum that conducts heat hundreds of times better than concrete without the added […]

  10. 2004 November Log Home Living Cover

    Town & Country Cedar Homes latches onto every opportunity to accentuate this 3,158-square-foot floorplan. A welcoming covered porch entices you up a curved cobblestone walkway, bordered by landscaping. Northern White Cedar log purlins, porch rails and a manufactured stone front draw attention to the front door, while vertical siding on dormers and gables lure your […]

  11. The River Cabin

      A cabin in the Rockies shows how quality design can lead to years of comfort. Like a lot of outdoor enthusiasts, Dave and Michele had a vision for their family. It included horseback riding across open fields and trout fishing in a river just a few steps from the back door of a cabin […]

  12. Net Smart: 7 Tips to Simplify your Log Home Research

    Sure, you can go online to research the rules for five-card stud and obscure college fight songs, but it gets a little tricky when you begin mouse-clicking for answers about building your home. The problem: If you type “log homes” into your favorite search engine, you quickly find that there’s a glut of information and […]

  13. Eagle Panel Systems

    Eagle Panel Systems is a leader in the manufacture of Structural Insulated Panels (SIPS) for the Log Home and Timber Frame marketplace. Developed with 25 years of industry experience, Eagle Panel Systems provides the widest array of SIPS systems available to meet your building project needs. Environmentally friendly and recyclable Expanded PolyStyrene (EPS) is used in all […]

  14. Do’s N Dont’s

    Brass Tacks Coping With Construction 4 Skills that Help You Breeze through BuildingBy Jim Cooper When I started building log homes, I was surprised to find that the most important skills for a project manager or general contractor were not the technical skills of construction but another set of skills. These I call coping skills […]

  15. FAQS – Writer’s Guidelines

    Timber Home Living(click here for Log Home Living Writer’s Guidelines)DescriptionTimber Home Living is a bimonthly magazine for people who own or are planning to build contemporary timber homes. It is devoted exclusively to timber homes that have a freestanding frame and wooden joinery. Our interest in historical, reconstructed timber frames and one-of-a-kind owner-built homes is secondary and […]

  16. The Big Picture

    The Big Picture 10 Tips for Planning Your Dream Home Without Losing Sleep by Janice Brewster You doodle floor plan sketches during meetings. You study home and design magazines. You spend every weekend searching for land. You’ve got the "dream home" bug. Here are a few tips to help you through the planning process: Don’t […]

  17. Starting Block

    The Starting BlockThe answers to these 10 questions will help to get your project off to a running start It takes years of training and hard work before an Olympic track runner steps up to the starting blocks that leads to the record breaking and medal winning. You will need to have the same type […]

  18. Frequently Asked Questions

    Questions about our online floorplans Questions about our magazines Questions about the log home industry Questions about our home shows and seminars Questions about our company Questions about our online floorplans Q: I am interested in one of the floor plans featured on your site. Can you send me more information or kit prices? A: […]

  19. Financing your Log Home

    Information Lenders Need

  20. Log Home Engineering and Design Criteria

    by: Log Home Living | Log Home Living Modern log homes aren't the same simple structures our ancestors built a century or two ago. Today's log homes can be even more complex in design than conventionally framed wood homes. Therefore, the likelihood of your log home performing up to your expectations is directly proportional to […]


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