Furnishing Success
Tried-and-true tips for successful log home living spaces
by: Home Buyer Publications editorial staff


the Dining Room
When considering dining-room design, Mira talks with clients about how many eating spaces will really be enough. “Many people need to have a bar because that’s where they’ll feed the kids, a breakfast nook because that’s where they’ll really eat, and a dining room for holidays,” she says. “If the budget is grand, that’s fine, but if it’s not, my philosophy is, ‘Let’s just find the best place to eat.'”
the Great Room
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the Master Bedroom
the Loftthe Master Bathroom
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