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


the Master Bathroom
When design manager Brandon Miracle of Knoxville, Tennessee-based StoneMill Log Homes drafts the ideal master bath, he focuses a great deal of attention on the size and style of fixtures that will be used and designs the space accordingly. “I lean toward a vanity with one sink and plenty of counter space, as opposed to having his-and-hers sinks,” he says.
“Corner tubs are very space-efficient, but can be difficult to clean. A stand-alone shower is sometimes a better bet for the corner. For the ultimate soaking experience, I’d go with a clawfoot tub. With their gentle incline and depth, they’re very inviting.”
the Great Room
the Kitchenthe Dining Room
the Master Bedroom
the Loftthe Master Bathroom
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