November 2006

[
 Perfect
Planning 
]

MIX IT UP.
Log homes don’t thrive on wood alone. Learn how to incorporate
other building materials into your design.

LIVING
COLOR.
From choosing
a palette to how to apply it, we give you trends and pointers on
how to use color effectively in your log home.
Plus:
Do you know the psychological effects of color? Take our quiz to
see if you pass Color Psych 101.

ONE
ESSENTIAL, FOUR IDEAS: HEARTHS.

Plan your great room around this fiery fundamental.

[
 Inspired
Homes 
]

COWBOY
KEEPSAKE.
A
Florida family lassoed themselves a rugged house of logs and stone
in the middle of Colorado ski country.

WORK
OF HEART.
A
Wisconsin couple’s labor of love fanned the flames of a lifelong
passion for log homes.

OUTSIDE
INFLUENCE.
When
nature is your business, bringing work home is a
pleasure–particularly when that home is an amazing blend of logs
and Midwestern lifestyle.

[
 In
Every Issue 
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Editor’s Note.
Gearing up for the big bird.

Home
Front.
Tips for dressing up
your hearth, win a fabulous fireplace tool set and more.

Community
Spotlight.
Whisk yourself
away to Maryland’s Wisp Resort on the shores of Deep Creek Lake.

Hunt/Gather.
Fall in love with the hottest products of the season.

Calendar.
Locate the log home events in your area.

Sourcebook.
Where to buy featured items.

Parting
Words.
As VP of Town &
Country Cedar Homes, Stephanie Baldwin has seen building trends
come and go, but she says the mixed-media phenomenon is here to
stay.

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Advertising 
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