Smaller log homes (up to 2,500 square feet) are beckoning those who want less space without giving up an inch of style. "Big isn’t necessarily better, it’s just bigger—and many people are starting to realize that," says design impresario Allen Halcomb, president of MossCreek Designs (800-737-2166, www.mosscreek.net) in Knoxville, Tennessee.
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For more on this story, refer to the April 2006 issue of Log Home Design.
Looking to build your own cabin or cottage? Creating the perfect small home isn’t as simple as shrinking a big one. Check out the April 2006 issue of Log Home Design for a dozen design strategies for living large in even the littlest log home.