As part of National Log Homes Month, conveniently kicking off in unison with the Fourth of July, it seems only fitting to take a look at the nostalgia and patriotic side of log home design. Scroll below to see some of our favorite patriotic spaces!
Landscaping Inspired by the Land of the Free
Photo: Heidi Long
The landscaping leading up to this elegant Montana log home feels true to its environment and eye-catching at the same time. Container gardens of bright red paired with the American flag flying high make for a subtle, summery welcome. See more of this home here.
A New Take on the Front Porch Flag
Home and Photo: Courtesy of Real Log Homes / Photo: by GBH Photography
Talk about "sea to shining sea." This log home takes inspiration from cabins in California, though it's situated in scenic New Hampshire. See more of this home here.
This Porch With a Pop of Patriotism
Photo: Roger Wade
Petite flags in a bright-red floral arrangement are all you need to make a statement. Though the red trim on this North Carolina log home doesn't hurt either! See more of this home here.
With its whimsical bunting, a crafty wreath, and the American flag hoisted up high, there's no mistaking this is THE cabin to be at for the Fourth. See more of this home here.
A Perfectly Patriotic Porch
Photo: Roger Wade
A Reading Nook Decked out in Red, White and Blue
Photo: JK Lawrence
Quilts, a stars-and-stripes motif, and the perfect pairing of red, white, and blue with warm wood walls make this space perfectly nostalgic. Learn more about this space's smart use of storage here.
A Cabin With a Claim to History
At first glance, may notice this cabin is certainly charming, and suspect that it has a history of its own, but this cabin is in fact the oldest in America. And it was for sale last year! See more of this home here.
More All-American Log Home Stories From Log Home Living:
- U.S. Presidents Born in Log Cabins
- Honoring Veterans with Operation Finally Home
- How President Theodore Roosevelt Fell in Love With Log Homes
This story is part of our 2019 Log Homes Month celebration. To see more stories, enter the giveaways, and vote for the best log home of 2019, check it all out here.