My Idea Notebook goes everywhere that I go! It usually stays in the car, but I always have it handy should I need a measurement, a color, or a description for someone who’s helping us make this home a reality — such as a bank lender, blueprint designer, or cabinet installer. Or, if my friends & relatives have a question or make a suggestion on the fly, then I just grab the Idea Notebook and add it to my collection of great ideas.
It’s hard for me NOT to re-subscribe to the 3 log home magazines I’ve been subscribing to. I mean, we got so much great info from them during that first year of the subscription. But now, we’re craving more than these magazines seem willing to provide. If you’re contemplating resubscribing to a log home magazine, I’m here to tell you, you may want to check out This Old House magazine instead. Especially if you’re already living in your log home… chances are, the log home magazines won’t have much to offer you at all.
I wrote earlier about how you can get a free 1-year subscription to Log Home Living magazine. I’ve already received mine, and I enjoy that magazine VERY much. Good news… now, you can get a free subscription to Log Homes Illustrated, too! Here’s how.
Each bi-monthly issue of Creative Ideas from Lowe’s is jam-packed with lots of fun ideas for your home. Most of them are easy enough that you can even do them yourself. And there are close to 40 full-color pages in each issue of this magazine! They also have 2 other freebie magazines to choose from. Here are the details…
Sign up to receive a FREE one-year subscription to Log Home Living Magazine here.
Details about how you can buy a log cabin from Pioneer Log Cabins and you get a free Jeep Wrangler Unlimited.
If, like me, you enjoy flipping through old home design & decorating magazines — even some women’s magazines — for their wealth of ideas, as well as time- and money-saving facts… then listen up!
Here’s a complete list of magazines that would be of interest to log home and timber frame home builders. Which one should you choose to subscribe to? Here’s my opinion…
Here’s how we ultimately designed our log home: We started with a list of things we knew we WANTED… and a list of features we knew we NEEDED in our next home. We whittled the list down to our top things, and we incorporated those things in our log home design.
If you’ve already built the home of your dreams, then submit a picture of your log home to Country’s Best Log Homes, and you’ll likely see it in a 2007 issue of the magazine. Here’s how…