Read about one of the first log homes built in the Craftsman or Arts & Crafts style here. Then examine pictures of actual log homes built to incorporate many of the same features. In effect, these Craftsman style log homes are log home bungalows!
Check out photos of 10 of the most expensive homes for sale in the U.S. Two of them are log homes for sale with strikingly different characteristics and a 53,000-square-foot difference between them! One is in Colorado, and the other is in Wyoming. View photos and details here.
Check out which celebrities own log cabins… Some of the following celebrity log homes are considered vacation homes or part-time residences… but how many celebrities actually live in just one home year-round anyway?
Weatherall has a fun — and FREE — program you can download to see what your log home would look like with different color schemes. Yep, change the stain color on the logs, the deck, the trim work. Change the color of the chinking — if any. You can even change the style and color of the roof. Download Weatherall Color Viewer here.
With hurricane season upon us — June 1 through November 30 — I thought it might be worthwhile to see how well log homes fare under typical hurricane conditions. You’ll also find some excellent tips here if you are currently building a log home and you want it to be able to withstand hurricane force winds!
We drove to Center Hill Lake — near Smithville, Tennessee — this past weekend. We wanted to see how many log homes have been built in the area. We also wanted to see how the lake lots on Center Hill Lake compare to the lake lots on Dale Hollow Lake. Here are some of the log homes we saw.
The world’s first RV — built in 1914 — was actually made from a single redwood tree! As a result, they called the vehicle ‘the Travel Log’. Read the interesting story about this RV built from the log of a redwood tree.
The following log home pictures will show you various ways to enhance your log home with natural stone.
The 2007 HGTV Dream Home will be featured on television January 1st, following the Rose Day Parade. The interesting part to me: While not exactly a ‘log home’… it’s a rustic lodge home, with a number of heavy timber accents and timber frame characteristics.
I truly enjoy participating the log home events for prospective log home owners that log home builders have throughout the year. Recently, we attended an Honest Abe Open House at the home of Todd and Kim. Here’s a look inside their log home.
Lonnie and Sherry built this log home from scratch themselves. It took them 2 years, and they have a lot to be proud of. Check out all of these one-of-a-kind features…
Enjoy these pictures that summarize lake living in Dover, Tennessee. Here’s a day in the life… on Lake Barkley!
Use this Online Search Form to search for log home plans. It’s free & easy!… Just choose the style (e.g. log), size, and amenities that you would like in your new home and see all of the house plans that match your selection. Simply browse through the list until you find the floorplan you like best.
This was the first time we walked inside a log home with chinking. It didn’t have quite the warm and cozy feeling like the ‘traditional’ d-link log home we visited the day before, but this home was interesting for many other reasons!
Today was the first day we decided to actually visit a couple of homes that are for sale around here. We called & spoke with the realtors who were listed for two of the homes on our list.