The Zen of Family Log Housing (Click to View Floor Plans)

The Zen of Family Log Housing (Click to View Floor Plans)

You'll want to take a closer look at the Highlands V Log Home Plan, a three bedroom, and three bathroom log home design on two floors. This 1,693 square foot home features a living room with a vaulted ceiling that is open to the kitchen. This log home floor plan has lots of room for the whole family to enjoy with an open loft upstairs and a wrap-around outdoor patio. There is also an optional front porch that is great for welcoming you and your visitors home. On the main floor of this log home floor plan, there is an open kitchen and living room, a master bedroom with a bathroom, another bedroom and a bathroom. There is also a wrap-around outdoor patio that extends the interior space outdoors and is great for entertaining or stargazing at night. Upstairs there is a bedroom, a loft and a bathroom. The upstairs is open to space down below. This log home design has dormers that make the upstairs space feel larger, and lots of windows for letting in the natural light.

My Woodhome is a good place to start if log home living is something you are interested in. Some of the things you will find covered on the site include log home plans, log home design, log home budget and log home floor plans. You will also be able to find log cabin and log home builds, log home furnishings, maintaining a log home and log home products and companies. On the site, you will find a wide variety of log home designs, sizes and plans to look at. You can browse through their site to view thousands of different log home designs and log home plans to get a picture of the different types of log homes and log cabin designs that are available.

There are a wide variety of log home styles and log home designs to choose from. Some of the types of log homes you will hear about are handcrafted log homes and log cabins, to milled log homes, to hewn logs used in log homes. Handcrafted log homes are the type of log home or log cabin that is typically made from logs that have been hand peeled, so they look unchanged from what they looked like as trees. When you hear about milled log homes, this means that the logs are manufactured to all look similar in size and appearance. When hewn logs are used in a log home design, it means the logs are hewn by an axe to an oval shape, hexagonal shape, octagonal shape or rectangular section. When logs are sawn, it means that the logs are sawn to a standard width, but with their original heights.

The My Woodhome site is a great place to find useful log home maintenance tips. They will walk you through the processes of preparing your log home for the winter season. With tips on how to identify the signs of damage you log home may have endured during the warmer months, things like moisture or insect infiltration, stain erosion, failed caulking and weather stripping to keep the cold air out. Handcrafted log cabins and homes have been built for centuries in Eastern Europe, Scandinavia, and Russia. Handcrafted log homes and log cabins were typically built using only an axe and knife. In the 18th century, the Scandinavian settlers of New Sweden brought the craft of building log homes and log cabins to North America, where it was quickly adopted by the Native Americans and other colonists. The C.A. Nothnagle Log Home might be the oldest surviving log houses in the United States, and was built around 1640, located in New Jersey.

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