This Will Be Your Dream Log Cabin, Can You Guess Why?
This rustic log cabin design is the type of cabin that many people dream about. Simple in design with plenty of reclaimed lumber used and surrounded by forest, it's the perfect wood cabin to spend weekends and summer vacations. The front covered porch offers a bit of shelter on rainy days, in a rustic design that could be used by small family's and couples alike. A small wood cabin just needs some spots to sleep, whether that be a pull of sofa bed, bunk beds, and a loft, with an area to sit and small kitchen area to cook. A rustic wood cabin is all that you need to getaway and spend some quality time with family and friends. A big part of the appeal of this rustic wood cabin is in the forest location that it sits. Staying in a wood cabin surrounded by nature is a good way to relax and get away from the busy pace of city life. Getting away to a wood cabin where you can go to the lake, for long walks through the woods, is a good way to bond and create treasured memories. When you spend time in a log cabin or log home in a natural location, you are more likely to want to get out and be active, get some exercise and get fit. A log cabin is an excellent way to get outdoors and spend some time on your bicycle on a trail, go swimming, go boating or for a bicycle ride. Wood cabins and log home floor plans are a good opportunity to start creating treasured memories and time with your family and friends.
What makes this log home plan and design stand out is the use of reclaimed wood and lumber on the exterior of the wood cabin build. It seems these days that everywhere you look you are seeing reclaimed lumber being used on houses, and pieces of unique furniture. Reclaimed lumber is simply wood that has already been processed, and that is retrieved from its original use to be used in another building projects from log cabins interiors and exteriors and more. Most reclaimed wood and lumber comes from timbers and decking that are taken from old barns, factories, and warehouses; you also may find wood from less traditional structures such as wine barrels, boxcars and coal mines. Reclaimed or antique lumber is used mainly for decoration and home building, for example for siding, cabinetry, architectural details, furniture, and flooring. Reclaimed wood has a more rustic look that is appealing in many log homes and cabins. Barns are a source that most often serves as one of the most popular sources for reclaimed wood in the United States and Canada. Those barns that were built through the early part of the 19th century were typically constructed using whatever trees were growing on or near the property. They often had a mix of pine timber, oak, chestnut, poplar and hickory. Beam sizes were often limited to what could be moved by man and horse on the property. The wood was usually hand hewn using an ax. Soon red, white, black, scarlet, willow, post, and pin oak varieties were being cut and transformed into barns as well. The use of reclaimed wood is highly appealing in tiny home and furniture design, giving a unique look.
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