Check Out This Rustic Retreat – the Large Two-story Family Room Is Covet-worthy
This 1,362 square foot rustic log cabin design is about as good as it gets. You will want to take a look both inside and out, at all of the log home details from the stonework, the exposed posts, covered porches, dormers and more. There is so much to love about this log house design, with all of the amazing design elements you will also find yourself looking to all of the decor details from the country quilts, rugs, country furnishings, lighting, pictures and more. This two bedrooms rustic wood cabin has great spaces inside and out with two covered porches that extend the interior outdoors. The walls for this log cabin design are two by six with log siding, which gives you the best of both worlds. The family room soars two stories and has a beautiful stone fireplace. The family room is open to the kitchen which gives you cross-home views. The master bedroom of this wood cabin is on the main floor, and upstairs you'll enjoy a bedroom and a study that can double as a bedroom when needed. An overlook in the log cabin design has views to the family room below. You will want to take a closer look at this stunning log cabin design; you are sure to fall in love.
These days it seems that open concept wood cabins and home designs are more popular than ever before. With expansive kitchens that overlook common living areas throughout the wood cabin and home design. The strength of the timbers in a timber frame wood cabin allows for less load bearing walls, which naturally create an open floor plan that is free of obstructions. This type of wood cabin framing has been used for centuries, especially in older churches, because of the strength and durability of the build, along with its beauty. Wood cabins are a good choice when it comes to building waste and sustainability. That is because there is less waste in using the entire log in a timber frame wood cabin than using dimensional lumber for framing a traditional home design.
With conventional home design, the lumber is cut in the forest, hauled to a mill, then cut to size, and shipped to a distributor then to a local building supply store. And then once the wood is at the building site, it has to be cut again. Wood that is used for timber frame wood cabins goes through much less handling, which means lower costs. Once at the building site, the logs are then fit to size, with some adjustments are made with minimal waste. With a custom built wood cabin, you are getting an aesthetically appealing home; you have the option of having your framing logs being visible on both the outer or the inner walls of your wood cabin. The beauty and strength of being surrounded by perfectly placed timbers in a wood cabin give a sense of comfort and safety while adding character and a home design that is unique to every custom timber frame home.
Research has shown that living and staying in wood cabins built mostly of wood offers both physical and psychological health benefits. Using wood and sustainable building materials when constructing a timber frame log homes allow for a lower carbon footprint and lower costs to the environment. You can also recycle and use local wood; timber waste can further be recycled. This is just one of the log cabin designs you will find on the Architectural Design site. You will find other log house design plans, wood cabins, log cabin designs and more on the site. You will find Cape Cod floor plans, Craftsman, Country, Farmhouse and more when you take a look on the site. **
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