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The Log Connection - Fairmont
A prow roof soars over the living and dining rooms in this classic wilderness getaway home.
The Log Connection - Linden
To view photos and a walk-through tour of this house, please visit www.thelogconnection.com/linden.
Green Building Tips & Techniques
While the primary goal is to protect the environment, green-building practices often result in financial savings for consumers — including log-home owners.
True Grit
A couple creates a rustic Wyoming escape by combining two 1930s-era log cabins into a 1,000-square-foot guesthouse.
How To Navigate the Bidding Process
How To Navigate the Bidding Process
With a little careful planning and organization, you can get your home built right, and at a price you can afford.
Enchanted Land
Consistently voted as one of the best places to vacation, live and retire, Ruidoso, New Mexico, has much to offer those who dream of owning a log home in the Southwest.
Maple Island Log Homes - Menominee
This home enjoys most of its living on the main level with two additional bedrooms upstairs. Its complex design creates interest and cozy spaces.
The Frugal Chef
A well designed kitchen makes everything taste better. Use these tips to save money and time in your log home's kitchen.
Pioneer Log Homes of British Columbia, Ltd. - Show Home
With a main level and loft totaling 990 square feet, this show home makes the perfect little cabin in the woods.
7th Annual Floor Plan Design Contest
Introducing the winners of Log Home Living's 7th Annual Floor Plan Design Contest.
Rock On
One couple restores authentic Sedona charm to a log home at the base of Cathedral Rock.
10 Secrets of Small House Design
Expert tips for squeezing living space into the smallest designs.
Hiring a Log Home Architect
Learn how to get the most out of your architect or designer, and find out what questions you should ask them.
Drawing Up a Furniture Plan
A room-by-room guide to furnishing your log home.
Budget "Must-Haves"
Budget "Must-Haves"
You can cut costs at every corner, but cutting these corners will end up costing much, much more.
Montana Log Homes - MLH-0
The MLH-042 plan features three bedrooms, four bathrooms, and 3,400 square feet of living space on the main and upper levels.
Nicola LogWorks
This post-and-beam home features large-diameter Western red cedar, which was salvaged by helicopter logging a burn on the steep banks of the Nahatlatch River.
Cozy Cottage
Even the biggest rooms can feel homey with these "small-minded" design tips.