Celebrate the Romance of a Log Home or Cabin This Winter

Celebrate the Romance of a Log Home or Cabin This Winter

With Valentine’s Day less than a month away, and cold weather keeping us too chilled to want to spend much time outdoors, now is the time to think about all the romance a log home or log cabin can bring.  To help make your log home winter the most romantic, we have five things you need to set the perfect scene.

1) A log home in the wilderness

Nothing is more romantic than coming home to a log home in the evening.  Surrounded by looming storms and winter’s chill, a log home or cabin glows with warmth and comfort.  Of course the great thing about a log home is that whether it’s built in the wilds of Montana, or on a small lot in the suburbs of Charlotte, NC – it will always be cozy and warm – the perfect backdrop for romance.

2) Cozy furniture

log home great room with leather sofa

After a long day of work or recreation, it’s great to cozy up on some over sized pieces of furniture.  After all, it wouldn’t be a romantic log home experience if the furniture weren’t big enough for two to cuddle on.

3) A roaring Fire

log cabin with stone fireplace

This may sound cliché, but not much can compare to a roaring fireplace.  Not only does it help to cut through the chill of a room, its crackling hiss and flickering flame add an air of romance to a dark cold night.  Of course, even for non-romantic occasions, it’s a fabulous addition to a log home or cabin (particularly for those who also are in love with s’mores.)

4) Dinner for two

log home kitchen with island

Sharing a meal together is a classic way to spend time with the one you love.  There’s no need to eat at a large dining table when there’s only two people.  Keep the occasion intimate with a setting just for two.  Put the same level of effort into the meal itself, but no need to be too formal.  After all, we’re looking for romance, not a formal dinner party.

5) A jetted tub

log home master bathroom with jetted tub

Perhaps it is another trite feature, but a big tub made for two adds just the right amount of romance to a log home or cabin.  Particularly if your log home or cabin is a second home where you’ll be doing a lot of skiing, snow shoeing, hiking or other strenuous outdoors activities, having a place to soak tired muscles and unwind is important.

If you’re interested in building your own romantic log home, call Real Log Homes today or fill out the form below for more information.

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