There are a lot of ideas that pop up in peoples' minds when they hear someone mention a log home. It's true that many people associate log homes with northern climates in rural areas. And while we, as a New England based company, do agree that log homes are a perfect fit for our region, we also know that log homes can be built in any part of the country - even the world. Here are some of our favorite examples on how log homes are a great choice for any region.
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Building a new log home is a serious decision that requires a lot of careful thought and planning. It requires the right team of designers and skilled craftsman to provide the highest quality log home. So, when people come to Real Log Homes® looking for the right partner to guide them through the process, we're eager to share our history and show off some of our favorite log homes through the years - from 1963 to today.
We often receive requests from people looking for a log home floor plan that's not too big, but can still accommodate a number of guests for summer vacations and holiday gatherings alike. The Moultonboro log home floor plan is one of those plans that really works. In total the plan is 1,975 square feet, not including basement space. With a spacious firs
When designing a log home it's important to think of how the design elements within the home will work with the abundance of natural wood tones. This is particularly true in the kitchen. It can be a place to fully embrace the look of wood, or an opportunity to showcase various other materials in contrast to the logs. Here are some of our favorite counter top material ideas.
Here in New England we recently experienced quite the blizzard. With this experience we’ve all become newly familiar with the concept of staying in. When trapped indoors for a while, it can make you think about your home in new ways. From ‘I have got to get rid of that old wallpaper’, to ‘thank goodness we installed that new furnace last year!’ Being stuck indoors may even have you dreaming of a new home or cabin. So, to help we’ve compiled a list of the top five ways to pass the winter in a Real Log Home.
There are a lot of things that make a log home iconic. From the natural material to the warm cozy aesthetic, a Real Log Home is truly an icon. But, there's more to a log home than just the custom floor plan, top grade materials and skilled network of independent representatives who build the log homes. There's also the decor that our homeowners fill their homes with. We often get inquires from log home enthusiasts asking us "Where can I get that?" Here are some of the items we receive the most inquires on, which are true icons of log home style.
With the recent uptick in confidence in the housing market, many log home enthusiasts are considering making 2013 the year for their new log home or cabin. Housing starts are up, and many top contractors are already reaching capacity and needing to hire more crew members to keep up. It’s the right time to get a design drafted and begin construction. One of
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.
A lot of people, perhaps even the majority, set some sort of New Year’s resolutions for themselves. We thought it would be fun to see how we can help fulfill some of the most common resolutions with some real log style.