Log Homes Interior

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Open concept great room.
This stair system is reffered to as a fold back stair.
Beautiful bedroom area with exposed beams.
Inviting enclosed sunroom area adds a great area for relaxing.
This dining area openly adjoins the open kitchen making meal preperations easier.
The kitchen island in this home helps define the kitchen area and provides additional work area.
Contrast in color between pine logs and decking and the douglas fir beams all work together and compliment each other.
Fireplaces are available in many different styles, sizes and shapes. We also offer several types of coverings for the fireplace surround and chase.
Another perspective of the fireplace.
Doghouse dormers are equally visually asthetic from the interior of your new home as outside and allow additional lighting.
Skylights and roof windows are another way to allow natural lighting to enhance the interior of your log home.
Painted drywall walls in the homes allow the home owner ability to paint and decorate more frequently and also help brighten walls up.
Handsome 6x12 douglas fir girder tie beams help tie log walls together.
Douglas fir 3x12 stringers and treads combined with rustic hewn interior railings give that authentic look to the interior of your log home.
Douglas fir stringers and treads with closed risers with douglas fir rails and spindles are equally a good design and look.
Log homes offer walls to perfectly display your collection of dead animals.
Another picture of the "picture perfect" dining room / kitchen combination.
Level rail on the landing portion of the fold back stairs.
Check out this cozy bedroom space created in the gable loft.
This log structure was built for display area for a local florist / nursery business.
Another picture of the display area.
This gas log fireplace has a manufactured stone chase, hearth on floor and is adorned with a handsome 6x12 douglas fir mantle.
Open concept great room.
The second floor beams and loft in this home help to define the kitchen below.
Another view of the fireplace flanked by patio doors.
The beautiful douglas fir staircase is a nice contrast with the painted walls.
Another perspective of the loft.
The additional space created by the doghouse dormer can be utilized several different ways.
Another look at the towering fireplace chase.
Open loft area with bathroom at left. The mission style railing made of douglas fir were custom made at our shop in Lagro by skilled craftsmen!
Dining area open from great room and adjoining the kitchen area.
The expance of glass in this gable end opens the entire home up to the outdoors and its surroundings.
Corner whirlpool with custom surround.
Hickory flooring is a very popular choice on main floors and looks great with the painted walls and pine logs alike.
Well defined work areas and hickory cabinets are all part of this cooks kitchen.
An open kitchen design with island facing the great room help to keep the food service director in the mix of things during meal preperation!
With a little bit of imagination and artistic ability, even painted walls look cozy.
View from the loft at the glass gable end.
This couple utilized the open area of the loft for a television room.
Behind the aquarium is a nice size bath for the loft area.
Another perspective of the loft area.
Natural pine 2x6 tounge and groove loft flooring is accentuated with a clear polyurethene varnish to bring out the natural beauty and grain of the wood.
Loft bathroom.
The log framed mirror and woodsy stenciling on the walls help to carry the log theme throughout the log home.
Another shot of the loft.
The home-owner chose to use these elegant looking Polar Pine 3 panel knotty doors that were imported from Finland.
Large closet area in loft for storage.
The common wall that seperates the living areas from the bedroom areas look very good with matching log siding.
Basement stairways are usually located directly underneath loft stairs.
Corner whirlpool.
This gable window is "picture perfect "
A closer look at the hewn round railings.
Another hewn railing project with an intermediate post on the stringer.
Ceiling fans help to move the warm air and keep it circulated in cathedral ceilings.

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