Discover a series of pictures of the interior and exterior of this Idaho log-and-timber beauty by PrecisionCraft Log Homes.
An Idaho log-and-timber beauty showcases an innovative design that blends seamlessly into the rugged mountain landscape.
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|An Idaho log-and-timber beauty showcases an innovative design that blends seamlessly into the rugged mountain landscape.|
|The beautiful log-and-timber hybrid home covered in snow.|
|Elegant, strong and connected to its winter environment and surroundings.|
|A well-lit log home interior brightens the snow-covered home to any onlooker.|
|The double-sided fireplace-which also serves as the great room-provides abundant warmth on wintry Idaho nights.|
|The great room and kitchen merge into a convivial space for family and friends. Natural hues offer an homage to the Idaho countryside and complement the rich texture of the Douglas fir logs.|
|A unique blend of wood features-square, dovetailed logs on the walls and timber trusses overhead-amplifies the allure of the great room.|
|Stainless steel appliances and streamlined lighting play chic supporting roles to the grand timbers enveloping the kitchen. Squared and distressed, the timber accents are a favorite flourish among family and guests.|
|Rustic elegance envelops the log home's dining area, and the authentic wood dining room table offers a warm welcome to hungry guests.|
|Nowhere do the Douglas fir trusses appear more striking than from the loft. Seeming to frame the natural-stone fireplace and angular windows across the great room, the timbers-all heavily adzed-bring an additional dash of grandeur to an already magnificent space.|
|Upscale yet understated, the furnishings in the home's bedrooms complement-rather than compete with-the sophisticated timber accents surrounding them.|
|Understated bedroom furnishings, including crimson window treatments and a bed as sturdy as a draft horse, match the rustic harmony found throughout the room.|
|Honey-colored wood frames the master bathroom's mirror and windows, offering a visual connection with the home's Douglas fir logs.|