Country's Best Cabins

Why Pennsylvania Farmland Is the Best Place to Build a Log Cabin
Why Pennsylvania Farmland Is the Best Place to Build a Log Cabin
With 170 acres of rolling western Pennsylvania farmland on which to build their log home, the Saymanskys can't lose.
Classic Design
Learn how to create a classic design for your log home based on the unique regional architecture of your land location.
Choosing Your Producer
The differences among log home companies go beyond the looks of their homes, find out if you need to hire a producer for your p...
Keep Your Eyes on the Prize
Download this free article to learn more about how to maintain your logs without too much hassle.
Your Log Home: Custom Design or Model Plan?
This free article aims to help you decide whether a custom design or model plan is best for you.
On Happy Trails: A Hybrid Vacation Cabin in North Carolina
A horse-loving homeowner builds a hybrid vacation cabin in the North Carolina mountains.
Treasure of the Sierra Nevada: Log Cabin in the California Mountains
Margaret and James always dreamed of a cabin in the woods, but for 30 years they were too busy working, raising a family and re...
Closing Down Your Cabin for the Season
Here's a couple of essential points to help you start a checklist to remember what you're closing down in your cabin for the se...
Homecoming Weekend: Planning a Waterfront Log Cabin
A Connecticut couple longs for the day when they can make their Upstate New York log home more than a weekend getaway.
Garden of Eden: Planning a Cabin in the Woods
Sweat equity has new meaning for a couple and their Arizona getaway cabin in the woods.
Off the Beaten Path: Planning a Secluded Log Cabin in Northern Colorado
With no public access roads and a 150-foot-long suspension bridge, this Colorado retreat isn't for the fainthearted.
Love at First Sight: Planning a Classic Log Cabin
Planning a classic log cabin. A home by Real Log Homes, featured in Log Home Design.
Staining Options for Your Log Home
Color your log home with these not-so-plain staining materials.
Protection for a Lifetime
Protect your log home forever from its outdoor enemies - moisture, sunlight and insects.
Fall Maintenance
Check for signs of damage to your wood home's exterior before the cold weather begins to set in.
Building a Log Home
The construction phase is where planning and design come together. Here's a step-by-step look at the process.
How Will Your Home Look and Live?
This free download introduces some ideas to guide you while designing your special home.
June Cover Log Home: A Quebec Cabin
We used the pool view of this log home on a cover of the June issue of Log Home Living.
Against All Odds: Planning a Lakeside Cabin
With a deadline looming, a couple oversees the construction of their log home in southern Virginia — and beats the clock.