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A lot more than just logs are needed to build and maintain a log home. Find everything you need to know about windows, roofing, doors, flooring, cabinetry, fixtures, countertops, and more!

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7 Smart Storage Options for Your Log Home
7 Smart Storage Options for Your Small Log Home
Small log homes demand smart storage options. These clever options will help you stash your stuff in style.
Woodsmith DIY: Make an Entryway Hall Tree
Woodsmith DIY: Make an Entryway Hall Tree
This stylish entryway hall tree project is the perfect storage solution for any hall or entryway. You’ll find places to stash y...
Woodsmith DIY: Make a Double Porch Rocker
Woodsmith DIY: Make a Double Porch Rocker
With its solid construction and elegant design, this rocker is sure to be the most relaxing project you have ever built.
6 Stylish Lights For the Log Home
6 Stylish Lights For the Log Home
When it comes to illuminating your log home's spaces, let us shine a little light on the subject. these 6 stylish lights for th...
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5 Structural Design Details to Incorporate
If a log shell is like a finely tailored suit or a custom-designed dress, then a home's architectural details are the jewelry t...
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Your Guide to Replacing Windows in a Log Home
3 common questions (and answers) about log home window replacement.
Dutch Door
Have Pets? Install a Dutch Door for Instant Charm
If you're on the hunt to create a kid-friendly, pet-friendly environment, a Dutch door is the way to go.
Reclaimed Wood
5 Reasons to Buy Reclaimed Hardwood
The experts at Peachey Hardwood Flooring share their top five reasons to choose reclaimed hardwood flooring.
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Made in the Shade: Plants
Strategically selected trees provide beauty and long-term protection for your log home.
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Lighting Up Your Log Home
Don’t stay in the dark. When it comes to building a light-filled log home, the future is bright.
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Bonfire Basics for Log Homes
Outdoor fires are a great way to spend chilly winter evenings — but make sure you learn the basics before you burn.
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Modern Log Home Design Styles
The modern log home can look and feel any way you want it. Check out these current log home design styles for inspiration.
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Why Wool Is the #1 Choice for Area Rugs
With its many features and benefits – from natural beauty to durability to sustainability – wool is regarded as the strongest, ...
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WINTER IS COMING: Find the right heating option for your home
The facts behind three of today’s most popular home heating sources.
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Area Rugs - The Top 5 Reasons for Choosing Wool
Universally the #1 choice for area rugs, wool offers a number of features and benefits, from its natural beauty to its strength...
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Masonry Heaters and Bakeovens
Combining the ancient wonders of nature with innovative design and technology, Tulikivi masonry heaters bring energy-efficient ...
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How to Choose an Area Rug
Points to consider that will help in your quest for the ideal rug for you and your home.
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Maintaining and Fixing Wood Floors
Need help fixing wood floors in your log home? With a little know-how, you can silence faulty floorboards, repair minor damage ...
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The Story of a Log Home Woodcarver
Breathtaking realism and painstaking detail are the trademarks that separate woodcarver Lueb Popoff’s work from the pack.
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Building an Air-Tight Log Home
Windows and doors can be a home’s biggest perpetrators of inefficiency. But you can block leakage and build an air-tight log home.