Log cabin lofts are great for extra sleeping quarters but they can be so much more! These multipurpose spaces can be used for a myriad of things. Here are some creative ways to make your log cabin loft work for you and your family.
Playroom – Kids can feel like they have their own hideout but they are still within supervisory distance. They can build forts, play games and work on arts and crafts. When they’re not playing, the loft can be a children’s study area. It’s not as confined as bedroom but allows students to be part of the family without as many distractions. Continue reading
Plenty of classic movies have been set in log cabins. Don’t just think about horror movies with the scary serial killers like Jason from the Friday the 13th series or 2012’s Cabin in the Woods. Below are the top 5 log cabin movies we found. So curl up on the sofa with some popcorn and enjoy! Continue reading
Often log cabin interior design can be overwhelmed by the imposing look of wood everywhere. With log walls, hardwood floors and log ceilings, the dominating visual aspect is wood. Log cabin design can be more than timber and earthy colors. Not that there’s anything wrong with that but there are other options. Here a few tips for personalizing your log home to make it truly yours. Continue reading
Assembling a log cabin kit shouldn’t be a headache. Start off with a reputable log cabin kit manufacturer that offers detailed instructions, assembly videos and insightful customer support and you’ll be well prepared.
So you’ve finished the assembly of your log cabin kit and the family is anxious to start spending time in your new vacation cabin making memories. Do you take the entire family or leave the pets at home? Not all pets are suited for travel. What’s the best decision for your pet’s personality? Before making that decision, consider the benefits and the challenges of pets at the log cabin. Continue reading
Even though logs can naturally store some heat, you may need to consider insulating your log home kit. Insulation might not be necessary for log homes in mild climates or those only used seasonally. However, if your cabin is a year-round residence in a colder climate, insulation is recommended. Insulating walls, floors and ceilings will contribute to the energy efficiency and comfort of your log home. Continue reading
You can recognize an A-frame log cabin by its triangular roof that resembles the letter “A.” Even though they have been around for centuries, A-frames became increasingly prevalent in the mid-1950’s through the 1970’s. Their popularity grew especially as vacation homes. The numerous benefits of A-frame cabins explain why they are still sought after today. Continue reading
Are you thinking about renting your log cabin? Maybe you want to help pay off the mortgage sooner. Maybe you just want extra money when your family isn’t using the cabin. Regardless of your reasons, renting out your log cabin can help offset the costs of owning it. Continue reading
Bob Vila, noted building and home improvement specialist and TV host for almost three decades, recommends Conestoga Log Cabin kits as a low cost kit for the 21st century. Vila discusses the low maintenance logs and range of floor plans available.
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Log Cabin: Perfect Hunting Cabin Kit
Hunters take their lodging seriously; in many instances they take pride in building their hunting cabin kit themselves. A Conestoga log cabin kit, with its straightforward installation, makes for a realistic building project for those with good general knowledge of construction. Various floor plans and options, such as a lean-to for keeping those quad-runners in the dry, provide unlimited possibilities.