Decorating Your Log Home Interior
If you opted to have the interior walls of your log home drywall free, with the actual logs exposed, you will have many different decorative opportunities than if you had used drywall. Leaving the logs exposed is a great way to enhance the natural beauty of your home, as well as appear warm and inviting, but only if you decorate in such a way that facilitates that.
Try some of the following suggestions:
* Match your furniture to the wood. If you have dark wood, or have the walls stained a dark color, having dark wood furniture may make the room appear drab and boring, if not depressing and dark. Try incorporating furniture that contrasts with the wood enough to show a lively, uplifting atmosphere.
* Dont go country home unless you want to. Many people feel obligated to decorate in a country theme, even if it goes against the personal style or preference. Just because you live in a log home doesnt mean you have to have everything western themed.
* Let the wood do most of the talking. Log homes are popular for their ability to showoff the natural beauty of the wood. Dont try to cover that up. Instead, accent the wood with your furniture and decorative selections, allowing the wood to do all of the talking, per say. After all, that is why you bought the home.
Restoring Classic Log Homes
Restoring classic log homes is like restoring a traditional home, you just need to follow the right steps.
What is a Modular Log Home?
A modular log home, or log home kit, is a prefabricated log home delivered right to your property.
Where to Look for Log Home Floor Plans
With a log home floor plan, you can dictate your every desire into your very own modern, yet rustic home.
Buying a Log Modular Home
If you are buying a log modular home you are probably looking to find a manufacturer that is capable of delivering you the components.
Custom Log Homes can be expensive
Prices for a custom log home can skyrocket as high as five times as much as a kit home.