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Countertops 411

Like any home, the countertops used in a mountain style design can really make an impact on the aesthetic look and feel of a particular space. While you may be familiar with a number of different countertop options, building trends are always evolving and changing overtime. Here is an up-to-date look from Bob Vila at [...]

A Look into Architectural Complexity

A pivotal component of every log or timber frame home project is design. Creating a unique and stunning floor plan that fits your style and location requires time and planning. An important aspect of a home’s design that is often overlooked and harder to quantify than the square footage and layout, is the complexity. By [...]

Making Educated Price Comparisons

Although you dream about how your log or timber home will look when you first walk through the door, price is still an important factor for most people looking to build a custom home. If you are not familiar with how the wood home industry pricing systems differ from company to company your initial interactions [...]

Confidence in Your Design

The design phase of your timber or log home project is one of the most exciting. From the moment you start gathering photos and plan ideas, until you see the first incarnation of your home’s design, you are consumed with the details of your home’s look and layout. During this process, it is common to [...]