For our second Inspired Living showcase we bring you: "A Tale of Three Families." The story of how three families, inspired by the same log home design, created 3 custom mountain homes.
This is your chance to actually see what we mean when we say: "You can customize any plan to fit your own unique style, location and budget!"
In "A Tale of Three Families," compare all three of these log home plan variations, side by side. In the photo comparisons you will see how each client's choice of wood, architectural complexity, layout, and finishes affected the final look and feel of these three log homes
Within the story itself you will learn what inspired these homeowners to build their remarkable log homes. Read how M.T.N Architects was able to take our award-winning Woodhaven floor plan and redesign it around each of these unique families.
Woodhaven Log Home Inspiration #1:
"A Milled Log Home for the Whole Family"
Sandy and Dennis chose to design their home to accommodate a large extended family. "We spend much more time at the log cabin than we had ever anticipated," remarked Sandy. Read about their log home design choices.
Woodhaven Log Home Inspiration #2:
"A Modern Log Home on the Maine Hillside"
Carol was looking for a rustic log home that would match her hillside location, but wanted a modern flair too. "My kitchen is designed more like a restaurant than a standard kitchen," says homeowner Carol Anderson. Read more about Carol's modern flair.
Woodhaven Log Home Inspiration #3: "Teton Valley Handcrafted Log Home"
Dave and Penny sought to design a genuine mountain style home which would make a statement and take full advantage of their Teton Valley location. "This is how real log homes are supposed to be, peeled and put together," says Dave. Read their handcrafted log home story.