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A Log Home That Doesn’t Compromise Between Style And Comfort

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Sometimes people think that when building a real log home they have to compromise style for durability and comfort. The Beaver Run log home floor plan from Confederation Log and Timber Frame is a beautiful design that shows that it’s possible to integrate both style and function. This design actually happens to be one of the company’s most popular floor plans and it’s easy to see why. This design features 2,068 square feet of living space on two floors with two bedrooms and two bathrooms plus you can see how stylish the entire design turned out once it was decorated and completed.

This spacious log home would work for a full-time living arrangement or use as a vacation home too. This particular build is located beside a beautiful lake, with peaceful views of the lake and the surrounding forest. Plus, it has a covered wraparound outdoor patio, with a section of the patio a screened porch to enjoy the views. It goes to show how important the location you build your log home is and how much it adds to the appeal of the home. That can be sorted out while in the design phase of the home building process so that you can make the most of your floor plans and designs. Home designers can even give you a hand with this too since they have a good idea of where a building would work best on a piece of land.

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The main floor features 1,325 square feet with an open living room, dining room and kitchen, as well as a bedroom and a bathroom. Upstairs the area is 743 square feet with an open loft space and one bedroom. The stone fireplace in this log home build is the focal point of the great room, while the dormers are a great feature of the upper level. The traditional style doesn’t look outdated either and they’ve done a great job of making it look as modern as possible while keeping key elements of classic log home design. One of the most traditional features would have to be the covered front patio which is quintessential to country living. But then on the inside of the home, they added some modern furniture and kept the decor pretty minimal. So this home is definitely a great bridge between the old and the new. No wonder it’s one of their most well-loved designs.



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