January 26, 2018
It is safe to say, when presenting or describing their log home or timber frame home dream, EVERY client has a vision of the perfect fireplace. Many times, more than one. If our log home floorplans were jigsaw puzzles, many of the pieces would be fireplace, indoor and out…
January 17, 2018
After 20 years spent living in the country’s fourth-most populous city, John and Shanna were ready for a change. But when the financial planner and computer programmer packed their bags and headed out of the Houston city limits, their final destination was a surprise even to them.
Originally the couple moved north to Minnesota. But the cold winters proved too much after two years in the Land of 1,000 Lakes, so the couple decided to journey west. In the mountains of Durango, Colorado, the couple discovered the perfect 12 acres for their new log home. And in the process of building it, they also began a business out of their new home. Read more
January 10, 2018
Client (him – LL Bean plaid pajama pants, ‘A bad day fishing beats a good day at the office’ coffee mug in hand): “It’s an original Boyne Falls log cabin, Town + Country’s roots. We want to replace it with a 21st century White Cedar log home.”
Client (her – Prada beach wrap, DG glasses, Mimosa): “Yes, but not so rustic.”
Client (him): “Okay, but with logs, yes?”
Client (her): “I was thinking something a bit more modern.” Read more
January 3, 2018
This timber frame home in Flagstaff, Arizona, doesn’t feature the cookie-cutter style you’d expect from a built-to-sell house. Every inch of its 3,913-square-feet is completely custom and crafted with the homebuyer-to-be in mind.
The builders knew that anyone buying a home in this high-end, gated mountain community would likely be older and likely be hunting for a second home. There was no buyer waiting in the wings, but they knew this wasn’t a one-size-fits all space and made conscious decisions regarding its floorplan and finishes. The house has multiple levels, but the living areas and master bedroom are all situated on the main floor so the future homeowner could avoid stairs. Because they expected that this would be a vacation home, the builders also installed no-fuss, easy-to-care-for surfaces and casual dining space options. Read more