This cabin is an exemplary example of how easy it can be to build the log cabin of your dreams without breaking the bank. With big logs, a peaked roof and stunning window wall at the front, this home’s exterior boasts stunning design features. Once inside you’ll notice spiral staircase made out of handcrafted logs leading up to two bedrooms and bathroom on top floor adorned with stunning log finishes throughout. Throughout this entire house you’ll see log walls, posts and beams for a truly picturesque appearance.
Cabins don’t have to be sophisticated designs. Sometimes the best-looking log cabins are simple yet classic: remember those two-room wood cabins on the lake that your family visited as kids? If you want to build an old-school wood cabin of your own, rest assured – you’re in great company.
Small log cabins are just as popular as luxurious log homes, and their rustic charm adds an extra layer of attraction. A traditional square log cabin is less costly to construct than some of its more intricate counterparts, and has more usable space if you need to do more with less. In the long run, simple designs will cost less money overall.
When planning your new cabin, take into account what purpose it will serve. Could it be a getaway for close family and friends, an outdoor hunting or fishing lodge, seasonal use only or year round usage? Remember the cabin memories from when you were growing up and be inspired by them when creating your own getaway today.
When designing your cabin for maximum usable space, keep partitioning to a minimum. A great design would be one great room with kitchen in one corner and small bathroom off it. If privacy is desired, small bedrooms should not exceed 100 square feet in size. If additional bunks are necessary, add on an attached loft accessible via ladder for even more fun!