THERE’S JUST SOMETHING ABOUT JEFF AND ROBYN CALL’S LOG CABIN HOME THAT makes people—its owners included—pause and take a deep breath as they cross the threshold. “The smell of the wood and the logs literally takes your breath away;
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Over the years Yellowstone Log Homes has had many of its log homes published in various popular magazines, including Log Home Living, Log Home Design and Custom Wood Homes. With special permission from each of these magazines, it is our pleasure to share the published articles with you as well. We hope you will enjoy them and will be inspired by the numerous opportunities you have to build the log home of your dreams. You may find each of the floor plans to these published log homes on our floor plans page.
If there's one thing that Ceil and Dick Jaworski have learned, it's that there are vacation spots and then there are vacation homes - places you go to visit and places you go to really feel settled in, to get comfortable and relax.
The combined talents of the Ohligers brought out their best to create the ultimate log home retreat. With Steve's technical know-how and Judy's design flair, their spectacular home - high in the North Carolina mountains - is a seamless synthesis of art and technology.
It was one of those lucky breaks that rarely seems to happen when building a new home. In the market for a massive timber to anchor the spiral staircase they had planned for their log home, Judy and Bill Grover had heard about an enormous Douglas fir some logger friends had felled.
The first mountain home that Marilyn and Jack Knaff built in North Carolina was too small. Their second was too out of the way. But the third-a log home with fabulous views of the Smoky Mountains-turned out just right.
It's dark in the foothills above Idaho Falls, and the houses below light up the valley like fireflies. Far above the town the McAllister family leans on the deck of their five-bed-room log home, which sometimes feels more like a getaway.
Once Rodger and Jonnie Camping decided to finally build their log home in Idaho, they didn't hesitate to state their log preference: cedar. Even though the species isn't native locally, the Campings favored it because it's mentioned often in the Bible as a tree of high stature, most notably the cedars of Lebanon that Solomon used to build God's temple (1 King 5-6).
When Jeff Hunter first envisioned his log home, he pictured a hand-some structure built of massive Engelmann spruce on a serene 10-acre parcel near southern Utah's Cedar Mountains. For him, it was all about the wood-and the craftsmanship.