Personalize Your Custom Log Cabin with Different Interior Design Options

Owning a custom log cabin means having your own personal hideaway from
the hustle and bustle of city life. This will be the place where you can relax
and enjoy the sights and sounds of nature. To truly be comfortable in this
space, however, it’s important that beauty and comfort aren’t exclusively found
in the great outdoors; they must also be present indoors.


The best way to achieve this is to base the cabin’s interior design on
your personal tastes. The type of furniture your designer will recommend, in
particular, plays a significant role in assuring this.

Traditional log cabins typically have rustic
furniture, which feature botanical elements for a more natural look.
From the banister to the chandelier and your dining table, everything is
created using bentwood, twig work, or a combination of both. Antlers or mounted
deer heads are also added to enhance the rustic charm of a log cabin.


Custom log cabins with a more contemporary feel to
them are usually decorated with modern furniture, which give a sleeker, more
streamlined effect to the home. This is even enhanced if the cabin features
modern touches like floor-to-ceiling windows, tiled flooring, and a modern


There are also cabins that feature both rustic and modern
without compromising design cohesion. This
marriage between both concepts results in a comfortable home that is both
clean and streamlined, while still having the coziness and charm of a
traditional log home. Fixed features such as banisters, fireplaces, and rails
can still be made of stonework or bentwood/twig work, while couches and other
movable furniture will feature more contemporary design elements.


At Beaver Mountain Log & Cedar Homes, you can consult with a design
team to help you create the ideal
custom log cabin based on your personal
preference. Call 1-800-233-2770 or visit today for more details.  


Sponsored post by

It's only fair to share...Pin on Pinterest0Digg thisShare on Reddit0Share on StumbleUpon1Share on Tumblr0Share on Yummly0Share on Google+0Tweet about this on TwitterShare on Facebook0

You may also like ...


Leave a Reply