Cabin floor plans
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Jasmine Cauley saved to Mamas house
A look at the 600 square foot small cabin house on the farm. The little get away cabin may be small in size, but it's big in living space!
mac Whitehead saved to House Ideas
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Brooke Steele saved to Cabin
This 2-bedroom Cottage offers a rustic appeal with a 10'-deep front porch that spans the width of the home. An oversized glass door welcomes you into the vaulted living room which freely flows into the kitchen. The kitchen's island features an eating bar and a window above the double-bowl sink offers views into the back yard. A barn door retracts to reveal a laundry room / pantry combo, conveniently close to the heart of the home. Bedrooms frame the central living space and are identical in…
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Laurie Foote saved to Finalists
A log cabin plan very similar to the original “Horseshoe Bay”log cabin, this variation shows how a few changes can make a custom log home ideal for every situation. Planning a guest house? Each bedroom in this log home plan has its own bathroom, making it better suited for accommodating couples. (If you’re planning a […]
Jennifer Bagby saved to New House Ideas
The couple wanted their log home to be so comfortable and timeless, Daniel Boone would have improved.
Rachel Herrington saved to Marcus Cabin
A Log Cabin Kit for $11,900 showed up in my Facebook Marketplace feed. I looked up the company where they come from and found some of their floor plans and options. The listing is from Doug Avery i…
Kaylie Burkes saved to Remodeling Ideas!!
When Greg and I first started dreaming about our log home, I used to review the floor plan books constantly. I would sketch what I wanted on paper or superimpose a plan I found on paper and then mark my changes. I would picture myself in each room and think about what I wanted versus what I needed. Of course, what we could afford was always the deciding factor! I knew I wanted large bathrooms, the traditional loft, an open floor plan with the kitchen/dining/living room area and a wall of…
Jan Pitmon saved to Plans & Ideas