There is a lot to consider when designing your log home, and that is especially true with your kitchen. Do not be overwhelmed by all the questions you might have! Let this list be a guide to help you consider how you want your kitchen to meet your needs now and years to come. We want you to be able to carry on family traditions and create more memories!
Once upon a time, kitchens were meant to be used, but never seen. This was the room you hid behind a wall, in the basement or even in another building. But not now. Today’s kitchen is the centerpiece of your log or timber home. It’s the place where the family connects and parties converge. And since open-concept designs put this space on full display, you’ll want to make yours something special.
To accomplish just that, the editors of Log Home Living and Timber Home Living are partnering with Coventry Log Homes to bring you expert tips and planning advice in our upcoming webinar. Through inspirational photos paired with need-to-know storage, design and budget information, this FREE session will provide you with a recipe for success to cook up the kitchen of your dreams.
Deciding on a log package is one of the key moments in
the log home buying process. Our no-fail guide will help
you understand your choices.
IN THE DESIGN PHASE, the vision of your log home finally takes shape. Your objective is to map out the contours and overall flow of the structure as it relates to your land and your lifestyle now and for years to come. Monumental under- taking? Sure. But it’s also one of the best parts of the home-building process.
Fortunately, there’s a process to
get from visionary to homeowner, and
we’ll guide you through it all here in
20 easy steps.
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No one has a crystal ball to predict the future
, but if you plan your
new home following the basics of universal design, you’ll be prepared
for the years ahead. Building a home from scratch means you can
design it to be accessible and safe for your family and friends, no
matter what their age or ability. An accessible home may also have
a strong advantage when it comes time to sell.
Whether you are building a separate in-law or granny suite, or an entirely
accessible home, here are factors to keep in mind as you work out your plan.
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