Standing in a new home often brings a wealth of mixed feelings; excitement for a new adventure, sticker shock and buyer’s remorse over how much the place costs, dread about unpacking all those boxes, eagerness to find new places for everything to go. There are so many things involved with having a new home, but the excitement (and possibly the sticker shock) is even greater when that home is exactly what the owner dreamed of having; those emotions are even better when the home is a vacation home or log cabin up in a secluded mountain wood or on a hidden ranch somewhere. The opportunity to go “roughing it” in style, with all the modern conveniences and the secluded feeling is something few people ever really get to experience, but it is a feeling worth buying. Everyone’s preferred level of “roughing it” is different, so there are all kind of log cabins floor plans to choose from, everything from non-electric one room squares to multi-level log mansions.
Luxury or Simplicity
Some people love the rustic feel without the rustic lifestyle, while others take pride in being able to live off of the land by their own knowledge and wits; a refined woman would probably have some unpleasant words to say if her hunting husband brought a fresh deer back to their white carpeted cabin to skin. No two cabin owners are alike, so no two cabins are designed or built exactly the same way. Log cabins floor plans are often custom made to meet the needs and desires of the people building the cabin; not all vacation homes are built this way, but a vacation home should be the place someone goes to relax, to feel the weight of the world leave their shoulders. If that means leaving modern technology behind, then that is perfect; if that means feeling like a country lord with all of the luxuries possible, then the cabin should be built with all those luxuries in it. About the Author: In the early 1940's, Allpine Lumber (http://www.allpineloghomes.com/) began as a small lumber mill, focused principally on producing rough-cut dimension lumber for the residents of a small part of southern Colorado. Today, Allpine Lumber Log cabins floor plans is one of the principal suppliers of house logs and other planed materials for log homes, not only for Colorado, but also for most of the Midwest and other parts of the United States.
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