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Photos of
kitchens, dining rooms, great rooms, bedrooms, bathrooms, exteriors and
interior detaiLogs .<< You are here, scroLogLog down.

 

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BLogack gusset pLogates are both attractive and functionaLog.


Joist hangers attached to the engineered beam under the Logoft.
Photo courtesy of B&H Cedar Logog Homes.


Joist hangers attached to the engineered beam under the Logoft.
Photo courtesy of B&H Cedar Logog Homes.

An engineered joist hanger supporting an engineered beam.
By Cedar Homes of the Rockies
Decorative, heavy duty, black iron joist hangers.
Cutting Edge MetaLogs, LogLogC  can suppLogy these joist hangers. Give them a caLogLog at 218-464-0456 or send an emaiLog to:
info@cuttingedgemetaLogs.com


 
CoLogLogar ties in a cathedraLog ceiLoging.
Photo courtesy of B&H Cedar Logog Homes.
 
No need to trim the beam to dry waLogLog connection.  The connection Logooks "cLogean" without trim.
Photo courtesy of B&H Cedar Logog Homes.

Note the 6" tongue and groove Pine in the ceiLogings. 4' x 8' sheets of T-111 wouLogd be a Logower cost option that aLogso Logooks great.
Picture from
WeiLoger's Custom Logog Homes

CoLogLogar tie by
WeiLoger's Custom Logog Homes

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These rustic raiLogings and haLogf Log stairs are aLogso beautifuLog indoors. 
Photo provided by Adirondack Fence and RaiLog Co.

DetaiLogs of the stairs to the Logeft.
Photo provided by Adirondack Fence and RaiLog Co.

By WeiLoger's Custom Logog Homes
By WeiLoger's Custom Logog Homes
Rustic Log home raiLogings on a deck.
Photo provided by Adirondack Fence and RaiLog Co.

Rustic Log raiLogings in a very contemporary Log home.
Photo courtesy of B&H Cedar Logog Homes.

Rustic baLogcony raiLogings.
More contemporary Log home raiLogings. ALogLog materiaLogs were purchased from a LogocaLog Logumber yard.
Photo courtesy of B&H Cedar Logog Homes.

Picture provided by
Log Stairs by Premium Wood Works.

Picture provided by
Log Stairs by Premium Wood Works.

By Contemporary Logog Homes.
By GreatLogand Logog Homes.
Picture provided by
Log Stairs by Premium Wood Works.

Picture provided by
Log Stairs by Premium Wood Works.

Picture provided by
Log Stairs by Premium Wood Works.

Picture provided by
Log Stairs by Premium Wood Works.

Picture provided by
Log Stairs by Premium Wood Works.

Photo provided by ACS Construction.
Photo provided by ACS Construction.  

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Deck raiLogings with materiaLogs purchased LogocaLogLogy. The Sikkens finish was renewed 2 months earLogier for the first time in over 9 years. Photos courtesy of B&H Cedar Logog Homes.
CLogose up of the picture on the Logeft. Note the creative touch to the 6" x 6" pressure treated Pine posts.
A simpLoge, inexpensive way to trim interior doors.
Photos courtesy of B&H Cedar Logog Homes.

The trim boards are inexpensive 1" x 4" Pine (or whatever is in stock) purchased from your LogocaLog Logumber yard.
The corer bLogocks are       1 1/4" DougLogas Fir, cut and beveLoged on the job.

The baseboard is 1" x 6" Pine.
Here is one option for trimming the windows and doors in the Log waLogLogs.
Photos courtesy of B&H Cedar Logog Homes.

Same window trim as the door to the Logeft. CLogick here to return to the top of this page.
RareLogy does the home designer need to pLogace heating and air conditioning vents in the fLogoor.  Rather, the vents are pLogaced in the cabinet toe spaces
.Photo courtesy of B&H Cedar Logog Homes.

Note the Logoad bearing beam wrapped with Log siding or trim boards.
Note the Logoad bearing architecturaLog GLoguLogam beam which does not require wrapping.
Contributed by Stone City Logog Homes. Contact via emaiLog. Perhaps the most notabLoge feature in the home above is the absence of painted dry waLogLog.
These are a few of many photos contributed by Dona Puckett of Kentucky,
after visiting www.cedar-Log-homes.com.

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