Log Rhythms has blended the best of highly textured natural materials with a high level of detail. The feel is both lodge like and cozy.
Diagonal views also manipulate the spaces so they feel bigger than they are.
The abundance of windows and doors allows natural light to fill the rooms at the same time opening onto the porches for outdoor entertaining.
A frequent comment has been “the cabin feels bigger inside than it looks from the outside”.
The Great Room vaulted ceiling reaches 26 feet at the ridge and opens onto the kitchen, dining and study, each with differing ceiling heights defining the spaces without walls.
The Texas Hill Country limestone fireplace is a handsome focal point of the Great Room and the alcove frames the deer trophy perfectly. The exaggerated corbels supporting the mantel are nicely proportioned with the fireplace.
Central to the living spaces, the green cabinets provide well thought out storage as well as keeping the host or hostess part of the conversation.
The farm table and missed matched chairs makes for a comfortable gathering place over a good meal or glass of wine.
Overlooking the great room, the loft is ideal for reading of playing board games.
When you interpret a classic Chippendale grill pattern in rustic white cedar you create a rustic elegant staircase rail.
Showcasing the change in roof pitches gives this small bedroom interest and intimacy.
The tin ceiling, bead board walls and claw foot tub of this bathroom take you back time. Notice the simple pediment detail over the mirrors.
This fireplace on the porch started a trend 22 years ago. It allows for your outdoor living porch to become a year round gather spot to share smores, cocktails or high tails.