Well Crafted Home on over ten acres minutes from Modern Shopping and quick commute routes. Realtor.com Page…Continue
Added by William Joseph Lahey on January 30, 2012 at 7:47am — No Comments
Here are the major reasons that discerning people break out of the drywall box and choose a timber…Continue
Added by Tim Schreiner on January 13, 2012 at 12:30pm — No Comments
After running this ad in a few recent issues, we received a deluge of calls from readers wanting to know more about this gorgeous French Country-style timber home. So we posted the article, which originally ran in the June 2007 issue of Timber Home Living, on…Continue
Added by Danielle Taylor on January 12, 2012 at 6:00pm — No Comments
So you're new to the whole world of log and timber homes, and you're starting absolutely from scratch. You probably have a lot of questions (like, say, what's the difference between a log home and a timber home?), but you may feel they're too basic to ask. Or you may be so overwhelmed that you don't even know…Continue
Added by Danielle Taylor on December 27, 2011 at 9:00am — No Comments
Our featured project this week is the East Texas Car Barn, a 20,000 sq. ft. museum for a personal collection of classic cars and tractors. This project, which is private owner-driven (no pun intended) and designed by Texas Timber Frames, will be the largest timber frame structure in Texas and one of the largest in the…Continue
Added by Texas Timber Frames on December 20, 2011 at 10:53am — No Comments
We need YOUR questions for the popular Q&A column in Timber Home Living magazine, so if you need advice on a certain situation with your timber home or just want to make sure you're properly prepared in advance, let us know! Each issue, we take one of your questions and consult the…Continue
Added by Danielle Taylor on December 19, 2011 at 2:41pm — No Comments
This 2400 square feet (additional 2200 sq. ft in walk-out basement finished) Cypress Timber Frame Home was completed 2005 over looking Lake Michelle (private 77 acre). This timber frame is unique with three style of bents all on a ranch style home layout.
ARCHED Beam (kitchen), HAMMER BEAM (Great Room) & TRADITIONAL KING POST(Master Bath) totally enclosed with ICF (Insulated Concrete Forms) 12 inch thick walls to withstand…Continue
Added by Dale Wayne Mills on December 14, 2011 at 2:00pm — No Comments
... and if you're planning, designing, financing, building or outfitting a timber home, it's the issue you won't want to miss! The Annual Buyer's Guide offers a step-by-step manual to every stage of the process, plus several beautiful home tours that offer aesthetic inspiration and practical case studies that you…Continue
Added by Danielle Taylor on December 13, 2011 at 5:57pm — No Comments
Truly one of a kind home located in a secluded, natural setting! Featuring gorgeous woodwork, hardwood floors, and numerous windows, this home has been tastefully updated while maintaining its unique character and beautiful craftsmanship. The open and airy living room offers vaulted ceilings, exposed beams, and cathedral windows. Great separation of space is provided by the main level master bedroom. The kitchen and dining room overlook the deck, as does a soothing sunroom with a water…Continue
Added by Barbara West on November 28, 2011 at 2:11pm — No Comments
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Located in rural Hanover,IL this home sets on 9.4 acres. Part timber and part open prairie. Built in 1999 this home was supplied by Riverbend Timber Co. from Northern Mich. Its frame is a mixture of red and white oak timber.
For details contact our website. www.prairiehaven.info.
Added by Peter Loughran on November 3, 2011 at 11:18am — No Comments
Notice anything different about the cover of Timber Home Living's December issue? We've completely redesigned it to bring you the content you love in a format that's sleek, efficient and modern — much like a timber home…Continue
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... which are available on newsstands this week. Are you working on your future timber home's layout? The October issue of Timber Home Living includes plenty of informative articles that can help you work out the details. Inside, you'll find:
- a destination piece on the peaceful, mountainous side…Continue
Added by Danielle Taylor on September 14, 2011 at 2:52pm — No Comments
There is nothing like a serious challenge to help you focus your thinking. This focus often leads to better conclusions than you might have considered otherwise.
The challenge for many people today is how to get what they want in their dream home — a dream home that has been downsized to fit their new budget realities. It is causing people to sacrifice some grandiosity and instead to give other considerations a higher priority.
Take Bill and Marise Craig, whose 16-by-19-foot…Continue
Added by Tim Schreiner on June 17, 2011 at 9:30am — No Comments
According to home improvement retailers, June is one of the busiest times to begin DIY projects—and paint is the most effective way to give the dry walls on your timber home a fresh look without the cost.
Since June kicks off the official start of paint season—ScotchBlue Painter’s Tape has brought on their Pro Prep Patrol team: professional painters and home improvement experts who are on hand to help those with dry wall in their timber homes with their paint dilemmas—for free! They…
Added by ScotchBlue Painter's Tape on June 8, 2011 at 1:30pm — No Comments
If so, you might be interested in Energy-Efficient Homes, a special issue from Home Buyer Publications that offers the best in green and energy-efficient design. It features hundreds of tips on low-cost energy conservation steps, how to tighten up older houses, ways to make your home healthier and more…Continue
Added by Danielle Taylor on May 11, 2011 at 2:06pm — No Comments
Your timber frame home will serve to connect you with nature in a way that isn't possible with conventionally built homes. The timbers are true to their natural state, not chipped into pressed word or sawn down to 2X4's. They are stately and honor their true beginnings.
Windows, open to the outdoors, bring in the seasons and allow you to feel and enjoy the weather, without being assaulted by cold or heat.
So, design your home to take advantage of the nature…Continue
Added by Bonnie Pickartz on May 6, 2011 at 11:39pm — No Comments
It might be time to get out the chisels and saws and build a timber frame.
We moved into a new home two years ago. Well, it was new to us, but was celebrating its 25th birthday. There is a utility shed out back that keeps our gardening weapons, all manner of sharp objects for attacking the onslaught of nature in our yard.
This little — and I do mean little — building is one of those home-center specials made of some undetermined metal that seemed to rust at…Continue