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Pioneer Log Homes Floor Plan: The Anchorage

08 Nov 2016, Posted by Amanda Fuller in Uncategorized

At just 1,436 sq. ft. the Anchorage is a small slice of heaven! This log cabin layout is perfect for a weekend getaway lakeside, or mountainside, and also makes a darling retirement home! Main Floor. The main floor houses a large great room with picture windows, allowing you to take in whatever incredible views surround your log home. The ample kitchen and dinning space creates a perfect atmosphere for entertaining large groups – and making…

Pioneer Log Homes Floor Plans: Goldrush

02 Aug 2016, Posted by Amanda Fuller in Design, Log Cabin Home Information

The Goldrush, constructed on the historic British Columbia Goldrush route, is a spacious and homey 2,280 square foot, post and beam log home. This rancher style log home is a perfect single family dwelling, ideal for home bodies or those who love to entertain. If you’re concerned one floor may not be enough space, add a full or half basement to accommodate your specific needs. The Goldrush houses three bedrooms on the main floor. Two…

Pioneer Log Homes Floor Plans: New Mexico

09 Jun 2016, Posted by Amanda Fuller in Design

Our June featured log home floor plan, the New Mexico, is an incredibly versatile plan, perfect for a family, retirement or vacation home. The New Mexico’s two story design, complete with two car garage and porte cochere, can be modified to fit your family’s unique needs and desires! Main floor. The main floor of the New Mexico plan includes a spacious master bedroom, complete with walk in closet and full ensuite. The ensuite features his…

Pioneer Log Homes Floor Plans: Marion Ridge

05 Apr 2016, Posted by Amanda Fuller in Custom Log Cabins, Design

With multiple bedrooms and bathrooms, and an incredible open concept great room, kitchen and dining area, the Marion Ridge is the perfect multi-family getaway. This 3,770 square foot log home floor plan was originally designed as a three-generation holiday home, offering room for children and grandchildren to make endless memories. Main Floor. An open concept kitchen and dining room that flow beautifully in the great room are the centre pieces of this log home design….

Pioneer Log Homes Floor Plans: Safari

02 Mar 2016, Posted by Amanda Fuller in Design, Log Cabin Home Information

The Safari is a perfect 1,146 square foot log cabin with open concept main floor plan and a 314 square foot loft. Whether you’re looking for an ideal retirement log home or a mountain-side ski cabin, the Safari floor plan is ideal for a small family.   Main floor. The master bedroom, kitchen, living room and bathroom all on the main floor make this log home ideal for retirement as the stairs won’t pose an…

Pioneer Log Home Floor Plan: Millersburg

03 Feb 2016, Posted by Amanda Fuller in Design

This incredible 5,561 square foot full log home is the perfect dwelling for a large family or those who frequently entertain guests. With a total of 5 bedrooms plus a guest suite, the Millersburg has plenty of room for your children, grandchildren, pets and friends! With the addition of a basement you can easily add more room for additional bedrooms, suites or entertainment areas. The open concept design of the kitchen and dinning area add…

Avoiding Common Oversights in Design

20 Nov 2014, Posted by Paula Freeman in Design

This time of year here at Pioneer Log Homes of BC we are starting our log home and cabin builds for the 2015 spring and summer season! It’s a busy time of year for our design team, luckily I was able to catch up with them just long enough to get a good idea of what goes on in the design room and get some of their “what not to do” design tips. Working in…

Top 5 Design Tips from our Design Team

24 Jul 2014, Posted by Paula Freeman in Design

Whether you are using one of our sample floor plans or sketching on a napkin, there are some key things to consider when designing your dream home. 1. Keep a list of features and characteristics that catch your eye. They may not all be implemented in your final design, but it’s worth keeping your ideas together throughout the process. 2. Start with the basics: How many bedrooms? Bathrooms? Family areas? Porch or deck? Garage? Open…

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