This may seem odd, but the neatest things about using log siding on an interior is you don’t have to do every wall in log siding. There is a time and place for everything. An entrance and main room are always great areas to make rustic. (In my opinion). But in a kitchen or bath it can be hard to clean or wallpaper. Some people in the household like to change paint color, wall paper and or tile. You may disagree but your sleeping arrangement may change if you disagree with the wrong person. Know what I mean?
These photo’s only show where the log siding was installed, not the rooms that were drywalled and had log trim around the windows and doors. Great details. Another great effect is to have a sawmill cut some pealed logs in half and attach them to the drywall on the ceiling to look like exposed beams. We are full of ideas, contact us.
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