Everyone has a favorite pastime, but if yours borders on obsession, why not devote an area of your log home to its pursuit? Get inspired by these eclectic hobby hotspots.
Big Screen Bliss (left).
For some, a normal TV just won’t do. Want to feel like you’re part of the action? Then a projection television, built-in surround sound and adjustable lighting are musts.
Catch of the Day (below).
You won’t have to fish for compliments from your fellow anglers with a fully stocked fishing nook like this. Natural lighting makes tying your own flies easier.
A Gamer’s Paradise (above).
Why have a mere game room when you can have a personal arcade? With smart arrangement, you can pack a lot of activities in a small space.
House Wine (right).
Does your inner oenophile crave a personal wine cave? You’re in luck — log homes and wine cellars are a natural fit, and they can be as simple or sophisticated as your taste in vino.
Arts & Crafts (above & right).
A second-story dormer or loft is prime territory for a studio. Large windows not only provide natural light to nurture your talent, they usher in an endless source of inspiration.
Lock, Stock and Barrel (above).
If gun collecting is your passion, a dedicated, secure room is the way to go. The gunstock-style log post is right at home in this firearms room, which is decorated to perfection for the avid huntsman.
Lofty Fitness Goals (right).
Finding time and space for exercise is tough. Let your loft pull double duty as an office and fitness area. Having the equipment in plain sight serves as a constant reminder that you need to get your daily steps in.
Ready for the Run (left).
With a ski-in/ski-out room in your log home, hitting the slopes will be all downhill from there. The wide design makes maneuverability easy and personal lockers keep your gear organized.