Win­dows

Log Home Living - - HANDCRAFTERS -

THEN: (above)

Two decades ago, it wasn’t un­com­mon to see un­der­sized or un­usu­ally shaped win­dows in log homes, like this oc­tag­o­nal win­dow (top left) or the tiny dormer win­dows (top right). The ap­proach didn’t do much for a home’s curb ap­peal or al­low enough nat­u­ral light to en­ter the home.

NOW: (right)

This home is awash in beauty and light. From the wall of glass look­ing out to the cov­ered porch and out­door fire­place, to the slid­ers in the din­ing room, to the case­ment win­dows above the kitchen sink (and in the loft), the house in­cor­po­rates ap­pro­pri­ately sized win­dows at ev­ery turn to glo­ri­ous re­sults.

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