On the search for constructing your dream home, clashes between the two distinct ideas are encountered more often than not. One particular debate that almost always frustrates aspiring homeowners is having to choose between building a home with a contemporary touch or that of a conventional aura. Are authentic cylindrical wooden panels preferable to that of sleek, polished glass panes? Does the wood convey a down-to-earth façade or should you splurge on a furnished stone just for the sake of luxury? Luckily, Golden Eagle Log & Timber Homes have concocted the perfect combination of old and new, just enough to satisfy the vintage connoisseur and the modernist in you.
This three-storey home (lower level optional) features a balance between the use of wood, stone, glass, and metal. It proves function can be fashionable in the woods. Modern day preference like ceiling-to-floor glass windows provide a calm ambiance to the home and serve as a balance to the softer tones the wooden infrastructure sports. An interior look into the home displays the use of marble which is selectively inserted into different areas to complete a regal tone.
This home is complete with a garage, a sizeable porch, two decks, a chimney, and an outdoor bonfire pit– all promising a getaway from the buzzing conundrum that we call the city life. The home’s three beds and bathrooms prove to be more than enough for your family or guests (or maybe both), as they travel through time without losing touch of modern life while living in your brand-new home.
Contractor: Golden Eagle Log & Timber Homes
Stats: 64’ X 66’ with optional lower level.
Source: Golden Eagle Log & Timber Homes