Once the exterior of your log cabin has been completed, its usually time to get started on designing your interiors.
The living or great areas are often the most important rooms of outdoor huts and gazebos, and consequently a lot of thought should be invested into how these spaces should look. A fireplace is usually one of the main structural features of log cabins, and a large open fire can add cosiness and warmth to the space, as well as providing a rustic atmosphere.
Bedrooms within bespoke log cabins should be located in the most private parts of the structure to guarantee a bit of peace and quiet. A small balcony or large window in these sleeping spaces will offer the chance to connect with the outside world during evenings or early mornings.
Bathrooms, no matter their size, should be tranquil and luxurious. Natural light, additional house plants and a calming colour palette are essential to achieving that ultimate “spa” space.
If there is sufficient room for a separate dining area in your barbeque lodge or open BBQ hut, it is generally considered appropriate to locate it as close to the kitchen as possible. Large windows will allow plenty of light in, and a table at an appropriate height and comfortable chairs will enhance your dining experience.
Our team here at Logspan are your log cabin experts, and will be happy to assist with any queries regarding your bespoke log cabins today.