2500 square foot addition to log home

Foundation backfilled, trenching underground plumbing

 

Exterior shell framed, ready for door & windows.

 

Existing walkout basement, insulation over exising slab, radiant heat tubing, ready to pour decorative concrete slab.

 

South side covered entry & deck.

 

 

Garage with covered entry & log siding

 

 

Rear entry & connection to existing log home

 

Covered deck & log railings

Exterior stain completed and log chinking in progress

 

 

Log post & beam covered porch

 

Addition and old log shell freshly stained & sealed

 

 

Logs stained & chinked

 

The addition connects to the existing log structure using hand picked natural moss rock.

 

Full view of the new kitchen.

A tall pantry cabinet was recessed in the entry closet for additional storage. Walk-in food pantry to the left rear.

Coffee bar to the right was built using a live-edge beetle-kill pine slab sitting on hand forged curved steel brackets.

 

 

The old hickory cabinets were removed from the original kitchen and reinstalled in the new kitchen.

The peninsula combines stone, timber, and steel to tie into the original exterior log wall.

 

 

The stainless steel Italian range is the centerpiece of the kitchen.

A soapstone backsplash bordered by soapstone tiles covers a former window opening in the original log shell.

The range exhaust is recessed in a timber and stucco hood that ties seamlessly into the original log wall.

 

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