This Gorgeous Log Cabin Pays Homage to Our National Parks
With massive, flared red cedar posts and half-log stairs, a handcrafted Jackson home echoes the iconic lodges of Yosemite and Yellowstone.
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Inspired by the iconic lodges found in national parks like Yosemite and Yellowstone, this gorgeous handcrafted log cabin in Wyoming is truly the ideal rustic retreat—devoted to the great outdoors of the Rocky Mountain West.
The home’s views of the soaring Tetons and its proximity to the Snake River make this site the perfect place to capture the rugged beauty of Jackson Hole from every angle.
The great room boasts massive, flared red cedar posts that fully extend the two-story height of the home with glass panes between, forming a 25-foot-tall window that makes the entire log cabin feel as if it is hovering above its landscape. The same red cedar posts make an appearance in the dining room as well as the entryway portico—underscoring the home’s dominant theme of forests, parks, and mountains, galore.
Other western-inspired architectural features include weathered doors, half-log stairs, custom wrought-iron railing fashion to look like tree branches, and carvings throughout the home that echo Native American art.
Take a tour of the stunning log cabin below.
Celeste Haase is the Design Manager of M.T.N. Design, the award-winning, in-house design firm for PrecisionCraft Log & Timber Homes, a company that has been creating distinctive mountain style homes for over 25 years. View their profile or contact Celeste at 800.729.1320.
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