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Christmas Log Cabin Plans

There’s nothing quite like the experience of celebrating the holidays in a warm log cabin home, and this year you can still get all your plans in place in time to receive the perfect holiday gift. If you order your custom log home plan by November 30th, you can receive the set of blueprints for your dream home gift wrapped and ready to go under the tree by Christmas.

Just contact us before the end of the month and our expert design team will be able to put together a log home plan that fits your needs and your budget. Just let us know that you’re ready to order and we can reserve a design appointment to make sure we understand what you want from your dream home. Then once we get to work you can expect to see the blueprints arrive in time to make this Christmas something special.

This year, as an added bonus, we are also including a Southland Log Home table that will perfectly complement the design of your new home. This table is crafted from the same precision-milled logs and timbers that will go into the rest of your home. The table measures 6 feet by 3 feet, and is perfect for a kitchen table where everyone can gather, a computer table for doing work and playing games, or just as a beautiful stand for your big screen TV.

The only thing better than unwrapping those cabin plans this Christmas morning will be celebrating next year’s holidays in your new log home. Now is the perfect time to get started. Contact us today and our designers will get to work on your customized plans. The holidays are just about around the corner, but if you place your order before November 30th, you may have the perfect gift to share with your family.

If you’ve been thinking about the ultimate holiday gift this year, we’re ready to help. Just imagine yourself in front of the fire in your own log home next winter, and then contact us for details and direction to the Southland location nearest you.  

2018-03-22T14:10:48+00:00November 23rd, 2011|Categories: Log Cabin Living Blog|
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