As a log home company, the majority of our clients enjoy the look of wood. Remember, this construction journey features a Structural Insulated Panel (SIP) Home which often does not contain as much wood as our solid log homes. This home is no exception.
The homeowners chose to drywall and paint all the interior walls except one accent wall in the great room that is tongue and groove. Natural stone is also a beautiful way to bring the look of the outdoors in on a wall or two.
Nowadays, drywall and paint is the most popular choice, however other options do exist. Subway tile and glass have been popular in bathrooms. In kitchen areas, ceramic tile and stainless steel offer a clean modern look.
Great rooms, the focal point of the home and gathering area for friends and family are where homeowners are spending their money and giving some extra thought into this special space.
Again, drywall is a popular option however, v-groove, sometimes with decorative or structural timbers or even trusses make a strong statement. The benefit of being a log and timber frame home company, these options are second nature to us. Combined with ambient and well-placed lighting, the effect can be just what you have been looking for.
Traditional homes have a variety of flooring choices throughout. Crockett homes, whether solid log or SIP, are no exception. Crockett homes feature more wood flooring than you would find in a conventionally framed home. 2×6 pine flooring or wide board pine flooring are beautiful on their own or as a base for an area or accent rug. Rugs are also less expensive and easier to change than wall to wall carpeting when down the road, you’re looking to re-do your room.
Window, door and baseboard trim appear to be standard but when building a home, you have the choice. Basic or fancy, trim is another way for your personal style to show through. From basic 1×4 frequently found in log homes to colonial or custom, Crockett builders can guide you through the best options to fit your living area.