Help us find the "Best of the Best" for the year!
Earlier this year, you voted on our Facebook to let us know which log and timber homes were your top 10. Now the "Best Log and Timber Homes of the Year" special edition is available on newsstands, featuring all 10 stunning homes.
But we're not done yet; it’s time to choose the “Best of the Best.” Scroll through the homes below and click through to tour each one. Then, to vote for your favorite, fill out the submission form on the page of the home tour you’d like to cast a vote for.
Plus, there’s something in it for you. Each voter will be entered into a drawing to receive two tickets to a Log & Timber Home Show of your choice, admission for two to the Log & Timber Home Live University and access to our Log & Timber Home University Online/On- Demand courses — all designed to help you plan the best kind of log or timber home: yours. It’s a prize package valued at more than $400. And you don’t have just one chance to win; 10 lucky people will be selected at random from the pool of voters!
You can vote for more than one home, but only one submission per house counts. So be sure to check out all 10 homes! Voting ends July 31. Winners are announced on August 5.
Tour this home here. This summer retreat combines stone and log for that rustic yet refined look.
Tour this home here. New Hampshire’s Lake Winnipesaukee has seen generations of family histories created along its shores. This timber-framed home adds an elegant chapter to that story.
From: Modern Rustic Homes
Tour this home here. Their kids may have flown the coop, but these empty nesters created a north Georgia house that keeps their family coming back for more.
From: Real Log Homes
Tour this home here. Some visitors to Lake Tahoe come home with souvenirs. This New Hampshire couple returned home with inspiration and ideas to make their log ranch dreams come to life.
From: Texas Timber Frames
Tour this home here. A boosted square footage gives this home more than meets the eye.
From: Golden Eagle Log Homes
Tour this home here. This sprawling log home has gorgeous views and unexpected amenities.
From: Sand Creek Post and Beam
Tour this home here. Most equestrians have to trek out to the barn to saddle up for a ride, but this timber home owner doesn’t have to leave the house – he shares it with his horses.
From: True North Log Homes
Tour this home here. This lakeside timber frame has the feel and coziness of a mountain retreat.
Tour this home here. High in the hills of Northern California, a couple creates a home that brings family together while it carves out private spaces of their own.