G Log Homes

In the basement, atrium, and guest apartment we integrated white pine trim, doors, stairs and ceilings for consistency with the log home (photos to left). 

615-374-7122         ~         gloghomes@gmail.com         ~       Hartsville, TN 37074

We recently sold our first model and are building a new model.  Below are an assortment of photos

of the home we sold.  The logs are the 6 x 8 D profile Early American White Pine with dry stack stone applied to the exterior basement walls.

g log Homes model

The master bedroom has a high cathedral ceiling with casement windows on either side of the bed for great air flow in mild weather months.  The master bath is a combination of framed and log walls with white pine trim and solid pine doors (photos below). 

Note: We supply log home building components and provide building materials package for the construction of homes.  We do not provide construction services.  It is critical that the person building the home have sufficient knowledge to construct the house, independent of Timberhaven Log Homes, LLC and/or G Log Homes.

In our log home, the interior walls are framed and drywall with white pine trim.  It includes timber cross ties in the ceiling along with tongue & groove to match the log walls.  This room is only 27'4" x 18'4", but the high ceilings make it feel much larger.  the windows are positioned across from each other to provide cross flow of air during mild weather months (photo to right). 

We built our home in two phases.  First the garage with a small apartment in the back.  Second the log home with full basement.  Our floor plan is not traditional, but spacious. 

The main stair... as well as the basement stairs... are exposed white pine with our standard railings & spindles with white pine flooring on the landing (photo above). 

The loft, where we have our office, has planked white pine flooring (photos at top left).  The planked kitchen ceiling is the underside of the loft floor enhanced with exposed timber beams.  A nifty custom built-in cook book shelving unit sits at the edge of the kitchen... a little trick it also hides the air ducting (photos at below left).