At StoneMill, our experience and dedication to superior craftsmanship extends into other design-build options for our clients. Timber framing is a centuries-old building technique using wooden peg joinery or metal brackets. Timber framing allows for open floor plans that showcase the beauty of the natural wood. The Shaw residence (right) is an example of a StoneMill roof system built in the timber frame style.
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A StoneMill representative will guide you through the available construction options in order to achieve the look you desire. As with our traditional log home designs, we use only the highest quality timber and couple that with a team of construction experts to assure your timber frame home is built correctly. Learn more about our uncompromising commitment to quality proven through decades of delighted customers.
Contact StoneMill’s team of industry experts (phone: 1-800-438-8274 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org) to review the timber frame home and cabin options with you. Together, we can create the vision and plan for your new house..
From the Simple Life Reading Room ... One of Our "Must Read" Log & Timber Frame Home Articles that will help you find the Log or Timber Frame Home of Your Dreams!
Decorative Wood: Learn how to use natural accents to jazz up your home.
by: Heather B. Hayes, Country's Best Homes
Wood as a decorative medium can generally be broken down into three categories: carvings, burls and bark.
Experts recommend a couple of strategies when planning your wood décor:
- Don’t overdo it. Have a focal point and everything else is to complement it.
- Budget for your décor. Carvings, character logs and custom staircases, in particular, are not cheap, so homeowners should take care to budget for items that have special allure for them.