One of the greatest features of a Timberpeg Home is the great freedom that heavy timber framing allows in the design process. This leads to a great diversity in the styles of homes that can be built using posts and beams. We’ve decided to highlight that diversity by showing just a few of the many different types of Timberpeg homes constructed throughout the country.
As its name implies, the chandelier started out its life as a holder for many candles. The earliest chandeliers were only found in the wealthiest of homes, and were so expensive that they were actually moved from room to room rather than being fixed pieces. Over time, chandeliers became more common and less expensive, and are now to the point where a great deal of homes have them. Here are some tips for selecting the perfect size chandelier for every space in your timber frame home.
Often on television shows about home buying, you will hear prospective homebuyers gushing about the features they like in a home. Some of the most mentioned items include upgraded appliances and details like paint and molding. However nice these features are, they are all easily changed if necessary. The most important feature for a home to have is a good layout that works for you and your family.
While there is never a bad time to start planning your barn home, there are several factors that make this time of year a great time to do so. These reasons range from the personal effects that the change of seasons have upon us to the logistic realities of building a home.