Log cabins often had “purlin” roofs in earlier years, meaning that the roof was constructed of horizontal logs. Early designs of log cabins often consisted of one room, with a loft built in for sleeping purposes. The original design of the log cabin did not contain one single nail. In order to insulate log cabins, a process called chinking was used in which the cracks between the logs were stuffed with dried leaves, mud, and dried moss. Modern versions of log cabins are often referred to as log homes, and have just as many amenities as the traditional modern home. This infographic has been brought to you by JHE`s Log Furniture Place. There’s no doubt about it! At JHE’s, they place value on giving you more than you bargained for. Their wood furniture and rustic decor craftsmen (and women) place emphasis on creating the highest quality rustic log furniture, rustic country furniture and lodge decor accessories you’ve ever laid your eyes on!

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