Modifying Rustic Luxury™: The Telluride

Browsing through PrecisionCraft’s floor plan concepts, couples will find a wide variety of style ideas; from Adirondack to French Country, handcrafted to timber frame, and sprawling log home to cozy cabin. Much like the different styles and plans, our clients also come to us from various backgrounds, each desiring unique floor plans for their lifestyle. Today we look at the Telluride, and how it was modified to fit a client’s specific project goals.

The Telluride

The Telluride concept was designed as part of PrecisionCraft’s line of Rustic Luxury™ Log Cabins. The designs within this line were created to showcase how homeowners could still achieve the creative mountain-style look they were searching for, but at a more intimate square footage.

Comprised of milled walls, large handcrafted posts, and stone, the Telluride’s western style exterior creates a rugged cabin look that is perfect for a mountain retreat. At a little over 1,500 square feet, the floor plan has two full master suites within a more intimate layout without the feeling of crowding.

The Modified Telluride

Building on a lakefront property in Montezuma, Iowa, this client worked with M.T.N Design to retain the rugged look of the Telluride’s exterior as well as the interior layout. However, they added nearly 1,000 square feet of unfinished basement to the design. When complete, the basement will hold an additional bedroom suite as well as extra communal living space for visiting guests.

 

To learn more about the Telluride and other cabin style plans, visit our Rustic Luxury™ Log Cabins page.

One Response to “Modifying Rustic Luxury™: The Telluride”

  1. John Says:

    Telluride is one great design!
    I loved it when it first came out. Two Masters and just a beautiful functional design.
    The other thing I liked about it is if a person chose milled logs instead of handcrafted, I think the log lengths would allow for full length milled logs, and no but joints, which is a very good design feature.
    One of my favorites!

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