Why Edgewood’s Architectural Style is Different

Speaking with a client the other day I noticed that she was using many of the same adjectives a lot of people use when describing the difference in the look of an Edgewood custom home. “The architecture is honest, graceful, intentional, thoughtful, elegant, smart, clean,...

Bunkhouse over garage

Home Site Challenges Can Lead To Inspired Log Home Design

  [caption id="attachment_845" align="alignnone" width="300"] Creative detailing for authentic "mine shaft" look of garage under the bunkhouse.[/caption] Old Bunkhouse with new Log Home Very often a challenging home site serves to inspire the most unique log home design. In late 2010 I was emailed by a couple from Ouray,...

Protecting Design Ideas

It took one mind and three days to design the Glass Forest, but more than two years to clean up its messy aftermath. It’s a marketing and business development nightmare —securing patent and trademark protection — a full eight years after an invention. As the one pegged with the cleanup...

Edgewood acquires Kermit Log works

Edgewood Log Structures" plans to acquire assets from Kermit Log Works, a log-siding specialist in Delta, Colo., were completed earlier this month. The acquisition comes in response to high consumer demand in Edgewood"s handcrafted log division. Edgewood expects to relocate Kermit Log Works" equipment and employees...

High Country Hideaway

A COLORADO VACATION HOME DELIGHTS A PENNSYLVANIA FAMILY The Hondrus spent many a vacation skiing in the Rockies. During this time, they often looked at Online Roulette real estate, hoping one day to build a vacation log home. “In 1997, my son Mark called to...

A Chat With Brian Schafer – Log Home Design February 2007

Strongly influenced by Japanese architecture, in the mid-"90"s handcrafted Brian Schafer pioneered a new design element he dubbed the "Glass Forest." As president of Edgewood, Brian has overseen the design and construction of more than 20 of these window-walled wonders, in door te klikken op...