Lone Star Living
An agreeable amalgamation of historical and indigenous building components were used to construct this Texas-size rambling one-level structure, carved out of stone, log, and imagination.
Ranches of the American West
The main part of the house is a voluminous barn-style area. It is configured in large sections of a living space and dining room, divided by a floor-to-roof fireplace.
Cowboys & Indians
After a consultation with a Fredericksburg home design expert, Diane Lohman, a collaboration was struck. The result, Star Creek Ranch, is an interesting transitional style of architectural building.
Pinnacle Living Mountain Homes
He always dreamed of having a log cabin in the mountains. But Bill Amick got much more than that at his Oleta Falls, N.C., retreat: a unique vacation home built from 300-year-old logs and set just close enough to revel in an almost-personal waterfall.
Blue Ridge Country
Retaining the cabin’s original footprint, Carpenter worked with Texas custom home designer Diane Lohman’s design to fit the improvements into the wooded mountainside.