Log Cabin Style Mobile Homes... Well-Rounded Walls on Wheels!
The log cabin style mobile homes featured here showcase the work of two of the most popular designers and
manufacturers of portable log cabins in the United States today. Handcrafted quality and meticulous attention to
detail are just two of the factors that make these two log mobile home companies stand out above the rest!
Pictured at left and below is "The Ski Hut" by Jalopy Cabins, based in South- western Colorado, USA. Crafted
from hand peeled logs salvaged from a local ski area, this small
is 10 by 16 feet in size, plus a 6 foot extension for a covered front porch.
Consistent with Jalopy Cabins' commitment to building each cabin using a minimum of 90 percent reclaimed
materials, all roofing for "The Ski Hut" -- including the
-- was salvaged from an older home. In addition, the front door was salvaged and repainted.
Pictured below is a close-up view of the round, hand peeled logs.
The images that follow portray the cozy interior. Note the handcrafted de- tailing of the open ceiling, as well
as the precision with which the logs fit together in the corners.
Pictured below is one of the log cabin style mobile homes from Montana Mobile Cabins, based in Whitehall,
Montana, USA. Built entirely on their site, the log mobile home is then transported to the client's site. Each
de- sign from Montana Mobile Cabins is made with hand peeled logs, full front porches, rustic wood ceilings and
exposed finished wood floors. Handcraft- ing and finishing are of the highest quality.
The log cabin mobile home that follows is located in Marion, Montana. It is 18 by 24 feet in size and features
a kitchen, bath, and "great room," as well as an upper level loft area.
Pictured below is a view of the entry area . . . . . just inside the front door.
The image that follows is of the kitchen. Note the handcrafted detailing on the cabinet doors.
Two views of the full bath are pictured below. Once again, the cabi- netry, i.e., vanity, features handcrafted
And finally, the two images that follow show the upper loft area, as well as the ladder that leads to it.
Note how the detailing on the door, pictured directly below, echos that of the handcrafted cabinetry.