Step 1. Pick your size and shape

How much space do you have available and what size will maximize your gardens potential?

Square footprint

Rectangle footprint

Corner footprint

L-Shaped footprint

Octagonal footprint

Bespoke footprint

When thinking about your log cabin shape, you need to take into account your gardens shape and what space is available. If you are limited for space a corner log cabin can be a great option, where as if you have more space available a rectangle shape will maximize your potential.

Improve your garden spcae, not lose it!

When choosing your cabin size, you want to take into account what space you have available to match a building that will suit.

Standard wall log thicknesses

Step 2. Wall board construction

Different wall type boards will determine how the walls are constructed. All our wall logs feature a tongue and groove for ease of assembly as well as other benifits such as:

The Interlocking design increases weather-resistantance and durability

Less susceptible to movement and easy assembly

Flat sleek profile

Increased insulation for your cabin

Tongue and groove boards

Double tongue and groove boards

Step 3. Wall log thickness

When choosing your desired log cabin you will want to think about what thickness of wall log you will need. One common benifit to the thickness of wall log is ultimately the insulation you will receive.

Standard wall log thicknesses

28mm Thick

34mm Thick

44mm Thick

70mm Thick

Step 4. The roof shape

When choosing your desired log cabin you may want to think of the roof shape especially if it will be against a wall or in a corner of your garden.

Log cabin roof shapes