Log cabin homes with wrap around porches are a secluded area with at least three walls, usually on the outside of a house near the front porch. These courtyards provide complete privacy while bringing outdoors inside. Designing a house around a courtyard provides a green living space in residential areas on small parties and gives light for interior spaces that have no exterior walls.
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Design log cabin homes with wrap around porches around a courtyard with glass walls the height of the house. Provide access from the inside of the house on all four sides of the farm so that residents can travel from room to room by walking outside without leaving home. Site the house so that the farm gets sun for a part of the day so that you can grow plants. Choose both high and low growing plants. Larger bamboo will grow to the second story of the house and give a green vista for the inner space.
Install large sliding doors so that the farm can be opened to the log cabin homes with wrap around porches in beautiful weather. Add screens in areas that have problems with pests. Plumb the farm for a small pool or fountain. Add electricity to lighting or a hot tub. How to dress the farm depends on its size, but some common elements are a water feature, rock formations, seating and greenery. Tile the floor on the yard. Bright colors add a focal point. More dampened tiles create a uniform space. Choose design elements that can stand up to the weather, such as cloth sun protection, stone benches and brick walkways.