This 12×16 saltbox uses 4x and 6x material, so it’s easy to find the lumber and it’s also pretty economical to build! This frame has the characteristic asymmetrical saltbox roof, which means one top plate stands higher than the other.
Would you like to build a versatile cabin with a rich historical tradition? This 24×36 Saltbox is typical of the style commonly found in New England. It has the characteristic one-story rear and two-story front of the saltbox style. As designed, the second floor spans two-thirds of the footprint, which leaves a high ceiling in one-third of the first floor.