Sugar shacks have traditionally been found in Eastern Canada and Northern New England, where maple syrup is made by boiling down the sugar maple sap. The distinctive cupola was actually functional to allow steam to escape. Now you can create …
Timber Frame Plans
This hexagonal timber frame gazebo plan was originally designed as a barbeque gathering area holding a smoker. It would be a great enhancement to any garden! The posts are cut from 12×12 timbers to fit the hexagonal shape. This frame has a commanding presence with an overall height of a bit over 16’-5”. The top of the 4×8 collar beams are 10 feet high, and the roof pitch is a bit over 8 in 12. It is designed to be constructed of Western Red Cedar, maple or hemlock.
Are you wanting the beauty and strength of heavy timbers but want to avoid cutting all the traditional joinery? Take a look at this 12×24 post and beam pavilion plan! It is a great medium size that can fit in many landscapes, yet it is big enough to accommodate multiple activities- think of an outdoor kitchen and dining pavilion, for one!
You could use this 10×36 timber frame porch plan as an addition to an outdoor pavilion or add it to your home for a screened or covered porch. You could easily modify the shed roof plan to accommodate the length you need. Add this porch plan to practically any pavilion to create more indoor or outdoor space!
If you have experience in timber framing and want to build a gorgeous structure to show off your skills, look no further than this 18×24 Hammer Beam Pavilion! This will make an exciting and inspirational space, whether you choose to add it to your existing home for a great room, build it freestanding as a getaway cottage, or anything else you can imagine.