If you are looking for a sturdy structure that will stand the test of time, this 24×36 heavy timber barn house may be just what you have been searching for! Constructed from 8×8 posts, beams and rafters, and 6×8 joists, girts and purlins, the sizable timbers give the structure enormous strength.
Timber Frame Plans
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.
Are you looking for a plan for a roomy workshop, carport or cabin? This 16×20 heavy timber pavilion plan is just the right size for those uses and many more. You could install siding of your choice to make a cozy, weathertight structure, or leave it open for an outdoor living space. You might want to adorn the frame with a tongue and groove ceiling above the rafters.
This versatile plan could be finished out as a storage shed, a picnic pavilion or even a glamping cabin. It measures 16’ wide by 24’ deep, with two generous bays. Enclose the entire structure, or enjoy part of it as …
The raised center aisle sets the tone for this gorgeous 32×28 monitor barn and creates lots of possibilities! Also called a raised center aisle barn, that tall ceiling can give you a huge volume feel. Or you can floor all or part of it to use as a sleeping or storage loft. If you enclose the entire frame you’ll have 896 square feet between the posts.
This unusual 26×30 dual slope timber frame is named for the two different pitches in its roof. The higher pitch over the loft allows for more headroom and makes that space usable for things like sleeping, office space or storage. One plane of the roof is almost a 9:12 pitch, while the other is a bit under 4:12.