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.
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 …
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.