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20×20 Pavilion

Let your imagination take flight with the ways to use this 20×20 Pavilion! It’s a medium-sized frame that has the perfect dimensions for a carport, ample workshop, or guest cabin. Because it only has two bays, its 400 square feet is completely open for you to do with as you wish.

18x12 Timber Frame Pavilion ISOMETRIC

18×12 Timber Frame Pavilion

This lovely 18×12 timber frame pavilion plan is a perfect size to fit in practically any landscape, yet large enough for so many purposes. You could create a dining pavilion, great workshop or sweet backyard retreat.

16x24 Plan

16×24 Timber Frame Plan

Description Specifications 30 – Day Guarantee  Fastener Kit 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 …

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12x16 Saltbox -Isometric

12×16 Saltbox Timber Frame

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.

Hipped Timber Frame Pavilion

16×24 Hipped Roof Pavilion

Have you been looking for a timber frame with a symmetrical roof? If so, check out this 16×24 hipped roof pavilion! If you live in a snowy or windy area, a hipped roof is a good choice because of its sturdiness. This frame is designed with simple trusses with cross braces.

10x12 Shed Roof Plan Isometric

10×12 Timber Frame Shed Roof

If you are just beginning in timber framing, or are looking for a small, inexpensive and easy-to-handle project, this 10×12 shed roof design could be the perfect plan for you! The largest timbers are 6x material, which makes them not only lighter to move around but more economical to purchase.

16x24 Cruck Timber Frame Plan with models

16×24 Cruck Timber Frame

Would you like to create a truly spectacular space with a nod to history? This 16×24 cruck timber frame may be just what you need! Crucks, often used in medieval times as tithe barns, get their name from the long curved timbers that extend from the ground to the ridge.

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