Timber Frame Vacation Homes
Many timber-frame owners do not live in their home full-time. Instead, they have vacation homes that are usually in the mountains or near a lake for big family gatherings. A timber frame vacation home is often designed with large parties in mind. You'll typically find bunk beds and other spaces meant for keeping as many guests comfortable as possible. Plus, open-concept floor plans are great options for these homes because you'll never want to miss out on the fun and games.
A Timber Frame Ski Resort Home in Vermont
A ski lodge home in Vermont blends the warmth of timber with modern style.
The Great Timber-Frame Adventure
A homeowner's tale of a house built in five phases by a couple who overcame their fear of doing it all themselves.
A Georgia Guest Cabin With Space-Saving Ideas
Modern design paired with space-saving solutions creates a winning combination in this Georgia guest cabin.
A Georgia Timber Frame Vacation Home
The serene Georgia highlands attract a Miami couple to build their cool timber-frame vacation home.
A Waterfront Timber Home in Texas
When disaster forces a Texas couple to rebuild their waterfront timber home, they’re determined to make it even better than bef...
Simply Irresistible: A Contemporary Timber Home
A smaller footprint paired with a sleek design creates a comfortable, contemporary timber home in Washington state.
A Simple and Spectacular Timber Home Retreat in Montana
Simple yet spectacular, one Montana retreat pairs no-fuss design with low-maintenance materials and finishes.
Living With Nature in a North Carolina Timber Frame Home
Mixing local North Carolina wood and stone with materials from around the world, this timber frame house reflects the natural w...
A Colorado Timber Frame Home with a View
These homeowners drink in the stunning vistas of the Continental Divide at their bright and airy Colorado timber frame home.
A Family-Friendly Retreat: A Reclaimed Timber Home in North Carolina
Two Florida attorneys create a getaway to share with others using reclaimed timbers from the survivor of a 1779 tragedy.