So you made a mistake and bought a 1953 Chevy 3100 series pickup truck and your wife doesn’t want it parked in the yard?
Timber Frame Kits
My wife loves the outdoor kitchen concept because it’s a guy thing—the boys can head outdoors (and out of her space) with their martinis, loud voices and bad jokes.
As a kid, I dreamt about living in a fire tower. Judging from the number of fire towers for rent on VRBO, lots of people have the same dream.
Sitting under a pergola is like sitting under a luminous cloud. You’re outside but not exposed, and you’re inside but not closed in.
This is the kit that started all the trouble in my house. We’re showing it here as a wood shed, and it’s perfect for that. Put sides and doors on it and you have a garden shed, or even a chicken coop.
This classic post and beam kit makes a great weekend project. The toughest part of it will be digging the hole for the post.
In our regular work as timber framers we end up with a lot of scraps–timber cut offs that are too short to use in our timber frames.
When our engineer, Ben Brumgraber, emailed his final review of this design, his email began with the words “I want one”.