Starting at just $19,900
A timber frame pavilion allows for endless design possibilities. Below you’ll find information on a few of our most popular styles. By clicking on the photos, you’ll learn about each pavilion and what steps you can take to truly make it your own.
Each of these timber frame pavilion plans can be altered to fit your vision for a nominal fee of $250. If you’re looking for something completely different, we’ll be happy to custom design a unique pavilion just for you.
Our artisan joiners craft your pavilion with baldcypress timbers in our timber frame shop located in the heart of Tennessee’s Cumberland Plateau. Strong mortise and tenon joinery held tight with hardwood pegs ensures your pavilion will stand tall and provide enjoyment for many years to come.
There’s never a better time to begin planning the pavilion of your dreams. Contact us today to learn more about Homestead Timber Frames planning your structure.
It looks compact, but this handsome 20’ x 17’ timber frame pavilion provides plenty of space for an outdoor gathering. The Auburn looks just as nice as a simple backyard getaway as it does when functioning as a poolside retreat. Adding a stone fireplace, as past clients have chosen to do, allows you to enjoy your pavilion year round
Do you like to entertain? If so, the Dartmoor is perfect for you. At 20’ x 20’, there’s plenty of room for friends and family to gather for good conversation. Enjoy this timber frame pavilion as an outdoor gathering place or a handsome screened porch – it provides a fine addition to your home no matter how you choose to use it. Add a grand stone fireplace and you’ve got perfection.
Our popular timber frame porte-cochere can be built for many uses, from housing your cars to hosting your friends. A 21’ x 22’ frame is the absolute perfect size to hold two vehicles…and more than twice as many people. Contact us today to tell us how the Englewood can be put to use for you.
The English Acorn is one of our smallest timber frame pavilion designs at just 16’ x 16’, but you’ll be amazed at how spacious this structure truly is! This post and beam hip roof pavilion works nicely as a screened garden getaway, an open air picnic shelter, or a handsome area to gather in the backyard. You may opt to paint or stain your pavilion as past clients have done or you may choose to let your baldcypress timbers stand untouched in their natural glory.
An open hip roof pergola design makes this 16’ x 45’ timber frame pavilion unique. The Lauderdale works perfectly as a large picnic shelter or a poolside shelter. Past clients have chosen to forego the roof for a grand open air feel, but you may choose to add one for extra protection from the elements.
Our clients love using this 12’ x 12’ timber frame pavilion to relax by the lake. While it’s certainly big enough to host a few, it’s cozy enough for a party of two. An elegantly simple post and beam design gives this pavilion a down-to-earth feel unlike any other and a hip roof provides plenty of shelter from the hot summer sun.
Lychgates are traditionally used as entryways, but this handsome 10’ x 13’ timber frame pavilion will provide you with the landscaping focal point you’ve been looking for. It also works nicely as a resting spot after a day of working out in the sun. Our model features an open roof, but you may opt to add a roof to provide extra shade.
Timber frame pavilions add a certain something to a city square, wouldn’t you agree? The 48’ x 64’ Monterey was designed for the purpose of creating a community gathering spot for all to enjoy. This handsome timber frame outdoor structure functions nicely as a farmers’ market, picnic shelter, bandstand, or wedding venue.
The perfect Outdoor Kitchen and Entertainment Pavilion -The 16’ x 30’ size allows for a grilling area to be located back of the inviting fireplace. Plenty of room for seating at a large table or two along with space for relaxing chairs in front of a cheerful fire on chilly evenings. One end of this pavilion could be enclosed for weather protection.
Our most popular bent design -the Hammer Beam Truss. Build a conventional rear addition that could provide several options: Serve as changing rooms for a pool house or be enlarged to serve as comfortable guest quarters. This 25’ x 25’ pavilion could stand alone or we can add a third bent to make it 32’ deep. The Waterford makes a great room addition to your existing home!