Browse through our timber home designs to find inspiration for your custom floor plan. Search by architectural style or size, or use the lifestyle filter to get ideas for how Riverbend’s design group can create a custom layout to meet your individual needs. All of our plans are completely customizable so that everything can be modified. After you look through our portfolio, we hope that you entrust Riverbend with the custom design of your timber frame home.
Perhaps no architectural style is more identifiable with a timber frame home than a barn. The tradition of timber framing spread from east coast barns to midwest farm homes and eventually to the ranches of the West. We have put a collection of barn and ranch style floor plan concepts together below. See which of these design ideas inspire your custom timber home plan.
Craftsman homes take pride in the natural beauty of natural building materials, so the exposed beams and trusses of timber framing are right at home in this style. Stone chimneys and porches also feature prominently and help tie the homes to the landscape. Craftsman homes are one to two stories tall with low roof lines and covered porches.
European style homes show off timber frame construction at its best. Exteriors feature steeply pitched roofs with narrow overhangs, typically reserving exposed beams for structural supports of awnings and porch roofs. Hipped roofs often replace standard triangular peaks for added interest, and arched windows add European flair. Interiors are spacious and airy, with high ceilings, exposed beams, and natural stone finishes, particularly around substantial fireplaces.
Whether you choose to build in a place like the Canadian Rockies or amongst rolling hills such as the Appalachian range, a mountain style floor plan can take advantage of views and mimic the landscape. Sloped mountain side lots often provide the opportunity for walk-out basements, which are easy to incorporate into our architectural designs. Below we present floor plan concepts as they might look in various mountain landscapes.
Inspired by the architectural styling of Frank Lloyd Wright, Richard Neutra, and Joseph Eichler, the homes in The Moderns™ collection feature simplicity of design as well as visible timbers and post-and-beam elements. The homes offer generous indoor gathering spaces, outdoor courtyards with fireplaces, and private bedrooms.
A timber frame home doesn’t have to stand out from the architectural style of the rest of your neighborhood. You may prefer a more traditional exterior that blends into a suburban setting, but that doesn’t mean it will lack character. Timber framed entries and gable peaked dormers are just a few traits that your traditional timber style home might adopt. Browse some of the examples below.
Whether you call it a cottage, cabin, or retreat, the idea of building a cozy timber frame house is the dream of many. A cozy layout can come in a variety of architectural styles, so we invite you to browse the plans below to get ideas for how your floor plan might look and we can work with you to match that with the exterior style you prefer.
You may not be building a home specifically for entertaining, but if your timber home dream includes sharing your space with family and friends, here are some plans with layouts that can accommodate your lifestyle. Many of the ideas found in the plans below can be incorporated into our other design concepts or a custom plan we create together.
If yours is a large family, bedrooms, baths and common areas are going to be an important part of your layout needs. We have compiled a group of plans that showcase how we might approach the design of your custom floor plan. Most of our other plans can also be modified to add rooms or extra square footage as needed.
Many people who plan to build a custom timber frame home have a location in mind that will grant them access to beautiful views, lakeside shores or winter wonderlands. If your idea of the perfect floor plan is one that helps you enjoy your environment to the fullest, then check out the features found in some of our plans below. Keep in mind that you can incorporate many of these ideas into any of our floor plan concepts.
If you are looking for a plan that will accommodate your retirement years, either now or in the future, there are certain characteristics you may require. The plans selected below showcase many of the layout features that people look for in homes later in life. We can easily modify existing plans to match your unique needs or design a home from scratch. These are only a few of our plans that might work for you.
Your ideal vacation home may be a cute cottage that serves as a home base after a day of skiing or boating. Or you might be looking for a larger retreat that all your friends and family can enjoy together. As you consider layout ideas for your timber frame vacation home, review these floor plans below and see if any of them could act as the starting point for your design. These are just a few of our plans that might inspire you.
Riverbend Timber Framing is proud to design and build homes in a variety of styles, shapes, and sizes. Explore the floor plans above to see what you like and find inspiration for your new home. Whether you’re looking for a rustic mountain chalet or a modern design that would make Frank Lloyd Wright envious, you’ll find it among the styles offered by Riverbend.
See something you like? Want to mix and match parts of different floor plans? Maybe you love the open interior of one design but are crazy about the outdoor living space for another. Riverbend Timber Framing is happy to work with you to design a custom floor plan specifically for you. Learn more about Riverbend’s architectural design services.
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