Frame Work Plus Timber Frames

Custom Timber Frame Kits

Think Custom Designs

Custom Builds are Our Specialty

Looking for something one-of-a-kind? 
Our design team will work with you to 
fashion a unique pavilion kit that meets your needs.

Alpine Pavilion Kit

Our Alpine design is a simple king post style structure that is constructed without the struts and top cords, leaving it open with clean lines. The Alpine comes in three sizes, with the largest size having an option of an additional bent or “entry” pop out.

Columbia Pavilion Kit

This cruck style timber frame pavilion features long curved knee braces all hand-cut by our skilled artisans, then delivered to you as an easy to assemble package.

Meadows Pavilion Kit

This customizable pavilion kit with queen-post trusses is handcrafted by our skilled crew, then shipped to your job site for easy assembly.


Summit Pavilion Kit

This classic timber frame pavilion kit features hammer-beam trusses assembled using centuries-old mortise and tenon joinery.

Timberline Pavilion Kit

Our most popular pavilion kit, the Timberline features a pair of beautiful king post trusses, or “bents.” It’s available in three standard sizes or inquires about a custom solution.

Rainier Pavilion Kit

This pavilion-style features double ridge timber trusses, handcrafted by our artisans with timbers from the Pacific Northwest.


Begin with Our Hand Crafted Styles

What's The Process?

All of our made-to-order timber frame pavilion kits are handcrafted by our expert artisans and are made from high-grade Douglas fir heavy timbers from the Pacific Northwest. After completion, we then ship your pavilion to your job site for easy assembly.

Timber Framing Kits

Our pavilion kits are designed with all-wood mortise and tenon joinery. This ancient construction method creates structures that can stand for generations to come. 
Depending on your needs, we can easily customize any timber frame pavilion to better match your vision for your backyard space. Our design process makes it easy for you to make adjustments, such as changing the width and height or modifying the roof pitch.

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