Post and beam homes create strong features which add uniqueness to a home. The frame is a visible skeleton that adds drama to each room. Most rooms in the house will have evident post and beam timbers. They can be a central focal point or add to the overall effect of a room. As you view each of these homes, consider how the post and beam structure effects the room. Each YBH client determines how the timberframe is integrated into their home.
Post and Beam Homes Adds Distinctive Style
These photos reveal how distinctive post and beam homes are. Differing architectural approaches lend each home a unique and personal style.
The look of the Bancroft was created around the post and beam frame. The contemporary entrance sets the tone for the interior of the home. See More
This space from our Downing home is a blank canvas. However, hints are given in the warm wood tones and the use of reclaimed wood in the kitchen. See More
Catskill Lodge speaks of down time and a high fun factor. Nothing gilded or pretentious in this YBH. We love the drama of the vaulted ceilings and the wall of windows that face a ski slope. And how about that stairway? See More
A thoroughly state of the art white kitchen works well in tandem with the post and beam frame of the living room in the Menemsha. See More
Loon Crossing at Pleasant Lake has an eclectic second home style that is welcoming and friendly. See More
Granite Ridge is the brainchild of two mathematics professors. It’s massive timbers and open flow floor plan create an ideal single level living space. See More