Residential Project Gallery
Trillium Dell fabricated and hand-raised a 25’ x 36’ Treslewood II “Salty Fir” timber frame on an island off the coast of St. John. There are four hammer beam style bents that form the great room overlooking the Sir Francis Drake Passage. A 12’ x 25’ kitchen with loft joins the great room of this home. This home was featured in Timber Home Living’s 2007 Annual Buyer’s Guide.
This 1880’s era four bay barn once stood in central Illinois. The white pine barn was dismantled, repaired, and re-erected to serve as a home on lakefront property near the charming town of Glenn, Michigan. The SIPS wall and roof panels were upgraded to two-pound foam for added R-value. The railing work in the great room was hand-crafted by the owner and is a stunning compliment to the timbers.
Trillium Dell Timberworks built this timber frame home in Rushville, Illinois for a family of four. This house contains a mixed hardwoods frame including ash rafters and honey locust floor joists. We installed wall and roof panels with clear pine tongue and groove. The white oak timber frame porch welcomes visitors.
Trillium Dell Timberworks hand crafter scissor trusses in kiln dried fir to adorn this great room.
This stunning residence is a prime example of the integration of various construction applications. Stud framing makes up the bulk of the house while tying in beautifully with the white oak timber frame. The timber frame basement, great room and sunroom highlight this homes, as does the timber frame staircase. The kingpost bents with the dropped tie beams are a testimony to Trillium Dell Timberworks’ attention to detail, while the curved braces add a touch of elegance to the frame.
This Douglas Fir addition included an octagonal lookout room. The home also features exterior timber accents. Roof panels with pre-applied tongue and groove were installed.
Massive red oak timbers form the frame of this Australian style single story farmhouse in rural Fulton County. We used curved knee braces and chamfered edges to provide this frame with a detailed finish. Energy efficient panels from Fisher SIPs were installed to enclose and insulate the home and are faced with white pine tongue and groove for the ceiling. This 2700 sq foot home also includes locally crafted oak flooring, three fireplaces and skylights throughout.
This mixed oak timber frame home was built with a principle rafter and purlin roof system. A white oak timber frame porch and timber staircase compliment the timber frame. Wall and roof panels with pre-applied pine tongue and groove ceiling were installed.
Twelve thousand board feet of Trestlewood II “Salty Fir” timbers were used to fabricate the core of this elegant home located in a park-like setting. Walnut and Port Orford Cedar timbers and logs were used for the exterior gable and porch. A reclaimed timber frame barn and picnic shelter also adorn the property.