Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas

Explore Saltbox Architecture, Modern Architecture and more!

Saltbox architecture is defined by the asymmetrical pitched roof. Whether on back, front or side, that one long side of the roof makes it a Saltbox house.

Classic Z Chair

Architizer’s A+Awards Celebrates the World’s Best Architecture and the Firms Behind it. Click here for more information and submit your projects now! Take a ...

The Ephraim Hawley House is a Colonial American wooden post-and-beam timber-frame saltbox farm house on the Farm Highway, Route 108, on the south side of Mischa Hill. It is the oldest house in the historic area of Nichols, a village located within Trumbull, Connecticut. Construction of the house began between 1670 and 1690 and was expanded to its present size by three additions.