Unique Heritage, Timeless Style
First appearing in the mid-17th century, the Saltbox style home was named for its resemblance to the oft-used kitchen fixture of the day. The homes were characterized by their unique roofline, timber frame construction, and varied width plank floors. The simplicity and strength of this design have made the saltbox house a New England icon. Weathered texture, random widths, and a subdued sheen bring the historic look and feel of the Saltbox style to your home.