12×16 Rectangular Pavilion with Gable Roof Plans. DIY Plans. Instant Download


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If you want to build a beautiful 12×16 outdoor pavilion with a gable roof, these premium plans with step by step 3D diagrams and instructions will help you save time, money and get the job done in a weekend. This pavilion is built on a sturdy 6×6 framing, with 2×6 rafters every 16″ on center.

The pavilion features a gable roof with a 8:12 pitch and generous overhangs on all sides. Therefore the base of the pavilion is 12’x16′. You can use pressure treated lumber for the pavilion, or invest in something weather resistant like cedar or redwood.

This makes for the perfect backyard shelter that can cover a picnic table. This rectangular pavilion is sturdy and it has the perfect size for a family. This is timeless design, so you can build this in any garden and match the style of your house.

Just a few common tools are necessary, so you don’t need a fully equipped and fancy workshop to start making projects!

The PDF file comes with:

  • Cut Diagrams, Parts Lists
  • 3D diagrams with detailed step by step instructions
  • Full Cut & Shopping lists
  • Cut Layout Diagrams
  • Tools List, Time & Cost Estimate
  • Measurements are in imperial

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews

Good product. I put 5 stars

Amy Roberts

Great plans and waiting to purchase the material to build it


Just as described, thank you

Rose and Sparkles

Thank you so much for an amazing plan!!!

Pat Davis

Good set of plans. I used 6x6 wood because the 6x8 were hard to get, and added metal fascia. It took me about 8 full days with the occasional helper. Around $4500 to build myself.