Bottom-notched rafters extend from this interior great room, where they're paired with tongue and groove pine ceilings.
Rafter tails with scalloped ends are repeated on the deep open eaves and this patio pergola.
Plain rafter tails look appropriate on this 450-square-foot Craftsman addition, especially paired with shiplap siding, 1-by-4 trim and 1-by-6 corners.
Deep overhangs, top-notched rafter tails and timber knee brackets add to this home's Craftsman charm.
Notched rafters add to the allure of this 20th-century Tudor- and Swiss-chalet-influenced house in Yarrow Point, Washington.
This new home in Buena Vista, Colorado, features a metal roof with open eaves and exposed rafter tails. The fieldstone foundation walls are a gorgeous addition as well.
Tongue and groove boards combine with rafter tails with corbel ends to create detailed open eaves and a decorative roof rake.