This simple country A-frame has all the necessities: a great front porch, a bonfire pit, plenty of seats for guests, and an ample supply of firewood.
This small A-frame is the perfect little ski hut. It even has solar panels for a modern, enviro-friendly edge.
This prefabricated A-frame was built in Vermont in 1960, and half a century later, the windows are still enviable.
This adorable blue A-frame could be the perfect tiny home.
This A-frame house stands out against the surrounding trees, with a large black roof and glass walls that shelter the library, wine cellar, and garage inside.
This classic black A-frame has a gorgeous addition with full glass windows, and a perfect front deck with a stove and modern dining set.
A tiny black A-frame with a dutch door and light accents make this the perfect guest house.
A simple blue cabin in the woods looks ideal for a week away, doing nothing but eating toast and reading books.
The snow-capped peaks of the surrounding Rocky Mountains match the snow-capped triangle of this A-frame, located outside of Saints John, Colorado.
This faded grey A-frame sits beachside, awaiting your first visit of the season.
Nestled deep in the woods, this A-frame looks ideal for getting away any time of year.
Among surroundings that resemble a Group of Seven painting, this A-frame has a large deck that overlooks the lake.
It doesn't get much better than this mountain-top A-frame.
Is there anything more adorable than this A-frame in Sainte-Rose du Nord, Quebec?
A shallow river runs toward this gorgeous, rustic A-frame in Big Sur, California.
A simple, shingled cabin at the Caldera Arts Center in lush Oregon.
Tucked into snowy mountains, this beautiful light-stain cabin provides the perfect respite from the outdoors.
This A-frame is really just a series of window, which makes for a huge, terrific sunroom.
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When it comes to cabin, cottage and home design, we can’t get enough of those A-frames. The layout became popular in the 1960s and is back in a big, big way. Here are some A-frames that we think are worthy of an “A.” More from Cottage Life: