Barn Cupolas

Sturdy cupolas designed to last 100 years.

Cupolas were originally designed to add natural light and ventilation to the area under a roof. They sit on the ridge of a roof and can be found in many shapes, including square, round, and octagonal. On barns, they’re meant to allow a continuous flow of air into the hayloft, helping to dry the hay.

Sturdy cupolas designed to last 100 years.

  • Sizes (Suggested)
  • 16 inch barns to 16 feet
  • 20 inch barns to 20 feet
  • 24 inch barns to 24 feet
  • 30 inch barns 24′ to 48′ (sometimes two for 48′ to 72′
  • 36 inch barns 48′ to 72′
  • Custom you size, your picture or sketch


  • 6 sided
  • square

Cladding (or siding)

  • Rough sawn Douglas body with western red cedar vents (or windows) fascia and trip
  • All western cedar
  • Study subsided shell, add your own siding


  • Sturdy one piece roof lit ready for your roofing. Has cedar fascia installed


  • Small cupolas are shipped assembled
  • Larger cupolas mostly assembled