I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: converting old barns into homes is very cool. I love the rustic nature of the old building. The post-and-beam construction, That sense of history.
I kid. There is no more barn smell.
But these folks took the idea of a barn conversion and turned it on it’s side.
The exterior was preserved exactly like the original barn–which was restored after a fire–but the inside has become a fully modernized home, sleek and contemporary. It looks more Soho loft than horse house.
The floors are a smooth concrete. The wooden walls are light floor, with a high white ceiling and white walls. It’s completely open, three full floors, and spaces are only separated into rooms as absolutely necessary to preserve a sense of scale.
This ain’t your granddaddies barn. Or the chickens and cows.