This incredible family home was created out of a renovated barn. The entire exterior received new board and batten wood siding and a seamed metal roof. The second floor contains a playroom and kid-tastic bedroom. The house also features a gym.
The biggest splurge of the bathroom's redesign was a pair of vintage barn sconces. Powder-coated in high-gloss fire-engine red and made of steel, the sconces add industrial flair complete with cages to contain light bulbs.
An open yard with small planted trees and shrubs allows this beautiful red party barn to shine in the evening light. Mulched areas create fluid lines from the house perimeter into the yard. Landscape lighting dotted around the property creates a twinkly look.
Landscape lighting and mounted sconces illuminate this party barn's back patio area in the evening light. Black roofing extends from the red barn to create a covered patio section that then expands to an open area with a stone fire pit. Mulched sections are planted with short trees leading into the open yard.
This farm in Sunderland, Ontario includes spectacular landscaping in every corn of its 160 acres, including a 5,000 sq. ft. organic produce garden, horse barn, log cabin, root cellar, spring fed pond and waterfall. The horse barn features a red, tin roof and is professionally landscaped and maintained.
The barn’s paint scheme is evocative of the materials and plantings selected for the landscape. The distinctive red chaise lounges offer eye-catching contrast against the greenery surrounding the spaces.
With beautiful red siding, this country home gives a nod to the traditional red barn. Blue doors and wood columns add color and create contrast. The mulched yard allows the home's colors to pop even more. A long, covered porch is perfect for enjoying the outdoors, while a small, second-story balcony creates a more private outdoor space.