At loft level, this renovated rustic barn, now a live performance space, elevates reclaimed wood to its full potential. The vaulted ceiling, staircase railing and even the tables and chairs show a simple sumptuousness.
This serene blue master retreat has rustic elements seen in the chandelier, sliding barn door and white-washed hardwood floors. The canopy bed brings a inviting look to this space and is the percent addition with the vaulted ceilings.
Slumber party at your house! The frame and rails of these fantastic bunk beds were made from antique barn beams. The top bed is a twin and the bottom beds are full size. Windows were installed above, allowing natural light to stream down into the space.
Off the main Vermont farmhouse, the entertainment barn opens to a covered terrace with outdoor fireplace. A bluestone patio surrounds the pool, which contrasts against the rustic vibe of the barn with its sleek, contemporary lines.
The transformation of this rustic barn into a music/entertainment space provides a place for family and guests to gather. The lounge features comfortable sofas, occasional seating and a massive stone fireplace that inspires listeners to relax with a cool beverage that is easily ordered from the adjacent bar.
Grammy award-winning sound engineers were enlisted to acoustically soundproof this open-concept living room. All of the fabric panels are ingeniously hidden beneath the rustic reclaimed barn board, and the windows are double-paned and sealed, including the giant barn door entryway which has a glass "envelope" once you enter. All of these measures were taken to keep the place completely quiet. The light fixtures had the glass taken out so they wouldn't vibrate during music recording as well. Every detail was carefully thought out. You can't hear a sound outside when they are jamming inside!
A second-floor sunroom was converted into this master bathroom, which required a bit of creativity in order to achieve enough privacy to make the homeowner comfortable. A wood barn door leads into the new bathroom, adding rustic flair to the space.
This 5,000-square-foot carriage house — mainly dedicated to car storage and display — was designed to evoke the feel of a 150-year-old barn. The stone walls were erected with some of the original stones taken from walls built by farmers who previously owned the property.
Situated in a natural clearing of a large grove of aspen trees, this Wyoming home's landscape design makes the most of its wetlands and natural water courses. A breezeway connects the front drive, barn and main house.
The man-made water features of this Wyoming home feel perfectly at home in the natural surroundings. The water surrounding the spa and outdoor living area reflects the glass chinking between the logs of the barn.
Save space and add a rustic element with a sliding door. McNeal Walker Interiors repurposed a discarded door they found on the side of the road and turned it into the sliding barn door leading into this en suite bathroom in Atlanta. The door gives the chamber a rustic redo and provides privacy.
Custom mahogany sliding barn doors supported by heavy iron tracks and pulleys provide entry into this luxury garage. Above, detailed woodwork and windows with multiple muntins create an aged feeling. Below, brick flooring looks charming and historic but features radiant heating for an updated touch.