The upper level of the petite home has been transformed into a sleeping loft. The painted wood floors were part of the structure's original architecture (this area was a hay loft). For storage, built-in shelving and a custom hinged clothing rack were added.
Space is at a premium in this converted barn, so a small eat-in kitchen was added directly under the sleeping loft. Double wall ovens and a stovetop built into the island countertop further maximize the room available in the transitional-style kitchen.
A mix of natural elements blends harmoniously in the loft and stairwell of this modern and minimal home. From the concrete floor to the rustic wood accent wall to the natural wood ceiling, the surfaces help connect the home's interiors to its rugged natural setting. Citron bedding draws the eye to the light-filled sleeping loft.
Shutters offer privacy for this sleeping loft in a converted barn. The loft is on the second floor and has two full-sized beds. A coat rack offers a convenient spot to hang clothes and accessories to keep the space tidy.
The open living space in this converted barn offers a prime view of the eat-in kitchen and sleeping loft above. Large windows fill the space with natural light while the vaulted ceiling visually expands the living area.
We love the EcoCabins “hOMe” model not only for its sleek exterior but also for its functionality. Inside this tiny beauty you’ll find a fully functioning kitchen, a sleeping loft and a modern living space.