By blending board and batten paneling, timber beams, a gable metal roof, and wooden garage doors, the façade of this Barndominium celebrate the New American Modern Farmhouse aesthetic. A large covered porch extends around the house, creating a welcoming atmosphere for visitors.
A wide-open layout awaits just inside the entrance gate. The great room has a two-story cathedral ceiling and a fireplace surrounded by French doors flowing out towards the shaded porch. It brings unity between the interior and exterior space. Also, the covered porch is raised till the second story to have an unobstructed panoramic view. The kitchen features a huge countertop with a food stand as well as a spacious walk-in pantry. Later, the Cathedral ceiling engulfs the entire room, providing a sense of airiness, spaciousness, and traditional look.
The master suite sits on the main floor and is nestled away at the back of the house for maximum security and privacy. The master bedroom has an elegant decorative trayed ceiling. A tray ceiling has a center area that is raised a few inches above the encircling perimeter of the space, making it ideal for painting color schemes and frescoes, mirrors, and to have concealed lighting systems.
This master suite has a stunning bathroom that offers a bathtub, cabinets, and a spacious walk-in closet with connectivity to the laundry area. We understand it might be tiring to search for the ideal home, but this definitive Barndominium Guide will help clear your doubts about costs, designs, construction market overview, etc.
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There are three extra bedrooms on the second floor. 2nd and 3rd bedrooms have a bathroom with a jack and jill design. These are suitable for bigger households. They are both efficient and cost-effective. It provides plenty of seclusion as a shared washroom facility. 4th bedroom and the upper loft share a centrally positioned hallway washroom. The loft beside the room works as buffer space and can be converted into a small resting area, video game lounge or gym.
The home’s rear loading 3 vehicle garage has a drive-through space on the main level. It is connected to the house by a comfortable mudroom with a catch-all and coat closet to dump outdoor accessories. A bonus room can be created over the garage to maximize space usage.
We hope the plan’s flexibility and spaciousness appeal to you. The plan is worth keeping on your top ten list.
Note: this home may be constructed using metal framing, however, you should always consult your local architect-engineer and receive professional evaluation if such an option is feasible for this plan and your local building codes.