Today’s featured home on Barndominium Life is this spacious and wonderfully appointed barndominium in Texas. This house takes all the trappings and traditional style of a country home and combines it with modern feeling and a roomy, usable environment. This barndo is a great example of how you can take a metal post frame building and turn it into something that is unique and highly desirable. There are a lot of surprises around every corner of this home and we can’t wait to show you everything it has to offer.
No country home would be complete without a beautiful front porch on which you can spend your warm summer evenings. The porch on this Texas barndominium is grand and elegant and really sets the tone for the rest of the home. We love the ⅓ stone features on the exterior walls and the supporting columns holding up the awning. Plus, the polished concrete of the porch itself is a very unique touch that we have never seen in a barndominium before.
The porch wraps all the way around this Texas barndominium as well. This southern staple is perfect for creating a little bit of extra space on the exterior of your home as well as the interior. When you have a gathering, having this other area for people to congregate will open up space in the house and give everyone enough room to mill around and socialize without being stuck inside.
The exterior of this Texas barndominium is a sight to behold, but the interior is absolutely amazing. The designers of this barndo have used the entirety of the steel building to create incredibly high ceilings and a feeling of grandeur and opulence that is not as common in the barndominium world as it should be. This is a beautifully designed and well thought out front room. We love the trim at the peak of the ceiling that matches the deep hardwood floors and emphasizes the sheer height of the ceiling.
One of the very interesting things about this grand front room is the long ceiling fan fixture. This is such a great way to really make the height of the room pop and show it off with a modern, contemporary flair. We also love the wide range of windows in this front living area. They let in enough natural light to show off the height without making it seem cold or imposing.
The floor plan of this Texas barndominium is so unique and functional. The loft style second floor even has sliding barn doors to cover the opening and create a more separated space. This is another design element that we have never seen before and it does so much to help seal off the second floor and make the living area more private and insular.
It’s no surprise that the kitchen in this Texas barndominium is just as well designed and tastefully appointed as the rest of the home. We love the crisp white and stainless steel and how professional and clean it makes the kitchen look. The large subway tile backsplash is a classic addition and the light fixtures above the sink are purely mid century modern and delightfully vintage.
We also can’t get over these amazing light fixtures. The chandelier style is a great way to bring a touch of class and sophistication to a room and the way it has been combined with these incredibly unique fixtures makes them even more interesting. That and the fact that the kitchen island has a barn door trim are such amazing small details that really make this Texas barndominium pop in so many ways.
The bedrooms in this Texas barndominium are a perfect encapsulation of the unique floor plan. We love the corner sliding barn doors and the fact that the designers of this home have managed to make as much use out of the space as they possibly can. Plus, the fact that the rich hardwood flooring continues into the bathroom and matches with those barn doors makes all the rooms feel connected and cohesive, which is incredibly important, especially with such a non-traditional floor plan.
The bathroom in this Texas barndominium is clearly designed to be used by multiple people. With a selection of different vanities and a wide range of space for people to use, this is an ideal space for many different people to get ready in. We love the white cabinetry and the circle mirrors and just can’t get enough of that granite countertop.
We also can’t talk about the bathroom without talking about the light fixtures. If there is anything this Texas barndominium has in multitudes it’s amazing lighting. Plus the tile is similar enough to the richness of the hardwood and the rest of the dark trim that it brings the entire house together and makes the bathroom feel comfortable and welcoming.
Michael O’Connor is a seasoned barndominium writer passionate about creating unique and innovative barndominiums. With over 15 years of experience in the construction industry, Michael has established himself as a leading expert in barndominium design and construction.
His work has been featured in several respected publications, including Barndominium Life, where he frequently contributes articles on best practices and emerging trends in the field. Michael’s ability to blend traditional techniques with cutting-edge technology and design concepts has earned him a reputation as one of the most knowledgeable writers in the industry.