Today’s featured barndo is the home of Jeremy Kelogore and it is so well designed and adorable, we just can’t get enough of it. This Mississippi barndominium is incredibly well put together and has a lot to offer both inside and out. Located on a beautiful piece of land, it fits in with the landscape perfectly and looks like a lot of fun to live in.
The cream and gray color scheme of the exterior is a great touch that we think is absolutely perfect for the surrounding area. The three small front-facing windows are incredibly unique and give this Mississippi barndominium a very special look. We also love the large, wraparound porch that covers the perimeter and has a lot of room for hanging out and barbecuing.
As you can see, there is a lot of land around this Mississippi barndominium and it serves as a beacon of light and cozy liveability. The lighting on the front porch is incredibly welcoming and gives the whole home a warm, inviting glow. We love the choices that the designers of this barndo made and they clearly paid off in the long run.
On the inside, this Mississippi barndominium has such a rustic, country home feel, but with some modern touches that are positively contemporary. The recessed ceiling beams give it a cozy, country cabin feel that is perfect for the land it’s on. However, the exposed ductwork is so modern and lets you know that this is not just any old cabin.
We also love the polished cement floor that runs through and connects the kitchen with the living area. Combined with the vintage furniture, it creates a beautiful contrast that works so well and provides a cohesive look throughout this portion of the home. Plus, that cement will stay cool in the summer, which is essential for any Mississippi barndominium.
The other living area features a more organic feel that we think is a great addition. Here, the hardwood flooring shines and combines with the raw wood ceiling for a warm feel that is perfect for chilling out. Plus, that exposed ductwork is still present, along with the recessed lighting to let you know that there are more modern touches here than what first meets your eye.
One of the things this Mississippi barndominium does incredibly well is match colors to create a cohesive look. The combinations of white and natural wood are so homey and cozy, but they still feel clean and sharp. Plus, the lighter colors do a great job of giving a relatively small area some space and making it feel breathable.
Speaking of small space being used well, the large doorway that leads into the main living area is a fantastic touch. Flanked by large windows, it is a great addition that really becomes an accent piece as well as a functional door. Those windows also let in enough natural light to feel bright and airy and give you a taste of the great outdoors that lie just behind the walls.
The kitchen, like the rest of this Mississippi barndominium is an intricately designed and well-appointed space. The shiplap paneling and wood studs work together so well and give the home an organic, natural feel. This is a space where the country really starts to come through and we love it!
One of the centerpieces of this kitchen is the butcher block countertop. It adds so much to the space and is incredibly functional as well as visually appealing. All that natural grain adds a lot and gives the eye something to be drawn to at first glance.
The reason this butcher block countertop works so well is that it contrasts with the stark white of the rest of the cabinetry and the sink. This bathtub-style sink is a thing of beauty, especially when paired with the plumbing hardware. Combining all of this with black hardware on the cabinets creates a look that ties the whole space together.
We can’t talk about this Mississippi barndominium without bringing up the staircase. The fantastic, modern contemporary handrail combined with the natural wood of the stairs is such a contrast to the rustic, austere look of the rest of the barndo. It works so well and is placed so perfectly that it becomes a real focal point of the space.
The bedrooms have just as much style as the rest of this Mississippi barndominium. More of those recessed ceiling beams and the white shiplap make this room incredibly cozy. Plus, more of those large windows are great for catching some morning light while getting ready for the day.
The bathroom is just as fantastic and beautifully designed as the living areas and kitchen. The double vanity features vessel sinks and more of that unique plumbing hardware from the kitchen sink. The way the countertop mirrors the butcher block is ingenious and really lets you see the thought and care that went into this Mississippi barndominium.