Today’s featured barndo is owned by Landon Kuhn and it has so much to offer in both style and functionality. There are a ton of little surprises in this Oklahoma barndominium and everything is so well proportioned and tastefully done it’s almost impossible to get it all covered. We’ll try to give you a rundown of everything there is to see in this beautiful country home.
The main living area is immediately interesting and captivating due to the full to-ceiling railing and balcony combination. By using the balcony edge to flow down into the staircase, the designers of this Oklahoma barndominium have created a completely separate space. This is a great feature to use for any kind of smaller floor plan and we love the way they have integrated it here.
The living area also features some great ceiling elements that bring a touch of art deco into this modern-style country home. The wire light fixture is an ornate addition that we love and think it gives some much needed extra light to the recessed lighting in the ceiling. On top of that, the beautifully designed fan does so much more than circulate air. It is its own unique touch that adds so much to the space.
One of the most impressive and interesting features of this Oklahoma barndominium is the stonework fireplace. There’s no doubt that it is a major focal point of this home and works as so much more than an accent piece. The slate gray matches so well with the black and white of the rest of the home’s color scheme and we think the designers did a great job picking it out.
The open concept floor plan allows for the kitchen to be another major aspect of the living area. This is a great layout if you are looking to do a lot of entertaining and would like to be able to talk to your guests as you work in the kitchen. With the breakfast bar and 90 degree-facing range, this floor plan was designed for socializing and we love the attention that has been paid to it.
Stainless steel appliances are always going to be a hallmark of any modern kitchen. In the instance of this Oklahoma barndominium, the appliances not only provide functional convenience, but they also match up with the amazing fireplace. We think this is a fantastic design choice that goes far beyond the simple hardiness of the stainless steel.
Seeing that wire light fixture in action just confirms how essential it is to the entire kitchen. The marbled granite countertops shine in this aerial view and they work so well with the rest of the colors in the house. The patterned backsplash that runs all around the kitchen is another great touch that works wonders in tying the entire home together with simple, tasteful design.
On top of the large space for entertaining and hanging out, this Oklahoma barndominium also features a dedicated dining area that is richly adorned with wood furnishings. While this space is a contrast to the rest of the home, it is separated in such a way that gives it a private, cozy feel. We think this is a wonderful, deliberate choice that the owners and designers have pulled off incredibly well.
The bedroom in this Oklahoma barndominium is small, but it makes up for it by having a comfortable, homey feel. The light colors mixed with the hardwood flooring are a great way to make a smaller room feel bigger and the designers of this barndo clearly know that. Having darker colors closer to the ground will always help bring a little bit of space to an otherwise small room.
The other bedroom has more space and it takes great advantage of that by having a beautiful blue accent wall. This wall, mixed with the dark woods of the furniture, give this room a very cozy feel that we love. On top of that, the carved decorative piece above the bed is a fantastic touch that works so well in this Oklahoma barndominium.
The bathroom, like the rest of the home, is beautifully designed and utilizes such fantastic colors along with interesting patterns to create something very unique. The slate gray of the shower tiles match the stonework in the living area and the accent strips and floor mirror the backsplash in the kitchen. These small touches do so much to create a feeling that is cohesive and elements that are all working together.
The double vanity is another great feature that any family will appreciate, as well as guests. The broken up triple mirror is a nice touch as well and gives the vanity a separated feel. Just like in the living area, this space features beautiful slate grays that are illuminated with unique light fixtures. This whole Oklahoma barndominium is connected and united in a way that is incredibly pleasing.