Today’s featured home on Barndominiums.co is Cody Ricketts’ beautifully designed Tennessee barndominium. This wonderfully natural and organic-feeling barndo is a great example of what can be done with this kind of home and can serve as great inspiration if you are considering designing your floor plan and building your own barndominium. We can’t wait to show you all the little details and amazing features that make this barndo so amazing.
One of the first things you might notice about this Tennessee barndominium is how simple and tasteful the exterior is. We love the slight curve in the roofline and feel that it gives the profile an incredibly unique, classic look that can be difficult to achieve with barndominiums. This is one of the great things about building this type of home; you can make something that otherwise might not exist.
One of the neatest little details about this Tennessee barndominium is the cupola and weathervane. This gives the barndo a country-style look and pays homage to the original intention of the building. We think this is a great design element and adds to the already-tasteful style of this barndo.
While the exterior of this Tennessee barndominium is tasteful and modest, the interior takes the country style to a whole new level. The abundance of natural wood and organic earth tones makes for an incredibly beautiful design and a warm feel that is perfect for any barndominium. The use of textures and colors in this interior is absolutely top-notch and brings a level of design that is rarely seen.
The staircase is the absolute centerpiece of this home. The way that the different wood colors and contrasts of wood types work together to create something incredibly unique is what building your own home is all about. It creates a focal point for the eye to settle on without distracting or taking anything away.
The kitchen in this Tennessee barndominium is absolutely stunning and creates a feeling of both modern style and nostalgia. This delicate balance is what this barndo does incredibly well and the designers have done a great job with walking that fine line. This is one of the most difficult things to do as an interior designer and we just love that they have been able to do it so well.
One of the things that stands out the most about the kitchen in this Tennessee barndominium is the aged cabinetry. This gives the kitchen a lived-in look and a very well-worn aesthetic that we think matches so well with the rest of the barndo and the rustic, organic textures and colors that are used throughout. It helps that it is incredibly tastefully done and doesn’t overwhelm the complete feeling of the home.
The countertop is one of the most amazing we have seen in a barndominium. The combination of natural colors and the live edge works so well and the fact that the edges are not entirely straight gives it such a beautiful, organic feel that we absolutely adore. There is something to be said about having this kind of bold centerpiece and we think it works perfectly here.
The bedrooms in this Tennessee barndominium continue on with the organic feel of the rest of the home. We absolutely love the reclaimed wood of the shutters and the fact that it adds to the lived-in feel of the entire space. This, combined with the natural wood furniture creates such a cabin-esque look that we think works incredibly well when combined with everything else in the home.
One of the many things this Tennessee barndominium does well is create a feeling of space even when using these warm colors and textures. We love the way the designers of this barndo have used darker wood colors in the trim pieces of the interior to outline the various doors, windows, and other features. This creates a great feeling that is both warm and spacious and makes for an excellent experience.
While the bedrooms and living areas of this Tennessee barndominium are very cozy and country-style, the bathrooms feel very modern and luxurious. However, they don’t necessarily feel cold or modern. They maintain some of the charm and warmth that runs throughout the entire home but still provide the amenities you would expect from a new home.
We absolutely love the wood print tile in the shower. The way this continues on with the earthy feel of the rest of the home while still providing the protection and longevity that is needed in its application. The contrast with the wood paneling is amazing and brings out the warmth that is needed in the bathroom if you want it to be comfortable and welcoming. This Tennessee barndominium has everything you might want from a home where you can feel comfortable and welcome no matter where you go.
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