Today’s featured home on Barndominiums.co is Monique Gros’ fantastic Louisiana Barndominium. This home shows just how adorable and quant these homes can be while still maintaining style.
There is so much to show you with this barndominium and so many little, amazing details. If you are interested in how these homes can be understated but also exciting, this one is for you.
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The exterior of this Louisiana barndominium is one of the best things about it. It really shows just how cute you can make a barndo and how your style can shine through. We love the crisscrossed trim on the sides and how they look similar to a real barn. The cupola on top of the roof and the weather vane complete the look and tie it all together.
One of the things this home does extremely well is showcase different textures. The steel siding of the post-frame building blends so nicely with the brick. We love how this barndo makes such good use of all the different materials available. However, it also looks incredibly cohesive and feels complete instead of mish-mashed together.
The absolute eye-catcher with this Louisiana barndominium is the set of barn doors on the side of the home. These doors bring out the original intent of this building and show just how amazing it can be. We also love the color combination with this angle of the home. It is a great nod to the barn roots of the structure and shows how simple colors can really pop.
The porch is another crown jewel of this home and it is so adorably decorated. The concrete patio is a classic look and the wall ornaments really make it feel homey and lived-in. We also love the high-top table and picnic table that give the space a lot of seating. This seems like a great place to sit back and enjoy an afternoon.
Perhaps the most impressive thing about this Louisiana barndominium is where it is set. Having this beautiful pond to look at while you gaze out your window seems like a dream.
The patio is perfectly positioned so the residents can enjoy the view. This is one of the most pastoral and gorgeous places to build a barndominium and we absolutely love it.
If you thought the exterior of this Louisiana barndominium was cute, the inside is incredible.
The large beam that cuts through the interior ceiling adds a wonderful illusion of height. We also love how the brick pattern continues from the exterior with the interior flooring. Everything from the colors to the textures of this home has been meticulously thought-out.
The ceiling in the interior is stunning and has a wonderful, organic feel that we just love. The ceiling fan is also very unique and is more of a nod to the country style of the exterior. This mix of slightly industrial with completely rustic is something that we haven’t seen before. It’s a great combination and works so well all throughout this barndo.
One of the things this Louisiana barndominium does very well is subtlety.
The little brick trim pieces shown here are another nod to the brick of the exterior. While it may not be something that stands out to you right away, it works so well. By referencing back to other areas, it makes the home feel whole and complete.
The kitchen in this barndo feels so modern and contemporary. However, it doesn’t feel out of place or like it sticks out.
The muted colors and tile backsplash are just rustic enough to match the rest of the home. Plus, we love the stools that sit at the kitchen island and breakfast bar.
This barndominium also has an adorable little hidden coffee corner right behind the kitchen. It’s touches like this that really make a place feel lived-in and practical. This is one of the major benefits of building your own home. You can put in these little things that will help improve your life and make it that much easier.
The loft bedroom is a great addition to this Louisiana barndominium. Not only does it continue with the wood ceiling but there are also more touches of that brick throughout. On top of this, there is also a wonderful wood floor that mirrors the ceiling perfectly. The slope of the roof and the walls makes this bedroom feel incredibly cozy.
The bathroom in this barndominium is a welcoming and incredibly bright-feeling white that we absolutely love. The patterns on the tiled floor are another beautiful touch and we think it matches perfectly with the tub tile.
This, combined with the semi-industrial light fixtures make for a very interesting look. Like everything with this barndo, it all comes together to create something incredibly unique.