Discover the extraordinary lifestyle at Brett and Brinkley McPherson’s 40-acre Arcadia, OK sanctuary, featuring a spacious 40′ x 60′ barndominium.
Boasting approximately 1800 sq ft of living space upstairs, this unique property seamlessly blends modern living with functional design.
The lower level presents a 1/2 kitchen, mudroom area, and 1/2 bath, alongside the innovative use of the tack room as a home office.
The McPherson family added the convenience of an in-closet stackable laundry setup – a true testament to the thoughtfulness woven into every detail.
The barn is thoughtfully crafted with four stalls and a washroom, catering to equestrian enthusiasts.
A versatile 12′ x 20′ shop offers ample space for projects.
The exterior’s iron ore finish exudes contemporary charm.
See the details below and the McPhersons’ love for their remarkable abode, where life is lived to the fullest!
The McPhersons used smart trim siding with an iron ore exterior color, making it charming and durable.
What’s unique is that they built the barn under the house – a clever choice! And don’t worry, the horses downstairs don’t bother them – they spray foamed in between to keep the smells separate.
The living area features walls in Sherwin Williams 7006 extra white, custom-designed interior doors, and a rich dark walnut stain on oak and maple.
The floors are builder grade knotty hickory, giving a rustic touch.
The interior boasts stunning features like a beautiful chandelier and a skylight that bathes the space in natural light.
The exposed wooden beams in the ceiling add a touch of rustic sophistication.
This family’s eclectic rustic furniture perfectly complements the ambiance.
There is seamless living with an open transition between the kitchen and living area, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere for the family to enjoy.
The sliding doors elegantly reveal the entrance to the bedroom, offering a touch of privacy and style.
The living area is adorned with unique decor that adds character and personality to the space.
And don’t miss the striking antler chandelier that serves as a captivating centerpiece, illuminating the room with its rustic charm.
The stairway in the McPherson home is a true work of art, seamlessly blending different materials to create a stunning visual.
With a harmonious mix of wood, metal, and black and white tile, the staircase becomes a unique focal point that adds both elegance and modern flair to the interior.
A set of rustic swinging doors adds a charming touch to their stairway, creating a natural and inviting barrier between spaces.
The bathroom boasts a spacious tub and shower combination, designed with rich and inviting dark tones.
Choosing a single, spacious bathroom that the entire family shares adds a practicality to the family’s everyday routines.
The kitchen features a generous island with plenty of countertop space, complete with shelving on both sides of the sink.
The cabinetry offers abundant storage, including a clever inset for the refrigerator. Cabinetry is painted with Sherwin Williams 6440 Courtyard (green).
With dual porches, the barndominium offers about 6,000 sq ft under the roof, providing ample space for outdoor relaxation and enjoyment.
Featuring floor plans designed by ACM Designs in Dubuque, Iowa, this barndominium layout served as the foundation for the McPherson family’s home.
While they initially used these plans, they made a few personalized edits to tailor the space to their preferences and needs.
Here is the exterior view.
Take a look at the interior specs.
Brett, Brinkley’s husband and builder at @stoneridgehomesok, lovingly embraced all of his wife’s creative ideas and skillfully brought them to reality.
You can find Brinkley at @designersbrew on Instagram.
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