Leah Fisher’s exceptional 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom, barndominium boasts 2,200 square feet of living space complemented by a 23’ x 24’ attached 2-car garage.
This home includes large, inviting porches and distinctive architectural details.
Step inside to discover more features, such as those found in the kitchen, which impresses with double islands, and a unique pantry door discovered in an offbeat shop.
Although construction expenses surpassed expectations, this meticulously planned 2,200-square-foot abode stands as a testament to careful design and thoughtful details.
Take a look at this clay and bone white steel colored barndo below.
The exterior of Leah’s barndominium has a lower trim and boasts a clay color that ascends about 3 feet, harmonizing with the clay-colored roof and trim.
The majority of the siding is in the shade “bone white”.
Leah aimed for a traditional house-like appearance with the A-shape at the top over the entranceway.
The front door is elegantly stained in Minwax’s “Coffee” hue, adding a touch of sophistication to the exterior.
This home features inviting porches with comfortable seating, measuring 8 feet in the front and 14 feet at the back.
The front porch is complemented with hanging plants and a welcoming entranceway.
The back porch is for entertaining and comfort.
It includes ceiling fans, a mounted TV, a grill, and lots of seating.
The interior of Leah Fisher’s barndominium offers a spacious living area, spanning 2,200 square feet.
Upon entering through the front doors, guests are greeted by the foyer featuring suspended and recessed lighting, a convenient bench with hooks, a closet, and prairie-style doors.
The area is beautifully finished with Luxury Vinyl Plank (LVP) flooring, offering both elegance and durability.
The walls are painted in Sherwin Williams’ “Downy” hue, offering a serene and calming ambiance, beautifully contrasted by semi-gloss bright white trim.
The great room seamlessly connects to the dining and kitchen areas, boasting recessed lighting and a ceiling fan for added comfort.
Its focal point is a fireplace adorned with brick and shiplap, and a wooden mantle hosting a TV above.
On each side, open shelving and cabinets complement the space, combining functionality and aesthetics.
The dining area, found between the great room and kitchen, exudes rustic charm with its furniture and decor.
A suspended lighting fixture illuminates the table, which comfortably accommodates seating for eight.
The kitchen boasts double islands, with the larger one measuring 5’x 9’ and the smaller one 3’ x 7’, providing ample space for cooking and gathering.
The unique pantry door, a vintage find from a quirky shop, adds character.
The countertops, made of fantasy brown granite, exude elegance.
With suspended lighting, stainless steel appliances, and a window over the sink, this kitchen offers a blend of functionality and charm, while both islands provide cabinet space.
This island offers seating for 4.
The master bathroom features a vanity spanning 128 inches, hosting sinks on each end and a lowered sit-down vanity in the middle.
This spacious bathroom is conveniently situated adjacent to the master walk-in closet and bedroom.
Designing the floor plans for Leah’s 2,200-square-foot barndominium was a challenging yet rewarding endeavor.
Her husband sketched out the plans, and they sought help from a draftsman to refine them.
Unfortunately, unforeseen price escalations during the build led to increased expenses.
Surprisingly, Leah ended up spending more on this 2,200 square feet home compared to her previous 3,400 square feet one.
Consequently, she unexpectedly acquired a mortgage, which wasn’t part of her initial plan.
However, Leah is content and grateful to have this home despite the unexpected challenges and increased expenses during the construction process.
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