Today’s topic for discussion: barndominium design ideas
No one seems to know exactly who originated the idea of decorating the inside of a dwelling place with corrugated tin, but today we’re applying the concept to create a few barndominium design ideas
Traditionally, corrugated tin has perched atop farmhouses and outbuildings, or even silos — for at least two hundred years.
And, it has offered reliable, durable protection against the elements when nailed to many an old fashioned pole barn. Horses and cattle still shelter in them, from one end of the U.S. to the other,
A refreshing and rare photo spread
So we were pleased to run across these images on Pinterest the other day. And to find that each one led to an actual feature article on MountainModernLife.com.
And, by clicking on each photo below, you can discover a little about where that particular interior design is located somewhere in the world.
Most of these images, you’ll find, aren’t on display right now in a barndominium anywhere. But, in our ongoing commitment to bring the best in ideas for finishing out your dream barn home, we thought we’d pass the collection on for your enjoyment.
And so, without further discussion (you’re welcome to add comments by scrolling all the way down and entering a thought or two) here they are:
NOTE: We’ve turned on the 3x zoom feature. Cell phone visitors just place a thumb on an image an press lightly to zoom in, move around and take a mini-virtual tour of the room.