Updated: The 8 Best Barndominium Videos On YouTube

This chandelier began life as a pig feeder

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You’ve spent months — maybe years — getting everything just right for your barndominium. Everything, that is, except the interior finish-out that will really make a difference.

If you’re still stuck on how to decorate or furnish the inside of your barndominium, there’s a new YouTube Channel that might help. It.features the best barndominium videos with pictures ever.

NOTE: Click here to go straight to the newest videos. But scroll right back up here so you don’t miss a single one.

It’s not about how to build your barndo, or the best way to insulate it.

It’s the beginnings of a vast idea library, showing some of the most creative ways we’ve ever seen by other barndominium owners in the finish-out of their barn homes — whether it be metal or post and beam, or some amazing hybrid in between.

Get ready to be creatively energized. Subscribe to get instant notification when we publish a new video every few days.

Here’s a 60 second trailer, just to give you a small sample:

Here’s a link to the CountryLiving.com article

Interested?

Here are the others so far. You can check back here every 24 to 48 hours to view a new one. Or, simply subscribe to receive all notifications about new videos and updates (don’t worry – we guard your email address completely and will never, ever share or sell it to anyone.)

Best Barndominium Ideas (2:52)

Are you stuck for an idea on just what your dream barndominium might look like? Watch this short video for the style that suits you best.

 

Barndominiums: The Series – Number 1 (2:42)

Barndominiums: The Series – is a collection of high resolution images – collected and displayed from the BarndominiumLife.com website and Facebook page.

They will inspire you to finally make the move back to the simpler life already enjoyed by hundreds across the country.

Special thanks to the folks at Heritage Texas Properties, who shared these images.

Barndominiums: The Series – Number 2 (2:55)

You would never know by the log cabin feel of this unique property that it has steel walls and much better insulation than a true log cabin might. But it shows once again that when it comes to finishing out a barndominium, you are limited only by your imagination. 3 BR, 2 BA+ a 600 sf shop, Check out the hollowed out log sink in the bathroom. https://www.realtor.com/…/11102-Woodside-Dr_Plantersville_T…

Barndominiums: The Series – Number 3 (4:14)

For those of you who are still searching for ideas on how to build out, furnish and decorate your dream barndo, here are 12 great ideas from Country Living. Come back tomorrow for another dozen.(By the way, that’s an old pig feeder with the bottom cut out that’s serving as a chandelier. You can stencil your own message on the side to make yours totally unique.)..https://www.countryliving.com/…/how-to/g860/farmhouse-sty…/…

Barndominiums: The Series – Number 4 – “Texas Proud”

Situated on 28+ rolling acres of Hill Country near Austin, this barndominium radiates Texas pride. It’s for sale – view the listing here: https://www.realtor.com/realestateand..

 

Barndominiums: The Series – Number 5 – “Texas Proud” Part Deux

‎Barndominium Life FB Member Leigh Ann Jindra Ward tells this compelling story about how their ultra unique barndo came to be. She’s the one who created these almost surreal  images of their barn home – transformed from an existing 40×60 pole barn which was already on the six South Texas acres they bought in 2011.

“In 2013, we completely re-did the existing building, enlarged the master bedroom, added a master bath and a 1500 sq ft mother in law apartment…making the entire house 4500 sq ft with a big porch, outside living space and garage. The main house features exposed barn beam rafters, and repurposed cabinets .”

Barndominiums: The Series – Number 6

It’s been awhile since we offered yet another post saying that you can’t judge a barndominium by its cover. This example is located in Ocala, Florida on 20+ acres.

 

 

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