Aesthetic Edit

Aesthetic Edit


Our clients approached us with a bold vision for their antique farmhouse, envisioning an open plan with clean lines within a largely unaltered historic shell.

Together, we transformed the first floor into a spacious and inviting area anchored by a two-sided fireplace that separates the living room and eat-in kitchen. The wide pine floors in the main living area are bathed in natural light, creating a welcoming atmosphere. A secondary living room was repurposed into a veranda and a sunken TV room was created off the mudroom for a laid-back lounge area.

The stairs, featuring clean-lined spindles and wrapped in continuous white oak, lead to a series of guest quarters, including a custom crate for our clients’ three French Bulldogs. The primary suite at the rear of the building boasts a generous bath and offers views of horse paddocks and natural light through double-hung windows topped with transoms.

The exterior features a graphite clapboard with black-clad windows, doors, and fixtures, incorporating contemporary window patterns to achieve a modern and streamlined look.

At Red Barn, we practice no-ego architecture and collaborate closely with our clients to bring their design vision to life. This project exemplifies how the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. 

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