Architecture and design never fail to amaze us. With open-minded and innovative architects, a simple structure like an old barn can be an amazing house. It is not easy to work your way from an old barn to a modern house. Especially, when the barn is ruined and wrecked. But, in green Österlen, Sweden, Jonathan Andersson and his talented team showed us a perfect transformation.
For most of us, it is hard to imagine an old barn as a modern house. Yet, this carpenter and his team made the perfect transformation. And the house has revalued from almost zero to $680,000 (approximately 5.995 million Swedish Krona).
Old Barn Becomes an Ideal Living Space
If your dream house is a large structure with light colors, this 20th-century barn will be on your wish list. This house has 4.200 square feet of interior space. And this is large. Here, the house is divided into 4 bedrooms and a giant living room.
During the transformation process, Jonathan Andersson combined two wrecked and old barns into one modern home. Also, a fresh-looking polished concrete floor is used. And wooden ceiling with panels completed the dazzling look of light color interior design.
Perfect Harmony of White and Grey
It requires a lot of work to transform a structure from an old barn to a modern house. But the results are worth the efforts. This house has a 22-foot ceiling. And this ultra-high ceiling that used to store hay bales now presents a spacious looking house.
By and large, white and grey dominates the interior design of this house. Located in the countryside of Sweden, you can enjoy the summer heat in the garden. Or, you can just relax in the house with a comfortably spacious look. If you are planning to buy a house like this, calculate your budget and go for it.