Small barn house Boulder Meadows has been completed and it's amazing! Coming in under 2000 square feet, this home is of modest size on paper while affording an open floor plan associated with open post and beam architecture. As with all Yankee Barn custom designs, this house is proof positive that a smaller footprint does not mean a small space or appearance. In fact, quite the opposite is true. Better yet...
Barn homes master baths come in all shapes and sizes. The phrase “master bath” is often misconstrued to mean grandiose and/or large. While some of them may indeed be large, at Yankee Barn Homes, not all of them are large square footage-wise, but all contain exactly what the homeowners require. Take a look through the photos for ideas on styles, fixtures, tiles, color use and floor plan layout for many types of barn homes. I think you’ll really like what you see.[toggle title_open=”Close Me” title_closed=”Barn Homes Master Bath: Focus on Whites” hide=”yes” border=”yes” style=”default” excerpt_length=”0″ read_more_text=”Read More” read_less_text=”Read Less” include_excerpt_html=”no”]
Barn Homes Master Baths: Focus on Whites
One of the most popular “colors” for a master bath is white. Crisp, clean and fresh are just three adjectives which readily come to mind when viewing these white, or predominantly white, barn home mater baths.
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Barn Homes Master Baths: The Color Formula
When colors are used in master baths, they are often warm and pronounced. Even when leaning to a pastel, there is enough pigment to convey the predominance of color. For example: