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One Barn House Floor Plan, 3 Unique Interpretations: The Master Bath

One Barn House Floor Plan, 3 Unique Interpretations: The Master Bath

This will be the final post in the series on our most popular barn house style floor plan, The Gathering House. Having already covered the Exteriors, the Great Rooms, and the Breakfast Nooks, our final post on this versatile floor plan will feature the master bath of the original Gathering House, the Arts & Crafts interpretation and the Contemporary barn house. barn house


The Original Barn House Floor Plans

As always, I begin by presenting the set of floor plans each of these homes used to create their own personal interpretation of this post and beam home.  It always amazes me to see the unique spaces which can be created from the same set of plans. A change here, an alternate idea there and an individual vision that expresses personal tastes, and out comes a creative “one-of-a-kind” post and beam home. The floor plans for The Gathering House:

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The Gathering House Floor Plans Level One


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The Gathering House Floor Plans Level Two


The Barn House Master Bath

The master bath of the Arts & Crafts version of The Gathering House uses the same layout. The Contemporary interpretation changes it up a bit, but the same square footage was utilized.

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The tub in the master bath of The Gathering House.


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The master bath in the Arts & Crafts version of these floor plans. The lay out here is the same as for the Gathering House plans, but it has it’s own personality due to fixtures, color and flooring style such as the tile and stone.


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The Contemporary has change things up a bit with an enclosed shower “room”, the entrance door moved a bit, and the use of large tile slabs on both the floor and the walls.


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The tub area of the Contemporary master bath.


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This Post Has 2 Comments
  1. In the photo of the Bennington carriage house, the kitchen has a red dining room chair with a scroll back. Can you please provide the manufacturer’s name & contact. Thank you greatly.

  2. Hi Linda,
    The chairs are made by Drexel Heritage out of Hickory, NC. Hope this helps. BeamBabe

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