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Building a Barndominium(almost completed pic heavy) #4842606 12/16/13 07:06 PM
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From a previous thread http://www.texashuntingforum.com/forum/ubbthreads.php/topics/4776687/1
Well got my Mule Deer hunt in and started to clean up and move somethings into the new place. Sorry about the pic quality.
View looking into living room area. Room ceiling height is 11.5' on outside and 15.5' on centerline wall. All walls have 1/2" plywood behind the sheetrock.



View from kitchen into the living area.

Kitchen area. Used barnwood tile on the bar and backsplashes.


Also used it around the kitchen window, also trimmed window with some old barnwood. I think it looks great and goes well with the granite counter tops.

Loft area above the kitchen for mounts or ????? It is made from old barnwood from my family farm. It was from an old chicken house that my grandparents built in the late 30's. I used the barnwood tile to match it on the rest of the house when I used tile.

We used the barnwood to tie in the barnwood and used it as trim around front doors. The front of the kitchen countertop and bar.

Front doors from inside the house.


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Re: Building a Barndominium(almost completed pic heavy) [Re: stxranchman] #4842614 12/16/13 07:07 PM
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Looking great STX. Ready to see it with all the mounts on the walls


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Re: Building a Barndominium(almost completed pic heavy) [Re: stxranchman] #4842618 12/16/13 07:08 PM
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WOW!!! That looks awesome!

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Man STX that looks freaking great! Love the barnwood tile and the real wood. Front door trim looks awesome.

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Very nice.

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Re: Building a Barndominium(almost completed pic heavy) [Re: stxranchman] #4842633 12/16/13 07:12 PM
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Random pics.
Master bedroom.


Since I used the barnwood on the loft display area I had a wild idea to finished the masterbath shower in the barnwood tile with a washed stone floor to give it an outdoor/ranch feel.


Closet in masterbath

Vaniety in bathroom.

Spare bathroom.


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That looks friggin' badarse. Love the barnwood Ranchman. It's gonna' look killer with all your mounts installed. up


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Re: Building a Barndominium(almost completed pic heavy) [Re: stxranchman] #4842656 12/16/13 07:20 PM
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Very nice


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Re: Building a Barndominium(almost completed pic heavy) [Re: stxranchman] #4842673 12/16/13 07:24 PM
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Nice Job Looks great


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Very Nice stx


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Very, nice what kind of wood floors did you go with?


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Re: Building a Barndominium(almost completed pic heavy) [Re: stxranchman] #4842748 12/16/13 07:43 PM
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WOW! Cant wait till the open house party!!!!!!!


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Originally Posted By: 007007
WOW! Cant wait till the open house party!!!!!!!
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That has turned out super nice.


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Wow Ranchman, that is really nice. I just hope you didn't spend all your money where you can still buy beer for the "Open House"

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Originally Posted By: one73maro
WOW!!! That looks awesome!

Re: Building a Barndominium(almost completed pic heavy) [Re: BOBO the Clown] #4842968 12/16/13 08:46 PM
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Originally Posted By: BOBO the Clown
Very, nice what kind of wood floors did you go with?

Not wood but vinyl wood planking. That is why I used it in the kitchen, dining and baths. Easy to install and very durable.


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Wow Ranchman, that is really nice. I just hope you didn't spend all your money where you can still buy beer for the "Open House"

Thanks but the beer might have to be some old leftover Generic Beer sick


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That's the best kind!

I like the barnwood shower... just don't slip and bust your arse on them river rocks!


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Thats what I'm talking about. Very nice stx up Will your full mount bedded fit up in the loft?


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Originally Posted By: BuckRage
Thats what I'm talking about. Very nice stx up Will your full mount bedded fit up in the loft?

Yes both of them should fit up there. If not then one will and the other can go into the living area on the floor.


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What are your ceilings in the living room and kitchen? They look to be bead board of some kind?


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Looks awesome, very nice work.

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