The timber frame structures of Yankee Barn Homes are unique not only in their clean lines and authentic historical reference but, more importantly for this blogger/post and beam home owner, due to the stunning vignettes created by their frames. My carriage house is small, yet I’ve lost count of the number of interesting views which may be seen in this amazing home. Other Yankee Barn Home owners have told me the exact same thing, so we are now putting our “money where our mouth is” to show you we’re not kidding. Enjoy!
1. The Unique “Y” Corner
2. The Nook Below a Loft
3. The Media Room
4. The Staircase as Art
Because the living space is located on the upper level of this carriage house but the entrance is on the lower level, the stairway is a visitor’s first interior view. First impressions are key; a post and beam frame from Yankee Barn Homes makes it a snap!
5. The Deeply Slanted Beam
This area could have presented a challenge due to the deeply slanted beam and the very small wall space, but not in a Yankee Barn – the timber frame becomes the anchor for a spectacular mirror and a collection of mercury glass.