Resembling the classic farmstead outbuilding on the outside, The Barn uses a mix of rustic finishes and modern updates for a one-of-a-kind guesthouse. Clad in reclaimed barnwood and cedar shake shingles, the exterior gives the appearance of a structure that has weathered overtime, while the interior tells another story. The ground floor acts as a garage for the owners to work on motorcycles, bicycles, and vintage cars. Above, the hayloft consists of a guest room, kitchenette, and gym, keeping the barn aesthetic with reclaimed oak floors, a plank ceiling, exposed trusses, and sliding doors. On one end of the loft, a glazed wall floods the interior with natural light, while framing in dramatic views of the surrounding meadow and Teton Range.
Photos: Audrey Hall / Carney Logan Burke Architects