Seattle-based architect Don Frothingham helped bring this 104-year-old barn-style home up to snuff in a remodel that shows respect for the old while incorporating modern updates. The home is a historic Washington dairy farm, although the exterior says dairy farm much more than the interior. Barn homes are popular in rural areas where farming has left empty, convertible structures.
The most impressive feature in barn homes is usually the ceiling. This home is no exception, and the natural wood interior prominently displays the amazing concave architecture.