Located on a farm in the Tunby countryside, the new Swedish Barn Conversion building is made up of a pair of agrarian buildings -- brought back to life with a large renovation to create a modern abode.
The two buildings were originally created in 1910, although they underwent a large transformation and the structures still hold their architectural integrity. Keeping the traditional barn aesthetic with both the interior and exterior, the home has a spacious living space with a dramatic high-pitched ceiling. Using concrete flooring and a bold white color palette, the space has a loft-like minimalist feel. The French doors and large glazing on the walls flood the space with natural light to complement the bright environment.
The new Swedish Barn Conversion opens completely to the beautiful surroundings with large glass doors to look out onto a luxurious poolside living space.