This timber frame custom home was designed by RMT Architects and built by Ronnie D. Waller Construction, located in Highlands, a town in Macon County, North Carolina. This gorgeous rustic barn house encompasses 3,587 square feet, featuring comfortable and inviting living spaces.
The great room features a beautiful open concept, with a mezzanine that is accessed via a metal spiral staircase. A floor-to-ceiling stone clad fireplace adds a warm and inviting aesthetic to this space. Area rugs adds pattern and texture, delineating the living room from the dining room.
What We Love: This stunning timber frame dwelling showcases an incredible barn-like exterior facade and warm and cozy interiors. We are loving the pocketing glass doors in the dining room that opens to create a visual connection between the indoors and out. The open and airy living spaces creates a sense of harmony and helps to create a friendly space that’s conducive to entertaining guests… Readers, please share with us what you like or do not like about the overall design of this home in the Comments below!
Note: Have a look at another fabulous home tour that we have featured here on One Kindesign from the portfolio of RMT Architects: Rustic-modern barn in the Swan Mountain Range.
Above: The kitchen bar stools were purchased from HW Home in Boulder, Colorado. The cabinetry was supplied by Kitchens by Wedgewood in Louisville, Colorado. The floor is wood and stained concrete. The wood was installed first and used as the concrete form work.
Above: The newel posts are secured to the floor joist, hidden below the wood flooring.
Above: A beige cowhide rug adds a cozy feel to this guest bedroom. A beautiful patchwork quilt adorns the bed… love the pillows!
Above: The hallway dimensions are 6′ x 41′ to the guardrail and the end of the hall.
Above: The large light fixture suspended above the living room was a custom made wrought iron fixture designed for this home by Hammerton. The finish flooring was a stained concrete with inlayed boards over the structural sub-floor. The ceiling tongue & groove is 6″ in width and the rafters were 4×8’s. Notice the spiral staircase that provides convenient access to the upper level?
Above: The barn doors adds to the rustic aesthetic of this home. A seamless transition from the indoors to outdoors is made available thanks to a pocket style glass door system. Opening with the panels sliding into the wall pocket and completely disappearing from view.
Above: The porch features cedar decking, rustic furnishings and a beautiful stone clad fireplace for an inviting ambiance. The hanging pendant lights were purchased from Restoration Hardware.
Above: A gravel driveway with a beautiful mulch border adds to the rustic feel of this home.
Photos: Eric Morley Photography