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Rhonda Kieson Designs
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AFTER: From hay loft to haven. This is one dramatic transformation.
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Barn Renovation
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BEFORE: Plain and simple. It's a hay loft, or at least it WAS a hay loft. It was time to dust it off and start over. A new life was about to begin.
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Backyard Beauty
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AFTER: I took on this project with a good deal of enthusiasm. Since I am a jigsaw puzzle fanatic, I saw this as an opportunity to work in a 3-dimensional aspect. I sorted through the rocks, one at a time, and placed every one by hand. All cavities were filled with smaller rocks and pebbles. The wrought iron was custom-made to my specifications. My choice for finishes--the...More
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BEFORE: The old wooden fence had to go, and in its place I designed a dry-stacked stone wall that would eventually have a custom wrought iron railing above it. The stones used for this rock wall were already on the property. They were gathered up and "dumped" in the general area of construction. In this photo it looks like there's a project without a plan. Check out the "a...More
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Every so often, the raw structure itself is a photo op. The rafters and the corrugated tin are visible from the open staircase. Photo credit: Colleen Jackson
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The overhead door was taken out, and in its place are two beautiful custom-made doors. The stall doors on the far end were covered by old windows brought from another construction site. The vinyl floor--which everyone thinks is a real wood floor--makes this entire space a dance floor. No splinters, no buckling, no worries. And the chandeliers . . . doesn't every barn deserv...More
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Barn Renovation
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This truly was a functioning barn, or stable, as the case may be. When this picture was taken, the stalls had been removed and we were now prepping for the new concrete. The tractor? Well, big jobs call for big equipment.
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Barn Renovation
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Almost everything in this area was repurposed. The glass-fronted cabinets were painted a quiet gray/blue to contrast with the weathered wood and exposed rafters. The wood on the refrigerator/freezer doors was once a backyard fence, and in keeping with the "no fuss" approach, I used Liquid Nails to adhere them to the doors. It was easy, it was fast, and it was economical.
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