Vermont Village Home
Original Mansfield Dairy cow barn renovated, preserving barn structure and detailing with simple open contemporary interior.
Vermont Village House, formerly a dairy barn
Former dairy barn is renovated, maintaining the original structure, but opening up to the views and developing 4 bedroom suites with simple contemporary materials, colors, and details.
Barn and main house beyond before renovation
Barn prior to renovation, minimal views to the mountain and uses "residential" details rather than maintaining the barn character.
Kitchen cook wall w/AGA and prep island made from antique british shop fixture
Traulsen ref, AGA cooker, island made from antique british shop fixture.
Dish and cleanup pantry
Dish pantry with 6 ft x 30" custom slate sink is accessed from cooking, prep and entertaining area by pass-thru opening, keeping open kitchen clear of clutter.
Cable railed stair to bedroom suites
Cable rail is deliberately transparent so as not to compete with strong antique beams and roof finish as stairs rise to guest bedroom suites and master suite on upper 2 levels.
Entry/stair hall with french doors replacing original barn door
view from kitchen thru stair hall to mudroom beyond
contemporary cabinets and fixtures with antique frame and roof sheathing left untouched. granite tiles insert into existing frame around tub. wide doors to tub compartment open to view thru mater bedroom of the mountains.
Vermont Village Home Living Room
living and dining room are along window wall to the mountains with view to kitchen beyond. Kitchen dark full height cabinets provide a wall the length of the kitchen for shallow pantry space behind traditionally styled doors.
Vermont Village Home Dining Room
Dining room opens to window wall toward mountains to the right. Full wall of shallow pantry cabinet, kitchen, and french doors at stair hall beyond. Ceiling in dining has been removed to expose beams and provide view thru mountain facing window wall from study on upper level.