Timber Style – Barneveld, WI
This rural, Timber style home in Barneveld, Wisconsin, sits on top of a hill overlooking a valley. Inspired by the outdoors, every design element works to create a rustic feel. The 2,480 square foot home boasts three bedrooms, two and a half baths, and a three-car garage, giving the family plenty of space to enjoy.
The exterior features a warm color palette with a combination of vinyl, SmartSide, and stone with decorative Douglas fir timber gable accents. A large deck covered with a pine tongue and groove ceiling overlooks the backyard.
Inside, the home’s most notable elements are timber framing, a floor-to-ceiling set of windows in the great room and a stone-surrounded fireplace that steals the show. Built-in cabinetry and wine storage offer both convenience and beauty, and the consistent use of timber creates a cohesive design. In the kitchen, ceramic tile backsplash brings life to the alder walnut cabinetry while pendant lighting hangs over granite countertops to illuminate the space.
The master suite features a convenient connected walk-in closet and laundry room. In the master bath, ceramic tile lines the floor and shower while alder walnut cabinetry and cultured marble countertops add both elegance and function to the space.
The children’s bedrooms and bath are located on a second-floor loft that overlooks the great room, giving a bird’s-eye view of the engineered hickory flooring and deep color palette. The upstairs bathroom matches the master suite in tile and cabinetry design elements, carrying the walnut and marble throughout the house. An unfinished basement offers further storage space out of the way.
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