Bank Barn Restoration
This unique home was originally a bank barn built in 1853. All three levels have stunning views of wetlands with active eagle nests. The bottom level has a bar height glass table with hand forged wrought iron stools from Charleston Forge. Ideal for looking at those spectacular views while having drinks with friends.
The living room hosts a sectional from Thayer Coggin. It sits on 2 metal blades and has an illusion of floating on air. The leather recliner from Leathercraft continues the leather and wood theme throughout the home.
The Ohio made dining table made from rustic quarter sawn white oak sits 8-10 people comfortably. The stunning leather seats with fabric backed dining chairs are hand forged in wrought iron from Charleston Forge. The dining set faces a 70" console from Charleston Forge with 2" seascape glass which blends in perfectly with the colors of the wetlands.
The round 36" riverglass cocktail table in the background mimics water colored glass and a cohesive rhythm found throughout the home.
The Wesley Hall sofa and chaise help with large get togethers with unbeatable comfort. Leather with wrought iron ottomans compliment the sectional beautifully, providing space for each guest to put up their feet and relax.
The Wesley Hall leather wrapped swivel chairs in the kitchen are ideal for private conversations. The 2" fusion glass top drink table is from Charleston Forge. It makes a statement against the wall with red and blue reclaimed wood from the original exterior of the bank barn.
The charming wood beams on the bedroom ceiling have been deconstructed from the property's horse barn. The contemporary cherry wood bed from Copeland compliments the beams perfectly. The tufted leather chair and ottoman from Wesley Hall are ideal for book reading and blends in beautifully with the natural setting.