The downstairs of our old Séchoir (tobacco drying shed) is one big open space; I designed it to make the most of its size.
The Kitchen has a large wood-burning cooker, a large range-style gas/electric cooker, plenty of cupboard space, two big fridge/freezers, and a big pantry (out of sight). It's a pleasant place to work.
The Sitting room corner has a wonderfully comfortable L-shaped white leather sofa, a HUGE TV set, and a small wood-burning stove. The yellow square thing by the stove is a game of Snakes-n-Ladders that I made for Boo Boo.
The Dining area and Staircase are just standard. The door at the back goes through to a Bathroom and the Pantry.
The wonderful Italian wood burning cooker, and the moveable island (a table on which I put wheels).
And lastly, another view of the stairs.
From having been a 'project', it's now become a comfortable home. It's still evolving, and no doubt will go through many more changes; especially upstairs where the main Bathroom, and another Bedroom are still under construction. It will eventually have four Bedrooms, and two Bathrooms.
It's a very pleasant house, it's just a pity that its owners are now living in a big modern Miami penthouse; so it remains empty. C'est la vie!
p.s. Just in case you missed seeing the interior of the barn before I started the work... here it is below.