Take a peek inside this gorgeous entertainment barn in Tennessee

This beautiful country home was custom designed as an entertainment barn by , nestled on 20 acres in Memphis, Tennessee. Designed to appear as a barn and function as an entertainment space, this home provides ample places to host overnight guests. The barn was the first phase of a larger estate. Once the estate is complete, this will look like the barn for this country property.

Overlooking a man-made lake, the design of this farmhouse was inspired by old stone barns of New England. The architects used reclaimed wood timbers and siding inside.

Project Team: Architect: Norris Architecture / Interior Design: Post 31 Interiors / Landscape Architect: Wantland Ink Landscape Architecture

Interior design studio worked with the architects from conception to completion, creating a “rustic luxe” interior, masculine married to feminine home. Velvet, leather, linen, hair on hide and silk, provide soft texture to the patina of the authentic reclaimed wood throughout the home.

What We Love: This stunning entertainment barn offers beautiful material elements and stylish details throughout its design. We are loving the concept of a barn house that provides guests a unique experience to spend the night, while offering plenty of entertainment. The project team did a fabulous job of creating warm and inviting living spaces filled with chic furnishings and accessories… Readers, what do you think, would you spend the night in this unique party barn? Tell us in the Comments below!

Note: Have a look at another beautiful home tour that we have featured here on Fitflopsale-Singapore from the architects of this project, Norris Architecture: Gorgeous stone residence in Nashville offers a timeless design style.

RELATED: Old barn transformed into ultimate entertaining pad in Upstate New York

Above: The kitchen overlooks the lake with French doors that opens to the covered porch.

Above: Upper loft area looks over the family room and has two beds Bunk Style over a sitting area.

Above: The ping-pong table also serves as a dining table! Stone on the walls is Arkansas fieldstone.

Above: The covered porch overlooks the lake and features rollaway screens for sun protection.

Photos: Emily Minton-Redfield

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