Bringing new life to an old horse barn

We get to do a variety of projects which keeps life interesting. This particular project wanted to bring new life to an old horse barn. The barn was already beautiful, but not “finished.” There was some repair work that needed to be done and a lot of cleaning up.

So we got to work on a plan to repair and replace the damaged elements of the structure. The plan includes updates to bring the structure to current code standards to be used as an event space. We worked on a variety of seating options and came up with a plan for being able to serve food in the space.

Albemarle Farm
Albemarle Farm
Albemarle Farm

The interior aesthetic was maintained and we were able to reuse some of the damaged areas to enhance the space. Lighting was selected to brighten the space and allow a variety of functions.

Albemarle Farm
Albemarle Farm
Albemarle Farm

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