Featuring: The national monument Converted barn house from 1760 became the family home of Joy, Harro, and their daughter Day in a village in the Netherlands called ZuidwoldeThe Home: Harro's parents once owned the old farm with its barn. Eventually, the property was split into three parts and put up for sale. Joy immediately saw possibilities in converting the barn into a sustainable barn house and worked with an architect to create a layout plan. Then, they collaborated with a contractor to execute the plan, while Harro himself handled all other tasks.The Style: Joy and Harro had to rely on their creativity and determination to transform a national monument into a sustainable barn house. Their unique style is evident in the vintage furnishings they have collected, such as the oriental gate in the living room and the old kitchen unit from Hungary.
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