Preserving History in Loudoun County

041612_2480resizedWe had a family from California contact us; they wanted to build a new home in Loudoun County that looked like an old Virginia barn. Our Wood Purveyor, Hunter Kelley had just dismantled a 1800s barn in Lovettsville that was made of beautiful antique wide plank oak with a stone floor and foundation. This Loudoun County barn gave us all the raw, reclaimed materials we needed – eco-friendly design at its best.

Kelley’s Traditional Masonry, our masonry partner, built the beautiful stone exterior. Inside the home, they constructed a beautiful reclaimed stone hearth and antique horse country oak mantle.

In part one of this home reveal we’ll show the Loudoun County farmhouse kitchen and open floor plan family gathering.

Shenandoah Furniture Gallery designed the farmhouse kitchen. Our craftsmen custom-built antique oak cabinetry painted white, a center kitchen island with a natural oak top and finished and installed antique oak paneling on the walls and antique oak flooring throughout the Lincoln Virginia home. We also built the family’s beautiful and functional reclaimed oak farm table.