The owner of this barn, the famous country singer Ronnie Dunn, always dreamed of an ideal country house where he could relax, go fishing, ride horses. So the idea of this project was born. The house is located in Tennessee, USA, outside and inside the building resembles a rustic barn – wood paneling, white latticed windows with shutters, an attic window with a lift. Inside, designers had a perfect space: in the living room and kitchen, huge ceilings and two-tier windows are a rare phenomenon for houses. Due to this, it was decided to make a hanging lamp in the kitchen, and extend the stone facing of the fireplace to the roof itself. Many interior details create an atmosphere of antiquity in the house. Even in the nineteenth century, houses in the Wild West were woven with braided ropes, copper, horns and stones. Designers added vintage items, combining them with the 21-century touches. For example, a new chrome-plated faucet is located above the solid stone sink. There were some small things that were dear to the heart: frames with old and aged photographs, a bed hanging on ropes, a collection of vintage bottles.