Barndominium Floor Plans

If you love spacious, wide-open floor plans and want to build a beautiful, cost-effective structure for work or business, a barndominium may fit the bill. In this guide, we want to share some exciting barndo floor plans with you to help you visualize the final result. But first, let's briefly talk a little bit more about the features of these plans as well as customization.

Floor Plan Customizations

All plans featured in this section can be purchased online and customized to your exact requirements.

One of the best things about barndos is that you can customize the floor plans to fit your needs.

You can even choose different building materials, foundation types, and construction methods, for example substituting steel for wood framing for a more durable structure.

Now that we have set some groundlines and introduced the basics, let's take a look at some beautiful floor plans to consider.

Almost all of our featured plans come from a Connecticut-based company called Architectural Designs, which has been in the business for more than four decades.

In fact, they have more than 35,000 home plans in their portfolio, each by a licensed architect and conforming to building codes. So, there is something for everyone.

You can purchase any one of these plans as they are, or you can ask to modify one of the plans to your needs.

If you want to customize a plan, you can request a quote and hear back within two business days. Once you have communicated your needs and settled on a price, you can receive a barndominium layout that is fully personalized.

Standard Features

To give you an idea what you can expect from our barn house floor plans, here are some of their common features and variations:

+ Designs may or may not resemble traditional barns.
+ Barndominiums feature wide open flows of space.
+ Floor plans typically range from 1,000 to 5,000 square feet.
+ Floor plans may feature multiple stories and lofts.
+ Some barndominiums incorporate both living spaces and workshops.
+ Huge garages are common in barndominium designs.
+ Large porches, decks and balconies add valuable outdoor living space to barndominium layouts.