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1. In the living area, a wood stove and radiant heat in concrete floors keep things warm. “The structure and rhythm of the window frames and mullions hold you in against the long views and make this large room feel very cozy,” Weber says. Stainless steel kitchen cabinets extend into the living room, where they morph into storage, then continue out to the terrace to become a staging area for barbecues. 2. “Our original vision was to make a modern barn, so Mark suggested we stain it red,” says the wife. 3. Weber says he designed the master bathroom to have one big trough sink instead of two smaller ones, for a less fussy appearance. 4. The front of the smaller building is visible out the kitchen windows. 5. The kitchen island becomes a dining table at the far end. The refrigerator and pantry are built into a white-painted wall of storage. 6. A view of the house from the meadow.
Photography: Nathan Kirkman
Styling: Diane Ewing