This Austin, Texas studio and guest quarters from Heritage Restorations is an artist’s paradise. The original barn that the studio was crafted from was originally built circa 1860 in Canajoharie, N.Y. The airy Austin art studio is 1,215-square-feet and utilizes restored and vintage barn wood for the siding.
The original barn stored hops, an important cash crop in the area during the 1800s. The high ceiling of the barn was used to hang the long and viny plants.
The interior of the art studio barn is cozy, charming and playful. The high ceilings and windows make it a sunny and light place to create artwork during the daytime. The space has a large work table, sitting area, and plenty of room to store paintings.
The kitchen area is a fun shade of purple and also doubles as a place to store art supplies.
This artist is literally living, breathing and sleeping his art. The loft area has a bed, a modern bathroom and its own stretch of windows to take in the beautiful views outside.
And if the artist really need to get their creative juices flowing, they can just hop on the metal slide that leads from the loft area to the main room. How fun!