Barndominium plans or barn-style house plans feel both timeless and modern. While the term barndominium used to refer to a metal building, this collection showcases mostly traditional house plans with the barn look. Some might call these pole barn house plans, although they do have foundations (unlike a traditional pole barn). Barn style house plans feature simple, rustic exteriors, perhaps with a gambrel roof or (of course) barn doors. Modern farmhouse style house plans with open floor plans have become very popular, and you'll find many of them in this category. So do these barn house plans actually have stalls for horses, hay, and tractors? Actually, some of them do! Most of them simply draw inspiration from barn style house plans with rustic elements (no hay needed). Open-concept layouts inside give a contemporary vibe, especially when combined with luxurious amenities such as spa-like master bathrooms and large kitchen islands. So if you want the look of country house plans with modern elements, check out these home plans. Questions? Call 1-800-913-2350.