This beautiful cabin is located in Sandefjord, Norway and it’s a typical barn conversion. The conversion was a project by C.F. Møller Architects and it was completed in 2011. The cabin originally dates back to 1940 so it’s a piece of history in the forest. Moreover, the reconstruction of the barn allowed for the creation of a new, modern living space.

The architects had to convert the top two floors of a solid wooden structure into three separate rooms. The wish of the owners was to have this home as faithful to the original as possible. They wanted to preserve the natural beauty of the barn and to take advantage of the top two floors for even more functionality. The 3-story home features a garage that can be accessed via a staircase on the upper level. The ground level includes the main living areas and four bedrooms.

The entrance features a large door made of glass that lets you in. The small bathroom is separated from the bedroom by a frosted glass wall. The living room features a beautiful fireplace and sliding glass doors that lead to an outdoor terrace with a shady area. The roof of the barn offers amazing views of the surrounding landscape. There’s even a beautiful roof terrace off the living room and a large kitchen adjacent to the dining area.