Monday, May 21, 2012

Barn Charm #37

Brick, New Jersey

In it's first life, I think it was a barn, but I'm not sure.
 It's not a barn now, but isn't it adorable!!

Sharing today with Tricia's Barn Charm

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charming barns from around the world.


34 comments:

  1. it works!

    chuck must have taken you out, finally. :)

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  2. Very nice, whatever it's used for now. I love the siding!

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  3. I would live in it. I have always wanted to live in a barn. :)

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  4. Great barn. I hope you submit a barn picture to the Photo Center's contest!

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  5. Adorable...I'm thinking, add a skylight and - voila - back yard scrapbooking studio!!

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  6. Adorable it is!! You find the grandest things!!

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  7. The doors look like barn doors to me, so it fits Barn Charm! LoL! Love the dark wood!

    Thanks in advance for joining =)

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  8. What a great barn.....for what ever purpose it fills now!

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  9. I love barns. I do know a couple of people who transformed them into homes and they came out really nice.

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  10. Very nice I love all of those trees all around it. It would make a lovely house.

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  11. Barns do have a certain charm and do make for great photos. It's fun just to drive out in the country looking for one to photograph. Mickie :)

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  12. It is fantastic! I think I could live there. I am thinking of downsizing, after all. ;)

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  13. That is a cute little barn!

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  14. What a great little building tucked among the trees.

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  15. Debbie's (I think it's a) Barn Charm photo. Lol!

    Just kidding. Looks like a barn to me and it's very cute.

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  16. Love the shot, Love the texture of the siding, and NO horses!! hehe

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  17. I would use the same word to describe it - adorable. sandie

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  18. Love it! The siding and the door is perfect.

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  19. Quaint looking barn and like the siding too. ^_^

    Barn Charm

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  20. My answer to your question is a big YES! It is precious and in such nice order. I would love to see inside those doors. Guess we will have to imagine what is in there. genie

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  21. You can definitely tell which side the gets the most sun and weather. :)
    Whatever it's used for it was built to look like a barn. I think it is very charming!

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  22. Whatever it is used for, it is a charming structure!

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  23. Yes...i like this barn...oh..not a barn now...it does not matter...I like it: so peaceful...
    I'll go to see other barns...Tank you!
    Bshell

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  24. Debbie, this little barn-like building is so cute--and I'm really enjoying all the beautiful, vivid photos in your past blog posts too! :)

    --Susan

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  25. it's very cute and love the way you photographed it!

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  26. Yep it is! Very nice do-over!

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  27. very charming. i love those cedar shingles. :o)

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  28. Oh darlin', I have visions of it bein' the cutest little cottage ever!!!

    What a charmin' little buildin' and a fantastic picture of it!

    Girl, ya rock behind the lens!!!

    God bless ya and have an amazin' day sweetei!!!

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  29. Piękne zdjęcie, ciekawe miejsce. Pozdrawiam

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  30. This is a lovely little barn. I love the weathered shingles. Pamela

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  31. Wouldn't it make the best gardening shed? I hope you are having a grand week. Bonnie

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