This week’s home of interest is unique in that it wasn’t always a home. Linc Thelen Design transformed this 5,500 square-foot church into a magnificent home with seven bedrooms and six bathrooms. It rocks a hip and eclectic vibe, with eye catching light fixtures and wall coverings. They preserved some of the church’s most iconic details, such as the stained glass windows, the belltower, and exposed brick walls. This design was found on OneKinDesign.com.
The minimalist details of the design are bold and striking, but muted enough as to not detract from the stained glass focal point.
The slate fireplace is double-sided, and scales the entire height of the home on the front side.
This WALLPAPER, though.
Can we discuss how the kids’ bedroom has a climbing wall?!
And they have delightful taste in art! Church conversions can be some of the coolest designs, and it’s so interesting to see what all can be done with a space that was originally built as a church. Please send me more church conversions you know of or stumble upon!