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All-White Barn Makes For One Very Mysterious Guest House

Tucked away in Springfield, Vt., this stark guest house makes for a dramatic scene against its snowy backdrop—appearing just as unexpected (and slightly spooky) as all the other color-eschewing architecture of the world. Formerly used as a maintenance barn and caretaker's quarters, the 11,000-square-foot structure underwent a major renovation last year and emerged as the Guesthouse, a large, aptly-named spread consisting of two bedroom suits, a wing of children's rooms, and massive living room area for visitors. Painted cedar siding and a white metal roof give the exterior its matte, colorless look, while a series of tall windows provide some natural sunlight. Unfortunately, photos of the cozy, minimalist interiors are scant—but do check out the few below:

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