by American Stalls June 10, 2023
Summer is almost a week away and it seems as though barn construction season is finally in full swing. The warmer weather always allows construction on new barns and renovations to move along. This June, our team is busy working on projects across the world (literally!). Stay tuned for some fascinating barn tours in the coming months!
Last week, we shared this wonderful barn tour on our newsletter for White Oak Farm in Pawling, New York. White Oak Farm is a pristine equestrian facility which includes six horse stalls, an outdoor arena, a stunning barn, paddocks, and much more! Let's dive into some beautiful photos from our recently completed project.
As you enter this New York property, your eyes first meet a bright, yet tasteful red Entrance Gate. The red powder coat nicely contrasts with the lush green landscape behind – anchored by beautiful trees, rolling hills, and the equestrian property. Once you are inside the property, tasteful fencing dominates the perimeter leading out to the outdoor arena and main barn.
As you get deeper into the property, your eyes are instantly drawn to barn's backside whcih features four American Stalls. Custom built, over-sized Sliding Horse Stall Fronts that are tastefully installed inside a beautiful barn.
These custom Sliding Stall Fronts feature a stunning design. V-Shaped Yoke that allows our clients' horses to hang their head outside their stalls. Mesh door bottoms to facilitate visibility and ventilation. Center and Bottom HVH slots to provide a dressier look and feel. Grilled Feed Doors to allow for convenient feeding. Lastly, a Bride Hook and Blanket Bar for tack organization.
Each Sliding Stall Front also features our industry-leading Pin Lock Latch. Each latch is built in-house using 304 stainless steel; ensuring the most durable and elegant horse stall latch. [Watch YouTube Video to see this Pin Lock Latch in action].
Each detail matters at American Stalls – everything from your powder coat finishes, to our Stainless Steel polished hardware, to our choice in hardwood. For example, these Stall Fronts and Partitions are filled with our Tigerwood which is an exotic hardwood that is naturally rot-resistant and insect resistant.
Last but not least, our client chose Partial Privacy Stall Partitions. These Partitions are great as they provide much needed privacy during feed. [Learn more about our Stall Partitions in this educational blog post].
We thank this client for their business and the opportunity to beautifully capture their farm. We are extremely grateful to be able to share such wonderful projects with our American Stalls community. If you can dream it, we can build it! Contact us today for your upcoming project at (855) 957-8255 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to bringing your barn vision to life!
Photography done by Cassidy Brooke Photography.