The Barn at Tall Oaks is Cleveland’s newest barn venue and oh my word, it is absolutely stunning! I had the pleasure of getting to visit just a few weeks ago while they finished up the details and it already looked amazing! The owners really thought of everything when it came to this venue. I mean seriously, there are so many thoughtful details sprinkled throughout the entire venue! These photos were taken while construction was wrapping up, but I can already tell what an incredible venue space this will be!
One of my favorite features of The Barn at Tall Oaks are these fountains! The barrels will spout water into a pool and I love the elegant, rustic vibe it adds to the outdoor space. I can just imagine sitting out there when the weather is nicer and hearing the fountains. Such a unique touch!
One of my absolute favorite features is the fireplace on each floor! I love that the venue includes fireplaces on both floor. And I think your guests will love it too! I can just imagine cozy fall weddings, winter weddings, early spring cooler summer nights indoors, cozying up near these gorgeous fireplaces *insert heart eyes*.
And of course, it’s called The Barn at Tall Oaks for a reason – it’s a tall barn for sure! I LOVE the incredibly high ceiling and the fact that the upstair overlooks everything going on on the main floor. It allows you to host up to 150 people with lots of room!
But as much as I love the outdoor barrel fountains, the outdoor patio, the tall ceilings, and the double fireplaces (okay so basically everything), my FAVORITE feature of the venue is this: the GRAND staircase! They were staining the stairs when I visited, so I didn’t grab every angle, but just trust me – you HAVE to see it in person. It’s feels like rustic meets elegant and regal. Perfect for making a grand entrance!
I cannot wait to get to shoot again at this gorgeous venue. The large windows bring in so much natural light, I’ve honestly only scratched the surface of all the unique, rustic touches, and I can’t wait to see completed! Trust me, you’ll want to see it yourself too!
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