Small doesn’t have to mean boring, especially when it comes to stables and barns. I rounded up so of the most adorable barns, some of them having just two stalls! The photo above is a two stall barn located in Mexico, the warm weather allows this barn to have open stall fronts and it’s surrounded by a small paddock for its lucky miniature dwellers.

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The only drawback to this barn is it doesn’t appear to have attached storage. But it looks like a nearby garage probably contains grain and tack. More photos and barn details at B&D Builders.

This small wooden horse barn is fully enclosed and offers storage for hay above. The small attached paddock and overhang is also nice for rainy days. More photos and barn details on Houzz.

I’m not sure if any horses live here but this quaint and stylish barn belongs to the Brentwood, California home of Gwyneth Paltrow. Brentwood is about 10 minutes away, do you think Gwyneth will mind if I stop over? More barn and estate photos on My Luscious Life.

This rustic and small barn is made with recycled materials and is only 30 feet wide and 48 feet long. It looks like the horses have plenty of outdoor pasture and space. More photos and details on Houzz.

This horse barn resembles a garage with its doors and siding. The compact space is well designed, more photos and details on Houzz.

Here is a three stall barn with one tack room, the low dutch doors have been customized to suite the needs of the small equine residents. More photos and details on Prime Stables.

A clean and modern white barn with open stall fronts and some storage, barn by Morton Buildings.

This barn is located in a warm location so its open and inviting. More photos on Woodys Barns.

As you can see, small is anything but ordinary and definitely not boring! Do you have a small stable or barn? Feel free to submit photos of your barn to be featured in the Stable Style section.

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Ps. you have to check out the tack room tour of Rebecca Ray Design’s barn (view here)

 
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