GET THE LOOK – THE FARMHOUSE
This classic farmhouse takes advantage of a beautiful setting with a surprising indoor-outdoor living concept. Traditional meets contemporary with an open floor plan and a massive sliding glass door that opens into a beautiful outdoor space. Take a tour.
Not only is this oxford blue vertical siding the perfect choice for a classic farmhouse, it’s practical too. The 12”Board & Batten siding used here is insulated increasing the home's overall efficiency providing long-term energy savings and improved sound absorption. No rooster’s crowing will wake you up in this farmhouse!
Farmhouses were designed to be sturdy, to withstand storms and winds whipping across the prairie. This modern remake is no different. The builders selected materials of the utmost quality like the Landmark shingles used on the roof. Featuring dual-layer construction, the shingle gives the look of traditional wood shake roofing while offering extra protection from the elements.
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FENCE & TRIM:
A horse fence befitting a Kentucky stable adorns the front of this Home Free boulevard property. Matching seamlessly to the white trim and popping against the lush green of the yard, it is the perfect ending to the exterior of this pretty home.
Indoor-outdoor living is all the rage and with views like this, who wouldn’t want to take advantage? Extend the fresh air feeling throughout the entire house by installing a drywall product like AirRenew, a formaldehyde absorbing drywall, which removes formaldehyde from the air converting it into an inert compound.
Open and inviting spaces like this airy dining room are a must when entertaining is the goal but high use rooms are prone to wall damage. Keep your walls looking pristine even years after well-loved living by starting with a drywall product like Habito from CertainTeed that is specially designed to resist against impact.
Working from home is a plus – with a proper office space. Make sure there’s plenty of light and enough room to work comfortably. Pay attention to construction. Well insulated walls and attics regulate temperature, stop drafts and dampen external noises. If others will be home, insulate interior walls to curb room to room noise. Finish with a drywall product that improves indoor air quality. Don’t skimp you’ll be spending eight hours a day here!