Sunday, January 30, 2011

boone, nc farmhouse

boone, nc architect chad everhart rebuilt this 1930's mountain farmhouse using both local goods and salvaged materials from the original house. he used salvaged pine to make a stunningly red front door, and local white pine was used in place of drywall. his efforts paid off; the house and land cost a total of $159,000! the house is warmed by an environmentally-friendly wood-burning stove, and ceiling fans keep the house cool in the summertime. read more at dwell.

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