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Photo: Corynne Pless © 2013 Houzz

Inspiration for a cottage white two-story wood exterior home remodel in New York —  Houzz
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Heidi Kruger wrote:Oct 23, 2013
  • jfrank12
    This is a great house and I am considering something similar. Can you tell me what you used for the exterior siding and how it was treated? Also, what did you use for the interior cladding? It looks like there is some original cladding but it seems like you have added new. Beautiful work.
  • Kelley Ash
    Thanks, jfrank12, the exterior is hardee board and reclaimed metal some interior was reclaimed and other is new, the kitchen and a few other walls were reclaimed everything else was new and painted. Thanks for your interest.
BHSDesign wrote:Oct 23, 2013
  • Kelley Ash
    Thanks! It s 5v metal, non painted, the standing seam is what we have used in the past but it is a bit more pricey, it's a great roof as well.
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        Mitchell Parker added this to 15 Modern-Rustic Farmhouses Celebrate Simple PleasuresJun 30, 2016

        15. A Cherished Home With Lots of CharacterHouzz at a GlanceWho lives here: Mark and Kelley Ash and their three childrenOn the farm: Three horses, one donkey, five chickens, two dogs, two cats and a pigLocation: Horton, AlabamaSize: 1,700 square feet (158 square meters); three bedrooms, one bathroom on a 9-acre propertyHomeowners Mark and Kelley Ash have been adding on to their shotgun-style farmhouse for a number of years. Their DIY approach has resulted in a cherished home set on 9 acres and accented with repurposed materials, such as corrugated metal salvaged from an old chicken coop. Exterior paint: Simply White, Benjamin Moore; roofing material: Metal 5B

        Bryan Anthony added this to States of Style: Alabama’s Icons Leave Their MarkApr 23, 2015

        Mark and Kelley Ash reimagined, designed and rebuilt their North Alabama farmhouse in the town of Horton. The couple (he’s an architect and she’s an artist) built the original shotgun-style farmhouse in 2011, then added another 700 square feet two years later.The couple eliminated labor costs by doing the work themselves, and reduced expenses by sourcing reclaimed materials, like wood from Kelley’s grandmother’s house and metal from a dilapidated chicken coop. Kelley describes the result as a mix of industrial, Scandinavian and retro-farmhouse style.

        Corynne Pless added this to My Houzz: Colorful and Clever DIY Touches Fill an Alabama FarmhouseOct 8, 2013

        Houzz at a GlanceWho lives here: Mark and Kelley Ash, and their 3 childrenOn the farm: 3 horses, 1 donkey, 5 chickens, 2 dogs, 2 cats and 1 pigLocation: Horton, AlabamaSize: 1,700 square feet; 3 bedrooms, 1 bath on a 9-acre propertyThe house is set on a lush 9-acre parcel the owners call Fox Heart Farm. Mark and Kelley built the two-story wing first, while living in a borrowed camper with their three kids. They recently completed a 700-square-foot addition, which begins to the right of the two-story structure. The cantilevered bay, far right, and shed, far left, are accented with corrugated metal salvaged from an old chicken coop.Exterior paint: Simply White, Benjamin Moore; roofing material: Metal 5B

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