doors from a nearby cabin add a rustic touch above a pair of refinished iron beds dressed with cheery, colorful quilts.
The remodel gave the couple a chance to add a second bathroom, which features an antique first aid cabinet.
The couples’s dog, Chuck, has befriended a leather horse that stands outside the guest bedrooms.
Like most old homes, the farmhouse lacked storage space, so Dean and Lynn designed and constructed a bank of open shelves for clothing and linens.
the master bedroom’s half-moon bedside tables crafted by Dean and an eclectic selection of paintings and drawings give the space an artistic touch.
The bright red of a vintage fan and blue of a metal chair infuse a guest room with color.
Drawer pulls, forged by Dean, complement the copper countertop.
The couple designed and crafted the large kitchen island and six-foot-long light fixture.
Working as a team, Lynn Gardner and Dean Curfman remodeled their Morganton farmhouse in just four months.
The mudroom, flanked by a rocking chair by folk artist Sam McMillan, was once the summer kitchen.