The Cottage Journal

Forever Farmhouse

hen North Carolina homeowners Maria and Jeff Ingle started dreaming up their third build together, they knew right away they were planning for their forever home. With that in mind, the couple made detailed plans to build a house that they’d not only love to live in, but also one in which they could comfortably gather and spend time with loved ones. The Ingles prepared a list of must-haves, including a living space with an open floor plan, lots of pocket doors, hardwood flooring throughout, and white walls with

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