Kannustalo, one of Finland's most renowned construction companies. Founded in my home corners in the countryside. I'm glad for their success and skills to make good proper houses with quality, the Finnish craftmanship is of its own kind.
Bethany based her clapboard farmhouse on the style's basics—two stories with a gable roof and lots of porches—but she gave it her own signature. "Instead of duplicating the compartmentalized way rooms are laid out in old farmhouses, I employed post-and-beam barn construction to open up the inside and get a more modern floor plan"
I like everything about this look: black-clad windows, stone and corrugated aluminum siding (this one is actually board batten), this kind of metal roof. This style would look good with the simple quaking aspen and pea gravel landscape, too! I don't know how shutters would look. Window boxes would work, I'm sure.