A barn, a home
A barn, a home
The tack and feed room in Sue and Ron Legrand's barn in Mattoon.
Stairs to the hayloft of Sue and Ron Legrand's barn.
Ice tongs in front of a picture of barn swallows taken in the Legrands' barn.
Barn swallows hang out on a rope in the doorway of the Legrands' barn.
An antique Newgent's advertising thermometer in the barn.
A room in the Legrands' barn.
Ron Legrand spent an entire summer removing turquoise paint from the room's walls to match its antique feel. The room contains an old furnace, a hand-cranked telephone and antique farm tools.
The Legrands' home in Mattoon.
Ron and Sue Legrand on their back porch in front of one of two large white pillars. The back doors are French doors built in 1933 and still have the original hardware.
The Legrands' recently remodeled bathroom, which features a large glass chandelier in the center.
The Legrands' living room features their Ansonia china clock collection, which Sue has been building for years. While there are 16 clocks on these shelves, Sue said she has more than 30 clocks throughout her home.
The living room in the Legrand home.
Sue said she loves her dining room more than any room inside the house. "It's all about fun and family, and that's what I relate to best," she said.
The original brick floor in the Legrands' barn.
The fireplace in Sue and Ron Legrand's Mattoon home.
Sue and Ron Legrand's kitchen.
A table in the front entry of the Legrand home.
A room in the barn.
An old water jug and tools in the Legrand barn.
A barn swallow nest in the Legrand barn.
Original hardware in the Legrand barn.
A "cow" peeks out of a stall in the Legrand barn.
An old No Smoking sign in the Legrand barn.