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The facade is a very important element in the construction of your house because an elaborate design shows that the interior of the house also follows the same language. And you can decorate it in several ways to make it look modern in a simple way. The small house has a cost advantage. It is also possible to work more on the details to become inviting and functional.
The main point to think about is the residence’s main entrance. Try to make it imposing so that it calls the visitor to enter. The main point to think about is the main entrance of the residence. If you want to block the view with the construction of a wall, prefer a glass wall, so you keep the facade visible. You can also use a cost-effective hollow metal gate.
Another way is to contrast the wooden doors and windows with a vibrant paint job. The use of colour is a great way to highlight some points of the facade, and a tip is to invest in tone on tone. White is classic, so the combination is perfect with any other colour. For those who want to dare, stone, brick, and wood cladding are the most used. They can be inserted in one part of the facade, as in the main volumes, or in a smaller part to stand out over the total set.
The roof is an item that important and cannot be forgotten. The roof can be simple, but the colour of the tile makes all the difference. If you want a modern style, try mixing a mixed roof with an exposed roof and the verge of making the combination harmonious.
To help you choose the ideal model for your home, see below 109 images of small and simple facades:
Image 1 – Small house frontage with an exposed brick wall.
Brick is a classic material that can combine on the facade, and its application cost is not very high.
Image 2 – Simple house facade with hidden roof
Image 3 – Small house facade with exposed roof
Image 4 – Simple house facade with detail in “palito” stone
This façade has a good amount of glass windows. The cobblestones were applied in a band, bringing a differential in contrast to the paint. There is also the L-shaped column with wood colour, which is interesting.
Image 5 – Façade located on a street corner.
This project values the external area of the facade without compromising the side of the corner, where there is a wall closing the view from the outside. There are no garage gates or railings. The entrance has a peculiar hall with glass.
Image 6 – Facade of a simple two-story house
Image 7 – Small house facade with brick detail and white paint
Image 8 – Simple house facade with balcony.
Image 9 – Façade of a simple single-storey house
This is a project for those with more limited land and prefer a single-storey house rather than a townhouse. Although simple, the roof has cut-out details.
Image 10 – Façade painted brown and white
A simple house with three levels on the roof and small size. Ideal for smaller plots. The facade combines the colours well and keeps the house looking modern.
Image 11 – Small house frontage with open garage
The open garage allows a full view of the residence and increases the spaciousness of the plot. Ideal for those living in safe neighbourhoods and private condominiums.
Image 12 – Small house frontage with rectangular windows
In this proposal, the house’s facade has a modern look despite being simple and ground floor. The rectangular windows give a different effect from the traditional one. The bricks have a lighter colour, and the front garden brings life to the project.
Image 13 – Simple house frontage with pergola at the entrance.
In this project, the garage is partially covered and the pergola creates an interesting effect on the side, especially if used with plants.
Image 14 – Simple house frontage with stone columns
Stone columns are present both on the front of the façade and on the side of the project. In addition, the façade has some wooden details in the corner and next to the garage.
Image 15 – Façade clad in wood fillet and window with white frame
A facade with modern architecture, straight lines, inlaid roof and materials that enhance the residence as a whole.
Image 16 – Facade of small house with exposed roof and wooden column to highlight the entrance.
The column with wooden cladding separates the garage from the entrance door. There is also an L-shaped glass window on the left side of the project.
Image 17 – Small house frontage with details in green paint
In a project with an exposed roof, wood was used extensively in the facade design, both in the entrance door, the garage, the eaves of the roof and the living room wall that appears on the side.
Image 18 – Small house frontage with garage gate
A simple and modern two-storey house in white. The fillets of wood enhance the wall’s facade with the door and the detail on the upper floor. The garage gate and veranda railings follow the same style.
Image 19 – Amazing contrast of grey and white
This project features a recessed roof and a modern facade for a small house. The plants bring more life to the facade and blend well with the neutrality of white and grey.
Image 20 – House frontage with cream paint and red and green details.
This project has a large garage, a column fixed outside the residence in red which helps to support the roof structure. Parts of the facade were painted in a geometric moss green colour.
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