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21 stunning modern Indian house exterior design ideas

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When it comes to designing the house of our dreams, we usually tend to think about the interior design and decoration and overlook the fact that at the end of the day it is the exterior of the home we will drive up to. Remember that it is the façade which the friends, neighbours and even the strangers see when visiting you or just passing through it. A spectacular exterior will certainly stand apart and reflects the overall style of the home. It is also an introduction of your aesthetic style to the world. Have a look at these 21 stunning designs of home exterior for ideas and inspiration.

1. Colonial style façade

An elegant exterior with arches, high ceiling, strong pillars, slanting roof with roof tiles and curvy stairs leading to the home and the house washed in yellow light; the façade design of this bungalow highlight the Colonial style.

2. Open brick façade

The exterior of this home has taken inspiration from the design of Louis Kahn. The open red brick style appeals for its relaxed and elegant charm and will never go out of style. Carved railing made of wrought iron covers the terrace, balcony and even the security of the gate thus giving it a uniform look.

3. Mushroom tone façade

Strong and sturdy cement plaster in mushroom tone is matched with the delicate plain glass windows and doors, manicured lush green lawn, stone walkway and white garden furniture to give the exterior a contemporary look.

4. Hanging home façade

An innovative design, this house stands apart for the elegance and smartness. Standing tall from the ground, it merges with the nature surrounding it. Made from glass, wood and stone, it is a tribute to the nature.

5. Innovative façade

State-of-the-art design of this modern home grabs the attention for its circular exterior blending with strong and straight elevation in the middle compliments the bold and beautiful design of the house. 

6. Small town façade

With stone, concrete and plaster walls, wrought iron railing on the terrace, slanting roof covered with roof tiles, stone and grass walkway and industrial style lamps guarding the gates; this is a typical façade quite common in small towns.

7. Contrasting façade

To make the exterior of the home to stand out from the rest, dark red brick and slanting grill design of the window are used as a pop up idea to make this simple stone, cement and brick façade look attractive and engaging.

8. Vertically high façade

Making the most of the narrow area, the house rises vertically up from the ground, but maintains its unique identity all through its way up. The combination of stone, wood, glass and concrete merges to make it a beautiful facade.

9. Royal façade

The design of this façade gives the house a royal look which is further elevated by manicured lawn, emblem of the sun engraved on the stone platform and a statue of flying bird above.

10. Layered façade

Built in levels, this home with its modern architectural style, clean design and emphasis on stone and toughened glass is drawing attention to its height created in layers.

11. Archetypal façade

Once a typical village home style, the design has made a comeback, especially in farm houses where people go for relaxation and to revisit the memories. Large veranda, slanting tiles roofs and greenery all around; the façade has blended with its surroundings.

12. Minimalist façade

Clean cut of concrete is complimented by the sheen of large glass windows and nothing else. The philosophy of ‘Less is more’ is well adapted into the design of this house to give it a classy feel.

13. Disconnected façade

The exterior of this house is disconnected to get connected. The four protruding concrete arms of the house merge with the glass house at the centre, giving it a unique look and feel. It’s a symphony created through architectural design.

14. Haveli style façade

Jaali work on the balcony fencing, jharoka style windows, and stone covered exterior of the house, the façade of this house is elevating vertically up and replicates the style of havelis of the bygone era.

15. One statement piece in the façade

The different tone of grey is adding serenity in the tropical climate of the country. However, the statement is made by the tall structure created to stand apart amidst the normal design of the house and make a statement. Leaf motifs cut-out is further enhancing the beauty of the exterior. 

16. Industrial style façade

Open brick wall, mosaic of stones, dark grey slanting roof supported by concrete, colonial style two window rooms on the roof, the curves of ventilator and windows on upper floor and the parapets of stone and concrete; this industrial style exterior of the house is bold and renders a feeling of vigour. 

17. Green façade

Let the nature cover the façade and be a part of the city home! Small and large shrubs and trees provide shelter to the home built of slate stone and concrete with metal gate and terrace railing for protection.

18. Bold and beautiful façade

Sustainable homes are the demand of the time. The house made from brick, stone and wood is a bold step to conserve ecological balance in a natural way and undoubtedly the result is amazingly beautiful. With its twist and turns it’s the modern time forts.

19. Contrasting façade

The designer grills of metal on one part of the exterior and long and wide glass windows dominating the other part bring the two contrasting building materials together and bind them like a marriage made in heaven. The delicate appeal of glass is well complimented by the sturdiness of metal and light emancipating from both parts brings an enchanting feel into the façade.

20. Elegantly simple façade

Belonging to its natural surroundings, this house exterior immediately grabs attention for its simplicity and non-fussy design which connects it with nature. The elegance in its simplicity is serene.  

21. Modern and elegant facade

The fluidity of toughened glass protected and supported by the strength of concrete is giving this modern facade of house of glass a chic and contemporary look and feel. Dominated by glass it brings the nature and beauty of beautiful garden right inside the home.

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