2019 is here, and many people are looking for modern home exterior designs to draw inspiration from. The modern home exterior design is the most popular among the new homeowners and those who intend to own homes. The modern home exterior design is simple but elegant.
When it comes to choosing an exterior for your home, you need to ask yourself questions like where will the main view look out to? What will your patio smell of? Or what will you drive up to at the end of each day? A modern home can have combinations of plaster, timber, glass, bamboo, and concrete in large vertical panels, or even slither into long horizontal levels.
The following are some of the modern residential exterior designs for 2019
An outdoor living exterior home design takes its place along a row of Spanish-revival stucco homes in the Palo Alto in California suburbs. The house is basically a triangular wedge with the owner’s primary home on the taller side. The new and smaller second home is on the shorter side.
These two houses are significant because they fulfill the owner’s desire to reduce the size of the smaller house but still accommodate the extended family in their original house.
This two-story floating home is spectacular, and it showcases a classic modern design that promotes a strong connection with its natural environment. The external façade is combined with glass, white fiber, Ebony wood, and cement.
To create a floating home, the key thing is to work with top-quality materials throughout the process so that it can come out beautiful and laid out. Ebony works well in this case because it is strong and durable.
Beach houses inspired by sand dunes
Despite the challenges of building a home in sandy locations, beach homes are still the best in regards to what their locations have to offer. The plate glass walls can perfectly showcase the view of the ocean and beyond. The exterior of beach houses calls to mind the driftwood that usually washes up on the beach. These houses are designed to imitate the shape of the natural sand dunes that they are built among.
Beach houses are built to have a minimum effect on the environment, they make great use of natural and sustainable Ebony wood for their roofs, decks, and roofs hence enhancing their appearance.
Modern Extension to Rustic Origin
This design is inspired by the traditional gable-roofed farmhouses of the 19th Century. It is modernized in a minimalist manner so that it can welcome the farmhouse’s beautiful setting. It uses glass and aluminum throughout. The roof and the façade of the extension are clad with environmentally-friendly ebony wood to maintain the traditional style of the farmhouse.
Valley Villa Style
Valley Villa home is designed to harmonize with its natural surroundings of hillsides and pine trees by incorporating an asymmetrical pitched roof and natural timber cladding of sustainable ebony wood.