We all know that first impressions count – and your home is no exception. When building, your choice of facade is important, as it gives your home its character and makes it stand out from the crowd. So your facade is one design feature that you definitely want to get right.
The good news is that there are plenty of options. Whether you prefer a modern look, a conservative style, or a more traditional feel, there’s something to suit all tastes.
Inspired by European designs, the Cubehaus facade is a standout. Not only does it look stunning, but the flat roofline also allows you to incorporate 9ft ceilings into your design, which is not usually possible with modular homes.
Used mostly for single module homes, the Skillion facade provides a modern look. With its raked ceiling and high narrow windows in the living area, this design adds a degree of space to your home.
The addition of a verandah is an optional feature which looks fantastic and provides you with the perfect place to spend a sunny weekend.
This best-selling facade makes a striking addition to your modular home. The high windows in the living and kitchen areas create a sense of space and airy atmosphere in each room. This design also features a high roof, so you can add light and space to your interior and bring a sense of opulence to your home.
A classic choice is the ever-popular Gable facade. It incorporates a traditional gable roofline, plus, you have the option of adding a double verandah. The portico and double verandah posts are an important feature, as they give your home that unique Australian touch.
If you want to add character to your larger home, the dutch gable is the perfect choice. It breaks up the roofline, so it avoids being monotonous. This design is often paired with traditional gables, and the combination results in a uniquely charming family home.
If you have a few creative ideas of your own, some modular home builders will work with you to bring your own facade to life. The team at Anchor Homes not only offer all the above design options, they are also happy to meet with you to look at your design and discuss your options.
Take some time to think seriously about your facade – because it plays a huge part in setting the tone and character of your modular home. It’s the first thing that you, and any guests you have over will see – so make sure you select one that makes the right impression.