Contemporary Charm Meets Rustic Flair in this 3-Bedroom House Design

With 1714 square feet (159 Square Meter) (190 Square Yards) of living space, this house is perfect for families who want a comfortable and inviting home.

From the outside, the house may look like a box model flat roof house, but the triangle model sloping roof and trapezoidal windows* on top give it a unique and modern flair. The windows are made with cooling glass that not only adds to the overall aesthetic of the house but also helps keep it cool during the hot summer months.

One of the standout features of this house is the use of different textures and colors on the exterior. The front of the house is painted in white, while the remaining part is designed with red brick without plastering. This adds a rustic charm to the home and makes it stand out from other houses in the neighborhood. Additionally, some portion of the house is given a gray color texture, which gives it a contemporary look. Design provided by Beacon Designers & Engineers, Thrissur, Kerala.

Square feet details
Ground floor : 1233 Sq. ft(113.66 Sq M)
First floor : 583 Sq. ft (54.18 Sq M)
Total : 1714 Sq ft (159.29 Sq M)
No of Floor : 2
No of Bed Room : 3
No of Bath Room : 3
Design Type : Mixed roof
3 Bedroom Mixed Roof House Design Facilities of this house
Ground floor
  • 2Bed room- 2 Attached
  • Sit Out
  • Dining Hall
  • Living Room
  • Kitchen
  • Work Area
One of the most notable features of this house is the use of glass. The first-floor terrace is graced with a transparent glass handrail that adds to the overall design of the house while also providing a safety feature. Additionally, the crate texture of the timber near the balcony gives the house a rustic look while also adding a unique touch to the design.

First floor
  • 2 Bed room - 2 Attached
  • Upper living
  • Balcony
*What is Trapezoidal windows?
Trapezoidal windows are a unique type of window design that features four sides, with one pair of opposite sides being parallel to each other while the other pair of sides taper or slope inward. The name "trapezoidal" comes from the fact that the shape resembles a trapezoid, a four-sided geometric shape with only one pair of parallel sides. These windows are often used in modern architecture to add a unique and contemporary touch to the building's design. One of the most significant advantages of trapezoidal windows is that they allow for more natural light to enter the room than traditional square or rectangular windows, as they have more surface area. Additionally, the angled sides of trapezoidal windows can provide interesting views of the surrounding landscape, making them a popular choice in homes with beautiful outdoor spaces.

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For more info about this house, contact

Contact Person : Hafis Hameed
Beacon Designers & Engineers (Home Design in Thrissur)
Eriyad, Kodungallur, Thrissur
mob- +91 9544026122, 9895421489
Email:[email protected]
Contemporary Charm Meets Rustic Flair in this 3-Bedroom House Design Contemporary Charm Meets Rustic Flair in this 3-Bedroom House Design Reviewed by Kerala Home Design on Thursday, February 23, 2023 Rating: 5

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