Houses With Natural Stone Facades. That Rustic, Charming Look
Those who like stone will want to cover as much of their home as they can with this naturally beautiful material. But to stay on the practical side and still enjoy the look of natural stone, you can just add some insertions, typically on the facade. Here are three houses with natural stone facades, simply irresistible, no matter the choice of style.
The first one is a modern-style model, to which the natural stone insertions add an elegant touch. It has a carport attached and a lovely rear porch. This is a 1,571 sq. ft. 3-bedroom home.
After the entrance there’s a hallway with a small bathroom on the side and the large kitchen at the end. Next to the kitchen is the dining room, continued with the living room. On the other side of the hallway, by the carport, there’s plenty of storage room, and behind the carport is a basement.
In the attic, there are the three bedrooms, the one in front having a balcony and a dressing, and one bathroom.
Houses with natural stone facades. Rustic home
Boasting a gorgeous traditional design, this house has some remarkable elements, such as the massive attic, the tall chimney, the wood used for the pillars and other carpentry elements and the warm, natural colors. There’s a covered rear porch with fireplace for barbecues nearby, built together with the fireplace in the living room. This house has a 1,915 sq. ft. area.
The small lobby leads to the spacious living room, with dining room by its side, next to the kitchen, which is also pretty large and includes another dining table in the corner. There are also a small bathroom, a study and a utility room with exit outside on the ground floor.
In the attic there are three bedrooms, including a master suite with dressing and bathroom, and another bathroom, as well as some storage room.
Houses with natural stone facades. A classic home
This large, 2,152 sq. ft. home has a nice, balanced architecture, with the rounded wall in front, round balcony and porch in the back, tall, slim windows, beautiful carpentry and combination of warm colors.
The kitchen is behind the rounded wall of the facade, while the living room is way back, at the end of a long hallway, along which are the utility room, with exit to the garage, a study and a small bathroom.
In the attic there are three bedrooms, sharing a dressing and a bathroom.
Credits: casaperfecta.md, arhitectbucuresti.ro