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Transforming your home's look and feel: choosing the exterior of your new build

Posted on June 28, 2023 in Design

When building a new home, deciding on the exterior design is just as important as the interior. It's the first thing people see when approaching your property, and it sets the tone for the rest of the house. Choosing the right exterior design can transform your home's look and feel, creating a unique and personalised look that reflects your personality.

Luckily, there are many options available when it comes to designing the exterior of your new build. You can choose from different materials, colours, textures, and finishes to create a look that suits your taste and preferences. Whether you prefer a modern, sleek look or a more traditional, rustic style, there is an exterior design that will work for you.

Discover how customising the colour palette and exterior materials can transform the look and feel of our Huapai build below.

Modern Coastal-Inspired

The modern coastal-inspired new build home exterior offers a seamless integration with its surroundings. The dual pavilion Huapai build features a radiant facade that is sure to turn heads. The combination of James Hardie Linear Oblique Weatherboard and The Brickery La Paloma brick creates a unique and eye-catching aesthetic.

The James Hardie Linear Oblique Weatherboard adds a modern touch with its clean lines and sleek appearance, while The Brickery La Paloma brick adds warmth and texture to the exterior. The brick's natural colour palette creates a coastal-inspired feel, further emphasising the integration with the surroundings. The dual pavilion design also adds to the coastal-inspired aesthetic, with its relaxed and open feel.


Neutral Minimalist

The neutral minimalist exterior look is characterised by clean lines and simple shapes, creating a sense of minimalism and tranquility. The monochrome colour palette of neutral shades such as whites, grays, and blacks creates a sleek and timeless appearance.

The use of neutral brick and light cedar cladding adds texture and warmth to the exterior. While large windows and glass doors provide light and a connection to the outdoors, creating a bright and airy atmosphere.

Modern farmhouse

The modern red and black farmhouse features a striking new build facade that combines traditional charm with contemporary elements.

The fusion of exposed red brick and linear black cladding creates a dynamic facade with contrasting colours and materials. The use of red brick adds warmth and texture to the exterior, while the black cladding provides a sleek and modern touch.

The clean lines and dark hues of the cladding create a contemporary feel that is balanced by the traditional charm of the red brick. This fusion of old and new creates a unique and eye-catching aesthetic that is sure to stand out. The linear black cladding also emphasises the horizontal lines of the house, giving it a modern and streamlined appearance.

Customising your exterior design allows you to create a unique and personalised look that reflects your personality, while increasing curbside appeal. You can choose colours that match your style and textures that add depth and interest to your home's facade.

At Signature Homes our expert team works alongside you every step of the way, taking the time to choose the right exterior design, so that you can create a home that is truly yours.

With a range of different options available, you can choose everything from the colour of your front door to the type of cladding you want on your home. This level of customisation allows you to create a home that reflects your individual style and preferences. Whether you're looking for a modern and sleek design or something more traditional, Signature Homes can help you achieve the look you want.

Step inside our Huapai showhome below.

 Contact your local Signature Homes team to discuss your options and start your new home journey today.

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