7 Terrace Designs that will make You Fall in Love with Your House

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7 Terrace Designs that will make You Fall in Love with Your House

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 Houses by VIALIVIALI Arquitetura, Rustic
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There are many benefits associated with designing a luxurious terrace. It improves the look of the façade. You and other members of your family get an opportunity to sit down here and relax for a while. If you have converted your terrace into an outdoor entertainment zone, then you enjoy the opportunity to invite your close friends for occasional barbecue parties. Children love this space as it gives them a chance to play in the open air without leaving home. But is it possible to design such a multifaceted terrace in a small space? For the answer, check out these awesome designs of the small terraces.

1. A terrace with an old world charm

The design of this terrace is so simple yet inspiring. It is built on a wooden deck and forms a part of a stylish building with white façade. The space is decorated with comfortable armchairs and a simple coffee table. Like the house itself, the furniture too is steeped in a spotless white tone.

2. Entryway converted to terrace

The architect of this contemporary home has made a very smart choice. The entryway of the house has been converted into a comfortable terrace. A simple wooden bench is placed against the exposed brick wall. The other end of the space is decorated with green plants in wooden planters.

3. Patio with a beautiful view

Once again we see the use of a wooden deck in the patio. The interior designer has made the maximum use of the charming view of the surroundings. Except for a few potted plants, the patio does not boast of any ornamentation at all. Lean to roofing system with wooden beams partly protect this space from the natural elements.

4. Exposed concrete deck

Exposed concrete flooring and walls can be used in a variety of ways in a contemporary building. The platform terrace of this house is one prime example of that. It surrounds two sides of the house and gives the owners a space to occasionally sit down with friends and family members. The open plan living room is separated from the terrace with the help of sliding doors.

5. Small terrace with a glamorous touch

The terrace of this house in the image is built in an irregular space. Despite this obvious drawback, the architect has not failed to make an optimal use of the space. A wooden deck is built to elevate the terrace area slightly off the ground. Lightweight chairs, wooden benches and a rectangular table have been set in the middle to design a stylish outdoor dining parlour. Potted plants act as beautifying elements of the entire patio area.

6. Wooden house with spacious patio

The owners of this wooden house have built a separate deck area in front of the house. Except for the surrounding greenery, it hardly boasts of any decorative feature. Simple outdoor furniture is placed close to the house. The owners can sit down here in the afternoon and enjoy a pleasant time surveying the surrounding beauty.

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7. Secluded and calm

This secluded house is designed with a spacious corner terrace. It is erected on wooden stilts. The terrace overlooks the charming valley just beyond the precipice. Like some other buildings on this list, this terrace too does not have any ornamentation. Its simplicity and the natural wealth of the surrounding act as beautifying elements for this house.

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Which of these small terrace designs did you find most appealing?
 Prefabricated Home by FingerHaus GmbH - Bauunternehmen in Frankenberg (Eder), Modern

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