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A Prefabricated Family Dwelling in the Midst of Nature

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Prefabricated structures are gaining in popularity by the day. They are easy to install, affordable and comfortable. Prefabricated buildings tend to provide better energy efficiency. They can be built faster than a traditional single family house built from scratch. You simply need an ideal spot to set up your prefab home. If you are not sure about the quality and style of a prefab house, then have a look at it.

Façade of the house

From this point you can enjoy the façade of the single storey building. The visualisation of the actual structure shows the house set in the middle of a green lawn. The architect has used a combination of white and wood tone to decorate the façade. Sliding French doors keep the heat inside even during the cool winter season. The carport is built on the premises.

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Wooden deck and patio

The angular structure of the house is supported with spacious wooden decks and patios. The owners can decorate a small outdoor living area in this space and enjoy mingling with friends and family members. The panoramic view of the surroundings is a treat itself and does its bit to embellish the look of the house.

Living room

Though small in size the living room is decorated in a graceful style. A cosy white sofa is set against the feature wall. It is accompanied by a small coffee table. The opposite side of the sofa is dedicated to a tv cabinet. A chic floor lamp brightens up this space with its sheer presence. The feature wall is decked up with a large framed painting.

Bedroom

The main bedroom is steeped in neutral tones. It is soaked in dark and light grey, white, beige and a couple of other earthly shades of brown. The colour scheme adds a breezy Scandinavian flair to the room. An upholstered bed is positioned in the middle of the room. The colour of the bed furnishings matches the overall colour scheme. Stylish lighting fixtures give the room a decorative feel and also keep it bright in the evenings.

Secondary bedroom

The colour scheme of the secondary bedroom is similar to the first one. Pale grey and white tones dominate the interiors. A colourful area rug adds a dash of spice. The feature wall is covered with framed images. Wall mounted lighting fixtures with adjustable arms can be used as reading lamps. Solid grey curtains cover the sliding doors and protect the privacy of the interiors.

Secondary bedroom from a different perspective

In this picture you can see a view of the trendy tv cabinet. The combination of white and wood texture is in tune with the central theme of décor. It is designed with shelving systems that are capable of resolving the clutters of a modern bedroom. The tv cabinet can also double up as a display cabinet where the owners may showcase their collections.

Rear façade of the building

The rear façade of the building resembles the front façade in style and colours. The wood texture adds a very pleasing and welcoming feel to the house. Being set in the middle of the ground, the garden is accessible from all sides of the building. The owners may decorate the backyard in style and enjoy spending some relaxing time in this part of their home.

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Which feature of this house did you find most attractive? 
 Prefabricated Home by FingerHaus GmbH

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