You can almost hear your body relaxing with a Hamptons facade design.
Whether you are building in a coastal area and want your dream home to match your surroundings or you want to bring a decorative edge to your neighbourhood, you can’t go past the Hamptons.
The Hamptons style originated 200 years ago and originally started as small beach shacks.
As time progressed, the style has evolved, but the interior design still includes open spaces and neutral colours.
Other features could include cultured stone, wood finishes and gardens that complement the property.
Hampton facades often include weatherboards in light colours, from a more natural material to paint colours including pale blue.
Classic warm and welcoming verandas and strong borders with crisp white paint are often features of this traditional style.
You can even choose an exterior design that includes port-style windows or mouldings to elevate the look of your facade.
Over time the Hamptons style has become synonymous with celebrity mansions.
Drawn to these modern house styles, when built in an estate it creates a moment of awe as you gaze at the property.
But you don’t need to own in an estate to take part in this facade design.
Regardless of if you’re building on a 10-metre or 20-metre wide block, a Hamptons facade creates modern tranquillity for all.
You can see the full range of home designs that include Hampton facade designs here, but two of our favourites are Amity or St Helena.