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The rear façade features a staircase of Tennessee fieldstone that leads to a covered porch with an outdoor fireplace in a western North Carolina house.

35 | Visualizer: Vogue ArchitectsDesign your home or office block with flow in mind. Two thick-set horizontal levels are met by a concrete panelled entrance, maximising movement across each level. Large glass panels let the outside in.

16 | Visualizer: Maciej DudaSurprise guests with an unconventional garden. Planting hordes of pussywillow afront decorated grey brick, a wooden corridor lit by hanging pendants draws the eye in.

The stately 1860 London townhouse is a commanding presence in fashionable South Kensington.

43 | Visualizer: Kozman Architects How do you maximise sunlight in your home? This brick and concrete structure uses wooden slats as Venetian blinds, opening up the space and catching rays while the sun goes down.

5 | Visualizer: Phil RyanSexy and sophisticated, this array of disjointed levels knows how to glow when the sun begins to set. A tall column of beige brick meets slatted wood panels in a plaster frame, letting light into common areas and giving privacy in areas where we like to hide.

1 | Visualizer: 3DVueCombine varnished timber, plaster and mushroom tones into one snazzy exterior design. This street side home finishes off its frontage with a row of manicured garden hedges.

13 | Visualizer: Phan AnhLet the city in, or keep the city out. This innovative apartment open shutters at the main gate and central window façade, making them solid again to protect from noise and fumes.

50 | Visualizer: Thomas DuboisThis interesting façade is what sci-fi movies are made of. A clear dome atop two levels of slatted wood make this circular home reminiscent of UFOs.

The exterior of a Swedish summer house is painted in traditional Falun red.

The entrance to this South Carolina “kitchen house” — now a guesthouse — opens onto a bluestone courtyard. An ivy-covered gate seals off the secluded space.

32 | Visualizer: Ibrahem Magdy Have one feature you’d like to stand out? This large home favours the entrance and dining room, in L-shapes of heavy grey stone.

A restrained Shingle Style exterior belies the exuberance within John Knott and John Fondas’s Maine summer house.

28 | Visualizer: Zrobym ArchitectsMatch the shape of your garden to the shape of your exterior. Be there or be square, in this steel and wooden structure framed by box hedges and even a street number in a cube.

38 | Visualizer: Ioan Ralea-Toma & Vlad Andrei PopaAnother innovative apartment block, this concrete, plaster and wooden find uses its outside lights to full effect. As a plethora of moving slabs pave your way in, light deflects off a large vertical façade, entrance, and lush ferns in the garden.

Rebecca Vizard kept the charm of her estate intact but infused the funky flair of New Orleans. The exterior hints at the serene vibe of this lakeside home.

46 | Visualizer: Burak LafcıA mountainous location deserves a home with a view. White wooden rafters reach up to the sky afront a pool, wooden lounger deck and tinted rectangular windows.

Located in Twin Cities, this 1920’s colonial is packed with artwork and creative flair, perfectly crafted by designer Janet Gridley.

34 | Visualizer: Ibrahem MagdyCentralise light in the middle of your home. This exterior cradles large sheets of glass in columns of brick, while offering two balconies for sunset views.

Jill Sharp Weeks’ 1740s home sits the heart of the Charleston’s historic downtown.

21 | Architect: Abramson Teiger ArchitectsSucculents and shrubs offer an easy-to-maintain garden alternative. This brick and wooden home can enjoy their greenery on the ground floor, or look over them on a black iron balcony.

20 | Photographer: Tinnaphop ChawatinMake the most of a view by building exterior protrusions. These five balconies offer a well-lit, design-cushioned view. Blue forget-me-nots offer a simple surprise on the way in.

11 | Visualizer: Maciej Duda Outdoor lookouts don’t have to be high. This white plaster dream seats a small party in a wooden enclave, providing the perfect view to watch trimmed hedges, birds and bees pass by.

Justina Blakeney’s 1926 Spanish-style home in Los Angeles is modestly sized but packs a major punch. Burnt orange trim makes a statement from the street.

26 | Visualizer: Marcin Mierzyński Make your house the brightest on the street – and not just for Christmas. LED line lighting tracks the ceilings, walls and pot plants of this seriously innovative two-storey.

17 | Visualizer: Ink PixelZip away in your jet boat from the moment you wake. This contemporary abode uses concrete, slatted wood and glass to create a cascade of layers that stretch over a lake.

23 | Visualizer: Mo Design StudioRooftop gardens bring nature to man-made constructions. This residence makes its stone layers shine with an array of palm trees, hanging flowers and vines dangling atop.

Dating back to 1915, this Atlanta cottage has a storybook feel. Designer Shon Parker gave this charming home an overdue facelift with painted ceilings, patterned furniture, and stainless steel appliances.

Previously destroyed by Hurricane Sandy, this New Jersey home got a helping hand from Joe Lucas. The shingled house, complete with a screened porch, looks out on the bay — and the client’s 28-foot yacht.

18 | Visualizer: Yuriy BochkaryovKey elements of your exterior need not be standard. This house turns a traditional cathedral roof on its head, by slanting it diagonally across a concrete and wooden base.

The gray-shingled story-and-a-half house is typical of Nantucket.

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They say it’s the inside that counts, but these homes are pretty stylish on the outside too. Whether grand or quaint, these homes are inspiration to step up your curb appeal.

40 | Visualizer: Luisö RamosLandscaping can play a large part in your exterior design. While concrete and plaster squares wind around living areas, three stone sculptures punctuate what could be an overwhelming design.

2 | Visualizer: Archi CGIIntegrate greenery into your home. This white brick creation lets in the light through a series of brick inlets, while a creeping fern drapes over the living area and garage.

9 | Visualizer: Yuliya RastorguyevaUsing a different material in one area can highlight a space. Enfolded in steel, concrete and glass, this stunning horizontal wooden panel marks a clear path to the front door.

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6 | Visualizer: Artem TrigubchakSculpt your exterior garden with a few placed rocks. This modern building, resplendent with a tall concrete column, slatted wall of blinds and vertical glass panes matches its grey to a rock entrance and stairway.

Historic homes of a similar age surround an 1892 townhouse in a Richmond,Virginia, but don’t let its understated facade fool you. Designer Suellen Gregory coated the interior in bold shades of pink.

33 | Visualizer: Ibrahem MagdyDare to be different in the way you let in light. This modern Islamic-style exterior makes darker rooms lighter, while shedding traditional mosaic light patterns on the carpet inside.

22 | Visualizer: Ark VizNature and technology merge in this beautiful autumn setting. Forming a series of blocks joined by a concrete-clad passage, a large glass lounge opens up the indoor-outdoor flow.

29 | Visualizer: Osama Abdallah Two looks can mesh together with the help of materials. Miami-esque plaster and glass joins with rustic stone and industrial concrete to produce the most unusual house on the street.

14 | Visualizer: NmachineTropical exteriors can work in urban districts. This two-level home uses a bevy of bamboo shutters, wooden pool decking, wild tussocks and palm trees to achieve the look.

Designer Michelle Prentice’s new house in Beaufort, South Carolina, seamlessly blends into its neighborhood of historic homes.

8 | Visualizer: Marcin MierzyńskiMix corrugated steel, plaster and concrete for the perfect blend of modern and homely. This two-storey residence on a flat plot of land lets in the sun with skylights up to the stars.

44 | Architect: Jobim Carlevaro ArquitetosVisualizer: TorquatoregisDesign your home to be out in the open. This wood and brick two-storey features a central space for sunbathing, and a deck out front to enjoy green space.

30 | Architect: Jobim Carlevaro ArquitetosA sloped site can work to your advantage. Wide window panels with warm wooden sides let a great view rest in an urban location.

To “update and clarify” a 1961 house in Houston, architect Ray Booth balanced the original aesthetic with a contemporary point of view. Booth tweaked the ’60s white-brick facade with new vertical shutters and added a steel-gated front door and custom lantern.

Designed by architect Douglas VanderHorn, the Greenwich, Connecticut, house is built of Connecticut fieldstone and cedar shingles.

37 | Visualizer: Ioan Ralea-Toma & Vlad Andrei PopaHow do you make your apartment stand out from the rest? Use columned windows to draw them in, lead the way with chrome ball sculptures, and glow light through perforated window shades that light up at night.

Pupils entered the landmark Peabody School through separate doors for girls and boys. “The exterior appears much as it did in the early 20th century,” designer John Peixinho says of his restored Rhode Island house. He removed faux-Victorian gingerbread added about 20 years ago and “tweaked the 1980s paint color. The red had been too blue.” He opted instead for Benjamin Moore’s Country Redwood.

This 8,000 square foot weekend home, designed by Summer Thornton, alludes to the light and airy nature of lake life.

Situated on a 60-foot setback, Anne Hepfer’s L-shaped cottage features large windows, intricate stonework, and muted colors.

12 | Visualizer: Marcin Mierzyński Three interlocking levels show versatility of colour in this two-storey mansion. Featuring large panes of glass and even wider viewing platforms, its open-plan form creates a rural oasis.

Towering cypresses are reminiscent of a Tuscan landscape in a Corona del Mar, California, house decorated by Barbara Barry.

This coastal home received the Jeff Lincoln treatment, complete with potted plants and a touch of greenery.

47 | Visualizer: DÉR architects Make your home easy to access. Set amidst clear, flat land, trimmed hedges and spacious steps, this wooden exterior invites in visitors with a cavity in its centre.

24 | Architect: Architecture ParadigmWorried your white exterior looks a little too stark? Spice it up with double-roof layering, unconventional angles and a bunch of greenery growing from its edges.

3 | Visualizer: Constantine RybkinModern homes don’t have to be in the city. Set in a stunning forest glade, white cherry blossoms and weeping willow trees create softness, while a black-painted column holds a room with a view.

Design blogs are filled with countless ideas for interiors. What about ideas for your exterior? How are you planning to envelop your home? Where will your main view look out to, your patio be awash with the smell of, and what will you drive up to at the end of each day? These fifty home exteriors show what it means to have a modern-looking façade. Using combinations of timber, plaster, bamboo, glass and concrete, they shoot up straight in large vertical panels, slither into long horizontal levels, and criss-cross with the forest and palm trees in a myriad of natural settings. Pick your favourite from our top fifty exteriors for yourself.

25 | Visualizer: Shuvajyoti MisraBelonging more to an art museum than a residential street, this towering masterpiece strikes a chord with a perforated yellow façade. Rows of rose hedges and an upper balcony offer differing views.

41 | Architect: Forx Design Studio Photographer: Tinnaphop Chawatin Wide, open and inviting describes this classy modern space. Set on a row of manicured lawns and hedges, its central structure features a lit border ceiling and grandiose staircase to guide the way in.

42 | Visualizer: So OnMake your home feel like a high-end resort. White and wood weave around a greenery-framed pool, while full-wall glass windows offer a look to the sea and indoor-outdoor flow.

31 | Visualizer: Baust ArchitectsClimb over four roofs in your quest for great entertaining. A stone and wooden gate opens up to platforms paved in pebbles and lined with succulents.

Pittsburgh Paints’ Citadel Blue brightens the exterior of the Lake Michigan house, designed by Alexander Bogaerts.

Andrew Howard was intentional at making sure this Florida home still felt like a vacation, regardless of how many kids were running around. The clean and crisp exterior is reflected in the family-friendly interior design.

36 | Visualizer: Luisö RamosHave some designer cars you’d like to show off? This residential home combines concrete and plaster columns with a wooden garage fronting the road.

A Lake Tahoe retreat decorated by Matt O’Dorisio has a wooden exterior trimmed with copper gutters.

To refresh this historic home, designer Juan Carretero added quintessential notes of English culture and tradition, including cast-concrete ewes out front.

Designer Garrow Kedigian’s handsome Montreal weekend house was built in 1923 and has a unique L-shaped corner layout.

Owner Gary McBournie’s Welsh terrier, Winston, lounges in a Nantucket cottage’s garden, which used to be a parking lot. At the center of the walkway, an English armillary sphere circa 1890 serves as sculpture.

By the time these designers were done, it was hard to believe these were the same houses

15 | Visualizer: Studio AikoA great design for a home or office, this building offers an industrial twist on the home above. Instead of bamboo shutters, metal grating offers a glimpse of the outdoors between hanging fairy lights.

Instead of palm trees, oak-lined boulevards make the space green.

7 | Visualizer: Studio AikoUse your pool to mimic the shape of your exterior. This long-line horizontal abode protects from the elements with glass and metal coverings, while a luxurious strip of blue runs its length.

A storybook gate set into a verdant hedge offers a peek at this beguiling 1920s cottage. Its understated Old Florida charm captivates passersby every bit as much today as it did two decades ago, when it belonged to one of America’s most beloved decorators, the late Albert Hadley.

45 | Visualizer: Ioan Ralea-TomaBend the rules with your exterior. This residence features sloping outdoor patios, an ascending roof and convex front elevation on a simple, flat patch of green.

4 | Visualizer: Yura Savitskyi We’ve all dreamed of a modern log cabin from time to time. This paned wooden exterior runs its grooves smooth on the roof and perpendicular in its body, as it opens up its windows to a forest of pine.

Near Seaside, Florida, a two-story beach-front cottage designed by Birmingham, Alabama-based architect James F. Carter features an old-fashioned tin roof and traditional stacked screened porches. “It has the echo of a friendlier time,” says Carter, but also solar panels and eco-conscious materials.

An almost black hue, Farrow & Ball’s Railings modernizes the exterior of the 1920s Ann Arbor home. Ribbed Mediterranean Jar planter and Duomo lanterns by Restoration Hardware.

49 | Visualizer: Aleksandr ZhidkovEasily described as a dream come true, this modern home afront a mock coral reef gets our eyes excited. As metal chain windows let in just the right amount of light, strong charcoal frames and a cascade of white steps lead up to urban paradise.

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19 | Visualizer: BlackbellGrey and stone add a feeling of serenity to urban surroundings. Walk down the sanded wooden steps to a comfortable seating area nestled between the trees.

48 | Visualizer: Ark VizEver imagined a chequered exterior? Neither had we. This two-storey mixed-material home employs the style with aplomb, finishing it off with a steel convex balcony and grass tuft-embedded patio.

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27 | Visualizer: Zrobym ArchitectsThink black and white won’t sit well together? Think again in this Jenga-style structure that holds a black box on the top, and a white one underneath. Paths of pebbles draw the guest in.

10 | Visualizer: FedorovaA beautiful balcony heightens your enjoyment of the outdoors. Large, open-framed windows make the most of this rural setting, while glass railings allow a comfy seat in an outdoor pod.

39 | Visualizer: Ngotrung NgoMake the most of a narrow house exterior, by flagging it with a mast. A navy painted panel cradles this striking triangular facade, a mixture of black and white bars that cunningly match the gate.

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