One significant advantage of an elevated house is free from flooding, especially when it is situated in a low area where flooding is likely to happen during heavy rains.
This house can be a source of your inspiration and perhaps be a model home if you plan to put up an elevated house, regardless of whether you wish to have it free from flooding or just wanted to have it with higher elevation from the ground.
Standing with a 1.5 elevation, this house is a single story that really looks tall from the outside. It has a modern style, utilizing a flat slope roofing that is overlapping. There is also a guard rail in front of the house.
From the outside, the house looks so grand and beautiful with its big vertical sliding-glass windows. One noticeable is a wide front yard space, with a few short growing trees, and the pathway is made with gravel.
It’s more magnificent on the inside. The ambiance is so classy and elegant because of the earthly color palette. The living has milky white walls, and the curtains on the windows are black, with a brown sofa set on one side. The bronze plate, with Arabic script stuck on the wall, adds elegance to the living room.
There is also a working space with black chairs and a table. The natural light enters through the windows on the same spot. And because the house has a higher elevation, there is a stunning staircase when you to the rooms.
The house has three rooms, and one room has white paint, decorated with black curtains, and with a tray-type ceiling with artistic lighting decors. The other rooms have a similar setup, but the ceilings have a different look.
The house is so consistent with its color palette in all areas as the kitchen also welcomes you with elegance because of the color black, white, and brown. The window has blinds. In the kitchen, there is a big black fridge, an L-shaped black counter with brown storage. There are also utensil storages attached to the wall on the upper portion.
The shower room and the toilet share the same place. There is white decorated wall tiles and gray floor tiles.
The house is suited for a bigger-sized family. Thanks to the owner of the house, Seed Teerayut, for showcasing the beauty of his home.