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6th Oct 2010, 2:21 PM
Hey there everyone. Just finished a house and want to hear what you guys have to say about it.
So i tried to make it look like a modern one but not sure if i succeed. It's unfurnished and you may see that i didn't pay too much attention to the walls and floors. I think that's all that i can say :)
Any comments will be appreciated ;)
Have a nice day
7th Oct 2010, 10:34 PM
the exterior is OK, looks like a modern city house, I think. But the interior, meh. Maybe you should make it brighter, and not the same walls & floors in the whole house ;)
8th Oct 2010, 12:33 AM
The exterior's pretty good. The interior needs to brighten up. Also try using pastel lights for the inside walls.
9th Oct 2010, 4:17 AM
That is an incredibly large...box. :/ It looks like you believe in the misconception that modern homes are boxy, monotone and are filled with large windows. Try using some textures on the walls, with some color. Seeing as you have all EPs/SPs you should be able to find something. It is possible that the actual construction would look better with different windows and textures, so I'd say give that a try first. I would agree with the interior being too dark as well. A very large contrast from inside to out. Purple is a nice color, but would look much better as an accent color on one wall. Your also going to want an actual path to the front of the house, right now it's kind of ambiguous as to where the front door is. Also, are there any doors inside? Keep in mind that the pics you post here should be of the same quality that you would use for upload.
19th Oct 2010, 3:51 AM
Try a mix between red, black, and white, or just white and black, or just white, or maybe add some color like light yellows with baseboards :)
19th Oct 2010, 12:12 PM
thank you all for comments. i'm just so stuck with my job so i had to give a long break. well about the colours of the rooms, as i said, i didn't pay much attention to them because my first goal is actually to create a nice exterior. i mean the architecture of the house and the landscaping. after that, i'll work on the rooms. maybe i put some furniture too. anyways, i will need time to finish this. until then, any further comments will be great, especially for the exterior.
have a good day :)
6th Dec 2010, 2:39 PM
I finally kinda finished my house. Well i know one can never fully finish because there's always more things to do to make it better and better but at least this is what i have for now. :) I painted the room walls and floors and also put some furniture. Hope they look good. It was hard for me to choose the outside color of the house. Because i needed 2 wall colors and floor and stairs to go with those. And i came up with this look now. Though i did not like the stairs because they do not look modern, i'll use them anyway. Any comments will be appreciated. :)
6th Dec 2010, 5:39 PM
It looks so much better! :) I would really really suggest changing the name, 'modern lines' is like the most unoriginal name ever! :P also, there should be a path to the front steps from the road, and on those entry steps there should be banisters, if you're going for minimal then i guess that's ok, but you should put some fence around the half way bit of the steps. And there is a random fenced balcony on the front of the house, but no door?
7th Dec 2010, 10:44 AM
thank you Deluxe Designs! i really appreciate your comments :) well first of all, this name was the one that came to my mind at the very beginning and it may not be very original since i'm not a native english language speaker. but i'll try to think of some alternatives, promise :)
as i said before, i didnt like the stairs. but they were the best match for the walls. i try not to use CC but i may break this rule for the stairs. anyways, i put the banisters and the fences. but for the front balcony, i thought of it as a part of the architecture you know, i did not consider it for using as a balcony. but if you guys think it looks weird, i can change that.
so here's what i got now.
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