Cheap One-Story House Design with Two Bedrooms & Open Plan Living Area

There are lots of ways to make a cheap home still look great, both inside and outside! 3 min


These days, a lot of homeowners choose simple house designs for practical reasons. Not only are small, compact homes faster and cheaper to build, these are also easier to maintain.

Electricity bills are usually smaller because you don’t have to spend a lot on lights and cooling or heating facilities.

But cheap does not always mean looking bad and too simple.

There are lots of ways to make a cheap home still look great, both inside and outside!

Plus, landscaping the yard could do a lot of good for your home, adding to the curb appeal even if your home is small and simple.

In this cheap house, the box-like design keeps the house simple and cheap; yet added details in the design still make it stylish.

The house is at ground level, keeping the need for additional construction materials at a minimum.

The entire front area is made into a porch, making this home larger than its interior floor area.

The porch area can double into an extra living room and hang out with friends and family.

The large double sliding doors make the place airy, allowing fresh air and natural light in, without taking too much precious space.

There’s a spot at the side for picnics, with outdoor chairs and tables that’s perfect for kids and adults alike.

Inside the house is a huge living room that’s defined by a carpet.

While the wall is bare in the photos of this modern home, you can easily add a flat-screen TV and built-in cabinets to make the place a better spot for hanging out.

With an open plan area that provides ample space for the dining table, this modern house really makes the most of every spot on the floor plan.

While the outside of the house has a blue theme, pink and white dominate the inside.

The pink baseboard picks up the color of the pink curtains.

This theme is also picked up in the bedrooms; though the boys living in the house might also pick more masculine colors to decorate their space.

Wooden tables and chairs add a rustic atmosphere to this contemporary home.

There’s a separate kitchen at the back, with a stainless steel counter for cooking and washing plates.

What do you think of this house?