An amakan house is great, whether you’re looking for a low-budget house or simply want to have a native house. This cute amakan house with one bedroom and a lovely porch is something that you can be proud of. It also features a nice living room that shares space with the dining area and kitchen.
The interior is compact but something that maximizes the space. It’s actually a good idea
There’s not much you can do for a tiny home, but the homeowners decided to create different styles for each section of the house by choosing different styles of floor tiles – and we actually love the idea! It’s creative and makes a totally different space out of each section despite the limited floor area.
Lovely House Design, Native Feels
This house features a lovely design with native feels, thanks to the amakan walls supported by bamboo slats.
Set out front is a nice porch that allows you to hang out and enjoy the view while also being protected by a roof above your head.
For native houses like this to actually last longer, it’s best to get the ground and the wooden or native materials treated for termites and other wood-boring pests. It’s also a good idea to have a concrete base to keep the wood and other native parts from getting soaked and exposed to the soil.
Nice Interiors, Compact Floor Plan
Although small, the house still manages to look airy because of the well-planned use of space. There isn’t any hallway in this house. Instead, the room opens directly to the common area that’s used as the living room and kitchen with dining area.
For spaces like this, it’s best to pick furniture that can be used for different purposes to maximize their use without cluttering the area.
There’s a single-line kitchen counter set up at the wall opposite the main door, and it’s situated next to the back door.
A modern toilet and bathroom is set next to the kitchen. It features marble-inspired wall times.
You can build this house for around Php800,000 – more or less, depending on where you live and other factors to consider.