Native Bahay Kubo Design with Creative Style, Beautiful Surroundings


Native houses never go out of style, so it might be a good idea to check out this one and pick the design for your future home. It’s small yet functional and provides you with everything you need within easy reach. There’s a beautiful porch at the front, a four-post bamboo bed at the bedroom section, and a native living room and dining area. What more could you ask for?

This house isn’t also your typical bahay kubo with wood or bamboo floors, because it features terracotta tiles.

Instead of concrete for the bottom portions of the wall, bricks are laid out in this home. It creates a beautiful effect that also adds strength to your native structure so it won’t be damaged so easily by the elements.

Lovely Front and Back Porches for Hanging Out

This house features two porches, one at the back and one at the front. The front porch is more spacious and has lots of space for hanging out. It would be great to relax at the porch while admiring the view of your lovely garden.

The back porch is smaller but it can still be good for hanging out.

Open-Plan Interiors, Nice Design

To make the most of the space, the house doesn’t have divisions inside. The open-plan interiors have the living room and dining area right by the main door, while the bedroom portion is at the back. There’s another door at the back.

This beautiful home also features native furnishings. So, there’s a bamboo four-post bed, bamboo shelves, and bamboo dining set. The sala set placed at the front porch is also made of bamboo.

Nice Bathroom at the Back

Like many native house designs, this one has the bathroom outside the main part of the house, but it’s still attached to the home. Set at the back, this nice bathroom features simple fixtures that you can always upgrade for your home.

A native house like this would cost around Php100,000, depending on the type of materials you want to use.