Characteristics of building houses in the Dutch style

The first thing that attracts the eye in a Dutch-type building is the unusual shape of the upper part of the facade (gable). This section of the wall can be stepped, resembling the outline of a bell or a regular trapezoid.

A snow-white finish is required along the edges, repeating the contour or emphasizing its individual elements. This decor is usually made of stone or wood, but recently plastic has also been used.

For maximum compliance with the Dutch architectural direction, a stylized console can be installed in the upper part of the facade.

Excessive chic and ostentatious luxury were not characteristic of the practical Dutch. Their architecture exudes modest decorativeness and practicality.