Check out this collection of beautiful houses with a white exterior and find out for yourself whether or not a white facade will suit your own home. This photo gallery will give you design inspiration and ideas for your dream house.
From modernist houses to coastal retreats, the choice for going all-white on house exteriors have given homeowners the bright makeover they needed for their homes. White will always be a top choice for house colors — both interior and exterior — for many obvious reasons and for many
residential architectural styles.
It’s pristine, crisp, clean, calming, classy, and versatile. Houses with a white exterior will never go out of style and don’t run the risk of fading over years of sun exposure. White works beautifully with any other colors, making them pop out even more. If you want your house to look bigger, a coat of white paint on your house exterior will do the visual trick.
Scroll down to see a collection of houses with a white exterior. We include examples of pretty much every style with a white exterior.
Georgian Colonial Classic suburban American house with sloping roof, two attics, and direct manicured garden access. Farmhouse with Veranda Countryside farmhouse with big lawn, long front porch, and multilevel interiors. French Large luxury white home with front turret and huge front lawn. Contemporary Minimalist Countryside modern house with outdoor and indoor lighting. Modern Modern house with glass windows, green field backyard, and flat roofing. Contemporary Modern multilevel house with sloping roof, front lawn, and integrated garage. Spanish White Spanish mansion with huge grounds. Contemporary bungalow with metal roof White modern bungalow designed in Scandinavian style. Antebellum Historical House Historical antebellum Greek Revival house with circular driveway London Townhome White London townhome in Georgian style Federalist Colonial White Federalist Colonial style house Tudor Revival Modern angular whitewashed luxury tropical villa with huge glass windows overlooking a paved patio with an outdoor living area and furniture. Beach House Tropical villa with huge windows, flat roof, and spacious outdoor area. Plain Traditional Suburban house with outdoor seating area and front lawn. Modern Minimalist Trendy house with geometric architecture and wide glass windows and outdoor swimming pool. Southern Restored mansion with wide outdoor space, ancient columns and two-level interior. Mediterranean Multilevel house with wide entryway, spacious outdoor area, and contemporary facade. Historical Villa Modern villa with four columns and wide driveway. Greek Revival England-style white house with colonnades, three attics, and multilevel interior. Modern Two-story luxury villa house with swimming pool and recessed lights. Contemporary Spacious mansion with backyard swimming pool and outdoor recreational space. Suburban Modern Exotic mansion with geometric architecture and modern interior. Victorian Modern mansion with front lawn, porch, and vintage-style architecture. Victorian Mansion A classic, white, wooden nineteenth-century mansion house with a a long balcony stand. Southern Colonial Mansion White colonial house with green shutters, four chimneys, and spacious lawn. Asian Contemporary Asian-style mansion with front porch, wide driveway, and outdoor garden. Farmhouse Countryside with spacious lawn, multilevel interior, and front porch. Adobe Large two story white adobe house with fenced in front yard and upper balconies. Cottage White cottage lake house with boat house Florida Style House White Florida mansion on waterway with huge windows and rooftop patio Beach House White beach house elevated with veranda Craftsman (Contemporary) White contemporary craftsman house with carriage garage doors Cape Cod White small cape cod style home Georgian White Georgian style house with black shutters in handsome neighborhood. Traditional white Scandinavian house in the country Mid-Century Modern Awesome white mid-century modern house in Palm Springs, California. Historical Chateau Okay, this is a bit ridiculous because most people in the world can’t afford a famous chateau, but I included it because I love this chateau. This is Chateau de Chenonceau is a castle near the small village of Chenonceaux on the River Cher. This castle was built between 1515 and 1521 by Thomas Bohier, Chamberlain for King Charles VIII of France. Today, the Chateau of Chenonceau is second only to Versailles as the most visited chateau in France. Rancher Large white rancher style home with red door. Minimalist Home See more of this home here. White Exterior with Wooden Accent See more of this home here. 5-Star Home See more of this home here. Hancock Park Spanish Colonial See more of this home here. Sophisticated Spanish Home See more of this home here. Spanish Revival Home See more of this home here. Single Level Contemporary See more of this home here. Open-Concept Contemporary Home See more of this home here. Spanish Style Mansion See more of this home here. L-Shaped Mid-Century House See more of this home here. 1954 Mid-Century Modern House See more of this home here. Small Open Concept Mid-Century House See more of this home here.