It is difficult to make a good and cheap design when working with the most economical housing. In this house, we see a great skill of the designer. On the one hand the stamps, on the other hand their skillful, rational use.
Here -- stained wood of cheap varieties and an economy of paint in the rest of the walls.
The fence is lined with planks on both sides, which gives it a nice, tangible thickness. In addition, the posts are hidden. No posts - no cost to finish them.
The wooden steps at the main entrance are unpainted and can be abraded without the need for re-painting.
Spent on panoramic windows on the first floor and it's a very competent prioritization. A good view and light will be exploited on a daily basis and greatly affect the mood of the house.
You can see that the budget was spared even in the landscaping. Tiles are used only in the necessary places. But they were not lazy to organize a variety of forms and coatings.