The distinctive visual form of traditional Kerala architecture is the long, steep sloping roof built to protect the house’s walls and to withstand the heavy monsoon, normally laid with tiles or palm leaves, supported on a roof frame made of hard wood and timber. This traditional home located in Palakkad, Kerala has the authentic Kerala touch in its exterior as well as interiors. The base Style: The most model is normally circular, square or rectangular plain shapes with a ribbed roof evolved from functional consideration. Most of Kerala buildings appear to low height visually, due to over-sloping of roofs, which are meant to protect walls from rains and direct sunshine. The interiors of Kerala style home plans involves the use of wood work and engraving more to blend with a nice and soothing environment.