Pretty Nice Dunland house from what I can see on the ss, I’m on a holiday so can’t see it ig. It’s not the best quality ss but there are 2 things that I can see you should improve, first of all your gradient, I cant really see if it’s decent but I see you’ve done light thatch at the bottom and I think there’s brown thatch higher up. Make sure it goes from darker thatch at the bottom to lighter thatch at the top with a smooth gradient, also make sure theres a little bit more darker thatch at the north side with moss as well, usually the darker it is the more moss.
Second thing I can see is that not all the thatch faces the same way, make sure it does both inside and outside.
I’ll also list a few things that are commonly forgotten, but don’t necessarily apply to you, check if they do tho.
Too much firewood, 0.5-1 block of firewood is enough for this size of house.
Smoke coming out of the outlets if campfire is on. Ofc all going the same way because of wind
Preferably make sure you can walk to the other side of the house and reach everything, this is sometimes hard and can be ignored if it means the house would look better.
Coarse dirt underneath the roof.
Not too much iron if at all, look at the textures to see if it contains Iron.
Sorry for the messy layout of the reply, typing on phone. There might be a few things @Lindalher or @Daktubalan want to add to this since they can see it ig. As for the gradient I pointed out, it might still be good since I really can’t see it that good on the ss, but make sure youve done it like I explained, if you want, eag has a good pic visualizing how to do the gradient, ask him for it if you want that.
Can always pm me via Discord for further questions.