Student or Learner
- The rooms, though small, were pleasant and airy.
- His style, if simple, is pleasant to read.
I would like to ask whether we can put 'though small and if simple' at the beginning or the end of a sentence
- Though small, the rooms were pleasant and airy.
- If simple, his style is pleasant to read.
- The rooms were pleasant and airy, though small.
- His style is pleasant to read, if simple.
"If simple" should be changed to "though simple". Yes, you can shift the phrase to the front.
I am not a teacher.