Coming up with unique color combinations is one way to make your balcony garden pop as in this mix of evergreen shrubs and eye catching perennials such as purple heather and calibrachoa from Urban Green.
Ryan Benoit and Chantal Aida Gordon of The Horticult threaded stainless steel rods through terra-cotta pots and suspended them from horizontal surfaces. These striking vertical gardens can punch up the smallest balconies and patios.
With a little imagination, you can transform their balcony space into a design showcase fit for a high end gardening magazine like this unique combination of color, shapes and decor from Your Space By Design.
A balcony in New York City’s West Village becomes a lush garden oasis in this design from Urban Green which brings together a lovely mix of perennials, evergreens and colorful annuals such as petunias and topiary bougainvillea.
For this South Hill Park project in London, TLA Studio took advantage of the multi-level area to create visual accents that call out the dining area, water feature and other aspects of the sunny, spacious environment.
In their South Hill Park project in London, TLA Studio took advantage of the multi-level area to create visual accents that call out the dining area, water feature and other aspects of the sunny, spacious environment.
Sometimes the secret to creating a spectacular balcony garden is all about the decking as in this handsome layout by Terra Firma Design that uses Brazilian hardwood Ipe for the flooring. It provides a lovely visual counterpoint to the green plantings and earth tones of the wraparound couch.
A new balcony overlooks the front of this recently renovated Phoenix home. A sloped Spanish tile roof was removed from the lower level, opening up the space for a peaceful roof garden surrounding the balcony.
An artful array of colorful plantings burst from vessels large and small, creating a peaceful spot to relax in the midst of the city. Woven seating has a stylish rubbed gold finish, and a modern accent table is a functional spot to set a drink while enjoying this urban oasis.
A balcony garden complete with a sheltered dining space on New York’s Upper Wast Side is enhanced by the lovely borders of yellow and green Golden Euonymus and additional plantings of pink petunias and sweet potato vines.
A balcony in the Belgravia neighborhood of West London designed by TLA Studio takes a simple but chic approach in a mixture of border hedges, climbing vines, wicker furniture and sweeping rooftop views.
An easy way to make the transition from indoors to outdoors feel seamless? Houseplants! Here, container gardens, potted trees and small planters lead occupants out onto the small balcony and give it a lush feel.
In their Chester Square project, the London based TLA Studio created natural privacy walls with tall plantings and added handsome stone pavers and a walk-on surface of acetate structural glass which functions as a sunlight for the residence below.