This stylish living room got a makeover from Team Drew on HGTV's Brother vs. Brother. A decorative chair rail calls out the two-toned walls, while purple accents– including a pair of graceful accent chairs – play up the warm gray hues throughout the space.
A triangle table is a simple twist on the conventional table shape perfect for adding a touch of intrigue to this simple balcony design. The natural wood furniture finish matches the wood floor for a calm and cohesive outdoor look. A wire railing leaves the space feeling more open and connected to the surrounding yard.
Orange midcentury modern chairs flank the entrance to this contemporary staircase. A metal cable railing keeps with the space's contemporary aesthetic, while allowing the staircase to feel open and airy.
A small square table with a glass top creates a little dining area on this wood balcony. Upholstered gray chairs are decorated with black and white floral pillows, complementing the black railing and the home's gray exterior.
Supported by a stone structured base, this porch is adorned with brown lounge chairs and a white railing topped with iron decor. The sconces add light to the porch, illuminating the lounge space. The landscaping is kept simple with small foliage planted around the porch base.
Take in the breathtaking ocean views on this coastal deck. White wicker chairs and benches, a glass-top coffee table and miles of ocean view make it a great place to entertain or just relax with family.
This stylish sitting room features two neutral leather swivel chairs that face a metal railing looking out over the living room. A plush area rug sits atop the neutral hardwood floors, while recessed lighting illuminates the space.
Doors on the second level of the home open out onto an exquisite balcony, continuing the home's gray, taupe and tan color palette in the contemporary wicker sofa, chairs and coffee table. Mediterranean accents in the white railing and pillars are reflective of the home's overall exterior style.
This expansive, 6,600-square-foot home in Seattle actually has not one, not two, but *three* balconies. This would be the perfect spot to set up a dining table and bistro chairs, or hang delicate lights and dance beneath the stars.