The second-floor family room balcony railing is fashioned from stainless steel mesh, steel uprights and wood caps. Mesh encloses the space while keeping views uninterrupted from the HGTV Dream Home 2014.
The second floor balcony of this New Orleans home, built and restored in Second Empire style, invites guests to sit along the wrap-around deck, lined with wrought iron, and overlooking views of the live oaks growing along Esplanade Avenue.
This second story balcony enjoys stunning views of the Phoenix valley and surrounding red-rock hills. A bifolding screen is retracted to fully open the space to the views. When closed, the perforated screen minimizes the effects of the hot desert sun on the inside of the house while still allowing breezes to travel through the space.
Charcoal gray siding covers the levels and layers of this modern home. Large windows provide a peak into the home while downstairs patios and a second story balcony expand the living space into the outdoors.
The front view of this New Orleans townhouse showcases the historic dwelling's architectural features. A second-floor balcony spans the width of the home, while window shutters and dormers add character.
Upon stepping into this stunning Hawaiian home, guests are created by a view of the grand staircase and second floor balcony overlook. Warm brown wooden accents are paired with neutral tones throughout the foyer, while a view of the tropical landscape provides a beautiful backdrop.
This entrance foyer with its timeless checkerboard pattern of marble tile features classic white paneling and an elegant curved stairway with simple wrought-iron railings leading to a second-floor balcony.