To access the second floor, the owners simply need to turn a corner and follow these stairs. A thin metal railing offers support along the way, without drawing attention from the beautiful wood siding.
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.
Wood steps fixed over a black base creates a simple, sleek look for this staircase. Black balusters connect thick wire railing for an open, modern design. A bar cart stationed near the stairs organizes drink ingredients and accessories for easy access.
Black metal balusters support a wire railing fitting the staircase to the open, contemporary design of the room. Wood steps match the light hardwood floor and wood details visible in the dining and kitchen spaces. The calm, light color scheme maximizes the spacious feel of the home.
This outdoor courtyard area features a wooden picnic table with bench seating and sliding glass doors that lead to the interior spaces. A second floor balcony with a wire mesh and wooden railing provides an overhead view of the space.
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.
Design experts from Lowe's bring texture into outdoor spaces with materials, such as these mesh hanging screens. You can make a hanging screen with a roll of chicken wire and wood, or search for old chicken wire or mesh doors at building material salvage centers that are run by charitable organizations.
The flat projection aluminum awning over this balcony makes the space feel like an additional room. A metallic coffee table is positioned between two gray barrel chairs and a reclaimed wooden bench, while a metal wire railing encloses the space.
Although the house is new construction, built in 2018, it meshes prettily with New Orleans' historic style. Railings are wrought-iron, outdoor lighting mimics gas lanterns, wood shutters are painted palest gray.
The second story looks over the high, open living space for a connected and spacious look. The rich wood floor tone adds a warm color against the cool beige walls. Industrial black handrails are connected with wire railing for a perfect contemporary finish.
This stylish dining room blends modern wire mesh dining chairs with a traditional wood table and matching hardwood floors. A textured globe pendant light hangs above the table, while green grasscloth wallpaper adds a pop of soothing color to the space.