Industrial-Style Balcony Softened By Cushioned Chair, Accent Rug
This private balcony is actually one of four outdoor spaces that belong to this condominium. To make the industrial-style setting as comfortable as possible, the designers brought in a cushioned chair, a wooden folding table and a geometric-print accent rug.
This modern-style home features a spiral staircase from the upstairs balcony to the multi-level deck below. This large, outdoor space is perfect for entertaining with plenty of seating, a heating lamp for cool nights and large, maintained backyard.
This outdoor living room features neutrals and bright blues in a bold mix of textures. The geometric granite table with sea glass and jewel-toned accents contrasts the wicker chaise with soft upholstery and bold blue accents.
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.
Beach House Balcony Offers Panoramic Views of Sand Dunes, Atlantic Ocean
A public beach access walkway creates additional space between this New Hampshire beach house and the neighboring one and opens up more panoramic views from the two upper levels of the home. Glass safety walls were chosen for the balcony, limiting the interruption of the views of the sand dunes and Atlantic Ocean.
One of the smaller guest bedrooms received a total overhaul thanks to a vaulted ceiling and loads of natural daylight. The original ceiling was low and gave the room a dark, cramped feeling. Raising the height of the room and the flooding it with light allowed the homeowners to use bold colors without worry it would overpower the smallish space.