Wood Balcony Design Ideas – Beautiful Accents
Wood accessories on the façade of a building always bring an air of freshness and vitality while blurring the inert mass of cement and concrete. At the same time, wood attracts and radiates elegance, warming any building. In the images below we will see several wood balcony design ideas which make a smooth transit from the indoor spaces to the vibrant nature outside, completing the design of the houses.
There’s probably no match to the state of tranquility and relaxation one can live on a wood balcony of a mountain chalet. The space is one which makes you merge with the surrounding landscape where you can also collect your thoughts.
Let wood structures become the focal point of a façade, painting it in colors which will integrate the balcony perfectly and make it visually stand out.
Wood and flowers, a symbiosis which takes any house out of anonymity and gives it vitality and elegance. A classic image, but full of personality, which makes one keep eyes stuck on it.
Wood and glass this time, a combination full of transparency which appears to remove any barrier between the two planes in the image – indoor and outdoor spaces. The shadows creeping under the wood pergola give a touch of drama to the image.
If you want to extend the space of a home, then a wood balcony supported on wooden pillars is a wise choice. You step out of the bedroom into a new space where you can delight in beautiful views over a cup of coffee or tea.
Overlapped and in different sizes, balconies give dynamism to this house façade. In this case, they also perfectly integrate chromatically with the rest of the elements.
From the enchanting corner of a chalet, all wrapped up in carved wood, nature opens up replete with mystery, luring to the challenge of an adventure in the wilderness that stretches out from right behind the railing.
When wood comes to soften the sharp edges of a modern design, the visual effect is complete. The wood balcony becomes a focal point in the image cross by lines and volumes and a well-placed color spot.
Sources: Houzz.com, Pinterest.com, Leeb-balconies.com