Wooden Balcony Design Ideas, Perfect Harmony
Balconies are often the respite areas of choice, some sort of a transit zone to the nature outside, easily accessible from the sleeping section of the home. In the morning or evening, the balcony is the first choice for those who want to breathe in fresh air and enjoy a coffee or a cup of tea in a space of intimacy. And since we always talk about harmony with nature, wooden balconies which you can personalize are choices always within reach. Below are several wooden balcony design ideas, whether we speak about the whole structure or just wooden ornaments and accessories that will change the whole look of the place.
A wooden balcony, opening up to the terrace behind the house, softens the massive presence of stone and creates an uninterrupted space which is accessible from all sides. The wooden balcony and stairs were built and attached to the house, a more than practical choice for the house owners.
Again, wood comes to bring a warm touch to a modern building with a façade visually dominated by glass and stone tiles. The two balconies, one of them open, come to add a dash of vitality to the inert structure.
An interesting blend of the wood clad balcony and the decorative tree next to the patio, a natural synthesis which brings color to the landscape.
Even if you live in a block of flats, your balcony can get a more welcoming look if you wrap it in wood, as seen in the image below. The space suddenly brightens up with color and warmth and becomes the favorite space of tranquility at the end of a busy day.
Wood and plants as far as the eye can reach – the balcony in the image below is the perfect urban oasis where we all recharge the batteries. The old wood pallets is always the handiest choice, practical and cheap, to cover walls and floors.
A balcony where again stone and tiles are quickly offset by the warm presence of wood. With a little inspiration, the wooden bench can play multiple roles, from storage space to a place where you can easily doze off under the open sky.
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