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  1. Small Apartment Renovation:  Balcony by Comelite Architecture, Structure and Interior Design , Modern
  2. Small Apartment Renovation:  Balcony by Comelite Architecture, Structure and Interior Design , Modern
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  4. Small Apartment Renovation:  Balcony by Comelite Architecture, Structure and Interior Design , Modern
  5. Contemporary Extension:  Balcony by Hackett Visuals, Classic Bricks
  6. Frameless Glass Balustrade:  Balcony by Camel Glass, Modern
  7. Fareham waterfront refurbishment and replanning project:  Balcony by dwell design, Modern
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  9. Aswar Hotel - Modern Moroccan Hotel Design:  Balcony by Comelite Architecture, Structure and Interior Design , Modern
  10. Hotel in Alacati by KAROİSTANBUL:  Balcony by KAROİSTANBUL, Tropical Tiles
  11. Hotel in Alacati by KAROİSTANBUL:  Balcony by KAROİSTANBUL, Tropical Tiles
  12. Modern Residential Virtual Floor Plan Design Concept by Yantram 3D Architectural Design, Vancouver – Canada:  Balcony by Yantram Architectural Design Studio, Modern
  13. :  Balcony by Design Intervention, Classic
  14. Neoclassical Saudi Arabian House Design:  Balcony by Comelite Architecture, Structure and Interior Design , Eclectic
  15. Neoclassical Saudi Arabian House Design:  Balcony by Comelite Architecture, Structure and Interior Design , Eclectic
  16. Neoclassical Saudi Arabian House Design:  Balcony by Comelite Architecture, Structure and Interior Design , Eclectic
  17. Tiger Lodge:  Balcony by Building With Frames, Eclectic Wood Wood effect
  18. Dab dwelling :  Balcony by Dab Den Ltd, Modern Wood Wood effect
  19. South West London:  Balcony by IQ Glass UK, Modern Glass
  20. South West London:  Balcony by IQ Glass UK, Modern Glass
  21. South West London:  Balcony by IQ Glass UK, Modern Glass
  22. South West London:  Balcony by IQ Glass UK, Modern Glass
  23.  Balcony by AAPA건축사사무소, Modern
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  24.  Balcony by AAPA건축사사무소, Modern
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  25.  Balcony by 주택설계전문 디자인그룹 홈스타일토토, Modern
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  26.  Balcony by 윤성하우징, Modern
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  27.  Balcony by indra firmansyah architects, Minimalist
  28.  Balcony by indra firmansyah architects, Minimalist
  29. London Garden - Metal Balcony and Staircase:  Balcony by British Spirals & Castings, Classic
  30. London Garden - Metal Balcony and Staircase:  Balcony by British Spirals & Castings, Classic
  31. London Garden - Metal Balcony and Staircase:  Balcony by British Spirals & Castings, Classic
  32. London Garden - Metal Balcony and Staircase:  Balcony by British Spirals & Castings, Classic
  33. Residential Shoots:  Balcony by Lemon One, Modern

The balcony is the most direct outside area of the home; accessible immediately and often an extension of the kitchenliving room or bedroom. For some, the balcony is also the only outside area of the home and, subsequently, it should be treated with extra love and attention because of this.

How should I do with my balcony?

What do you like? Do you have green fingers? If so get yourself a few potting trays and plant away. Want an outside living area? Get your self some garden furniture and enjoy (don’t forget to buy an awning as well!). Want to drink coffee on it in the morning sun? Get yourself a table and chairs and soak it up! There is a world of possibilities of what one can do with their balcony -hammock, viewing platform (should you be in a good natural location)- so ask yourself, ‘what would I like to use my balcony for?’

North-facing balcony/south-facing balcony?

Depending on which compass direction it faces, you should use your balcony accordingly: north and east facing will be best in the morning sun, whereas south and west facing balconies will be best for use in the afternoon and evening. You can also plan your plants around the amount of average light your balcony is likely to receive.

The feeling of privacy I receive on my balcony leaves something to be desired… . what to do?

With lower level and adjacent balconies, this can be a problem. One option for railed balconies is to line the railings with an opaque material; preventing neighbours from being able to look through them. Another option is to line your balcony with reeds that protrude above the given barrier, offering you more privacy and looking good at the same time.