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You wouldn’t know the Frameless Juliet was even there

Julie and Paul Dove selected a 2,180mm-wide Frameless Juliet balcony to provide the required barrier to French Doors in their first-floor master bedroom of their Cotswolds home.

The floor-to-ceiling doors, flanked by tall glass panels either side, allow maximum natural light into the room and make the most of far-reaching views over adjacent countryside near Chipping Campden.

Frameless Glass Balcony

“If you have an amazing view – and sunsets – from your home, why would you want to obscure that view”, is how Julie and Paul Dove sum up their choice of a Frameless Juliet balcony from Balconette.

For lower maintenance in keeping the glass clean, Balconette’s BalcoNano® self-cleaning glass coating was applied to the glass panel before installation by their builder.

Frameless Juliet Balcony in the Cotswolds

The couple had demolished an existing bungalow on the site to build their dream home, blending a traditional Cotswold stone construction at the front with a modern rendered façade to the rear elevation incorporating two sets of bi-folding doors in the ground floor rooms.

Bringing light into the property was an important design factor for the Doves, whose home faces South West and catches the sun most of the day.

Frameless Juliet Balcony

Frameless Juliet balcony in Cotswolds House >

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