With more of us spending an increasing amount of time at home, further emphasis has been placed on how we can maximise space and daylight in our living spaces. Not surprisingly, external balconies and Juliet Balconies have attracted rising levels of interest. So, how do you use a Juliet Balcony?
A glass Juliet Balcony is a wonderful and cost-effective way to enhance light, space and views in virtually any type of building. From larger commercial and communal projects, such as retail developments, restaurants and retirement homes to family homes and flats, there is a Juliet Balcony to suit any scheme.
If you are considering your next project, or simply seeking some inspiration, here are some Balconette ideas to whet your appetite for bringing a Juliet Balcony into your life.
Let in natural light and increase ventilation
A glass Juliet Balcony is a stylish way to enhance space within an upstairs room – whether a bedroom, first-floor living room or loft conversion. By installing inward-opening French Doors, sliding or bi-fold doors protected with a Juliet Balcony for the required safety, you can bring the outside world indoors.
Thanks to floor-to-ceiling glass in the doors, natural light levels are much higher. With the doors open on warmer days, ventilation is greatly improved to promote better sleep in bedrooms during the summer months.
Furthermore, a glass Juliet Balcony, either with a low-maintenance aluminium handrail or a frameless design, means there is nothing to interrupt the view.
Relax with a Juliet Balcony
While a Juliet Balcony means you are not able to physically sit out in the open air, you can still connect with the great outdoors, yet stay protected from the elements. Positioning a table and chairs next to your Juliet Balcony means you can still enjoy the fresh air and views – all from the comfort of being inside your home.