Transitional Balcony Design Ideas

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Portola Valley Residence
Portola Valley Residence
Jesse Goff Photography www.jessegoff.com
Maine Coast Home
Maine Coast Home
Penelope Daborn Ltd.Penelope Daborn Ltd.
The interior details are simple, elegant, and are understated to display fine craftsmanship throughout the home. The design and finishes are not pretentious - but exactly what you would expect to find in an accomplished Maine artist’s home. Each piece of artwork carefully informed the selections that would highlight the art and contribute to the personality of each space. © Darren Setlow Photography
Lakehouse  in Maine
Lakehouse in Maine
Robin Davis InteriorsRobin Davis Interiors
This cozy nook is located on the balcony landing looking down onto the living room. It was designed as a quiet reading nook for morning coffee or evening wine. Since the light of the window can be harsh on fabrics, a Sunbrella in a stripe was chosen to protect the MGBW chairs. Adding in some color with the pouf and rug makes the space fun and relaxed for all ages to sneak off to. Photography: Peter G. Morneau

Transitional Balcony Design Ideas

Waterford Residence Loft Seating Area
Waterford Residence Loft Seating Area
Amy Carman DesignAmy Carman Design
When planning this custom residence, the owners had a clear vision – to create an inviting home for their family, with plenty of opportunities to entertain, play, and relax and unwind. They asked for an interior that was approachable and rugged, with an aesthetic that would stand the test of time. Amy Carman Design was tasked with designing all of the millwork, custom cabinetry and interior architecture throughout, including a private theater, lower level bar, game room and a sport court. A materials palette of reclaimed barn wood, gray-washed oak, natural stone, black windows, handmade and vintage-inspired tile, and a mix of white and stained woodwork help set the stage for the furnishings. This down-to-earth vibe carries through to every piece of furniture, artwork, light fixture and textile in the home, creating an overall sense of warmth and authenticity.
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