During the summer, we often crave the outdoors life, so why not bring the outdoors into your home? Creating a balcony or roof terrace can transform your property dramatically. Here are a few ideas that you can incorporate in your home:
Juliet Balconies are considerably popular in England, as you generally don’t require any planning permission to build them, unlike projecting balconies. The only issue that can arise with these concerns over the privacy of neighbours, but on the whole, these represent a great way to enhance the beauty of your property.
A creative way to get some outdoor space in your home is to convert and extend your loft ,and push back the parapet wall so you can form a miniature roof garden. From being at the highest vantage point in the property, you can be sure to bask in the sunshine throughout the summer with this technique.
Take Advantage Of Extension
If you have already created a ground-floor extension in your property, then this presents the opportunity to make the most of this newfound space on its roof. A roof terrace is a fantastic way to make the most out of this additional storey, although it may well require planning permission.
A great way to make your balcony or roof terrace stand out even more is to decorate it. Perhaps you want to go with the more natural look and decorate with beautiful plants and greenery, or you could even consider building a fireplace so that you can use your outdoor space all year round.