We often see gorgeous homes and interiors in the movies or in glossy magazines and admire the design that went into these architectural masterpieces. Thanks to the mass media, we have a general idea of what the dwellings of people in different corners of the world look like. But rarely do we realize that what we see on the screen can differ greatly from the reality.
1. Balconies in Spain
Following no trends or traditions of world designs, Spain took to its own ingenuity. Here is a true example of the extraordinary standard of architectural genius that is inherent to the Spanish community. The balconies have colourful walls with interesting paintings on them. It is against these that some intricately designed rails have been put in place to complete the look of the balcony. It is fresh, youthful and inspiring.
2. Balconies in Italy
Details of style are essential for a terrace or balcony, even more so for a garden. There are endless ideas that would give special flavor to the spaces between rooftops or balconies tucked in, in front of a window. Its a great place to unwind when the day is settling into night, and simply to watch the world from a larger scale, seeing people come and go through your window. Viewing the world from a balcony, you can see the grandiose scheme of things, and the relaxing nature of the Italians, along with their laid-back lifestyle.
3. Balconies in Greece
Whether you have visited Greece or not, everyone seems to yearn to have a piece of the beautiful Mediterranean heaven that is this country. So why not decorate your outside space or your balcony to look like Greece?
It’s easy to bring the atmosphere of the Greek islands to your home with a few tweaks and updates. Here are some tips on how you can experience Greece every time you step onto your balcony or out onto your patio!
4. Balconies in Brazil
Brazil perhaps stands out as the country that pays paramount attention to the exterior appearance of the walls. The buildings are garbed with choicest colours and in them are properly positioned incredible figurines of complementary colours. There is no doubt that an element of stateliness is clearly affirmed through this form of architectural caliber.
5. Balconies in USA
This architectural style is largely prevalent in New Orleans, and it is beautiful. There is specificity in terms of the pattern followed through out the entire length of the balcony and the decoration of it. Mostly these balconies are long and have a number of large pots potted with unruly greens dangling in an equi-distant manner.