Why Juliet balconies could make a difference to your home

With an increasing amount of modern architectural trends moving towards seamless and frameless glazing, it is no surprise that Juliet balconies are becoming a common feature in many homes. Taking the name from its appearance in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, Juliet balconies are best described as a "false balcony" and are often the easiest, most effective way to add a balcony to residential developments, usually without requiring planning permission and major intrusive work to your existing home structure. They are often seen on the side of apartment buildings to enable residents with limited access to outdoor space a little more "fresh air".

Juliet balconies create financial benefits through their ability to potentially add value to your property but, this aside, they can also offer an aesthetic element to both the exterior build and the internal space of your home. From the inside, a room can feel more spacious and open to the external environment creating a strong feeling of freedom and flow; whilst on the outside, a Juliet balcony offers an impressive design feature to any home.

By allowing you to take in the bigger view, Juliet balconies open up more natural light to enter your home creating better emotional well-being, higher energy levels and healthier levels of vitamin D. Whilst Juliet balconies do not project far from the side of your home, this does not limit the creativity or customisation they can offer. From window-width with double doors to room-width accompanied by sleek folding doors, Juliet balconies have endless options that can be designed to suit the structure and character of any home.

At Arc Design Services, we specialise in architectural design dedicated to offering a fresh and exciting approach to every project. With this in mind, Arc Design Services could help you incorporate a Juliet balcony seamlessly into your home building or renovation project, allowing you to make the most of the natural light, reap the health benefits and lavish in the feeling of freedom.

To see how Arc Design Services could help you contact us today on 0161 928 4433.

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