5 examples of how to ruin your balcony
In balconies and other small spaces, the objective is to try to achieve an environment linked to the interior of the house, that provides visual continuity and a share of green.
The choice of materials, pots, floors and walls is essential and in many cases it represents more than 50% of the project. The materials must be in close communion with the style of the house and of course with the plants that we are going to place..
An important point is to consider the color of the walls and the floors: light tones give a feeling of spaciousness and luminosity, while the opposite is the case with dark ones.
We can also think about the possibility of create partitions if space permits. These sectorizations will not only provide a feeling of greater size, but also they will make the space more dynamic.
They can be done in height, with pots and large plants, or through material changes on the floor.
Florals or seasonal bulbs in smaller pots add diversity and color to the balcony design
When designing the green space, these are the most common mistakes that are often made and that can ruin the entire project:
Planting evergreen shrubs with neat foliage as a background is a resource to cover views or cover walls