An Apartment, Surat
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Why stop at porcelain, ceramic or natural stone tiles? After all, your balcony should reflect your own personality and creativity. Take a look at this balcony; the installation of terracotta wall tiles infuses a warmth into the outdoors while the faded look of the reddish-brown terracotta tiles lends an earthy look to the space.Note: Terracotta tiles need to be sealed periodically to make it water resistant. These tiles are porous and have the tendency to retain moisture.Check out tiles on Houzz Products
4. Surat apartment by Aangan Architects
3. Invest in good-quality outdoor furnitureInvesting in furniture made from weatherproof materials can make a big difference in how it holds up over time or what maintenance is required to keep it looking good. Aangan Architects made the right call.
A sliding glass door connects the living room to a deck accentuated with wooden flooring, a red brick wall and chairs. The brick wall extends from the living room, creating a sense of continuity of space, while the wood floor gives it its own identity. The open-to-access deck ensures that the living room doesn’t look or feel too crowded during socials as the guests can spill out here, lounge around and enjoy the great outdoor views.