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225 Indian Terrace & Balcony Design Ideas

Crash Bang Colours
Crash Bang Colours
Puru- Home Ensemble
An unloved balcony, no matter its size, can be spruced up to become a cosy yet chic spin-off of the rest of the house. This means more than putting out a deck chair and assume it's a wrap, though. There are a plethora of creative ideas just waiting to transform your tiny balcony into a beautiful nook! In fact, a small balcony is a perfect canvas for a cosy setup. You can splurge with fancy balcony wall treatments or you can just add a few things for an instant glam makeover. Here’s what you need to do! Next in our project was Turning this tiny balcony into colourful heaven for our client, our another version of "Colours To The Lush". Making it lush by adding a dash of green and a dramatic statement with bright planters with the faux grass and some colourful planters and some pretty bohemian string light for a cosy sit out at the night.
Arrayed House
Arrayed House
Studio An-V-Thot Architects Pvt. Ltd.
A house where yesteryear’s integrity meets the charming modernity of the current era with a promise of timelessness.
SNN RAJ-N, ELECTRONICS CITY, BANGALORE
SNN RAJ-N, ELECTRONICS CITY, BANGALORE
3A Architects
Left out balcony space converted to beautiful sit out. Added art work made by mud artists, cane artists and metal art work.. All made by Indian tribal people from Agartala and surrounding areas..
Indian Affair
Indian Affair
Puru- Home Ensemble
Amidst the extreme winter of life in the Pandemic, we thought of bringing hope and some summer elegance to a hi terrace. Set into a contemporary Indian heritage theme, the bright yellow walls open an opportunity for us to play with the soft furnishings which have multiple vibrant colours, this approach is used to intensify the exotic Indian feel. We've paired this feeling of warmth and comfort with tropical energy that is brought in through handpicked lush foliage that creates a soulful aura within and around the space. We've picked up an artisans charm like decorating scheme, by layering it up in textile prints. The key is not to be stern and strict with matching the patterns, as the inherent nature of the block print itself speaks that no two designs are the same, Hence the use of clashing patterns magnifies the individual uniqueness of each design itself. We've kept a tonal colour palette while playing and having fun with the designs. Pops of contrasting colour on tableware along with the accessories are a fitting accompaniment to achieving a crisp design. Each piece is intricately picked up with a summerful feeling to add comfort, utility and emotions to space.
Whether you want inspiration for planning an indian terrace & balcony renovation or are building a designer terrace & balcony from scratch, Houzz has 225 images from the best designers, decorators, and architects in the country, including Soul Architects and Consultants and 3A Architects. Look through terrace & balcony photos in different colours and styles and when you find an indian terrace & balcony design that inspires you, save it to an Ideabook or contact the Pro who made it happen to see what kind of design ideas they have for your home. Explore the beautiful indian terrace & balcony ideas photo gallery and find out exactly why Houzz is the best experience for home renovation and design.