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Vinita Kunnath added this to 5 Clever Balcony Design Solutions to Make the Most of the Monsoon11 Jun 2018

4. Opt for weather-proof fabricsHere, designer Moriq chose outdoor upholstery fabric that would stand the test of time (and the elements). Fabrics must be mildew-resistant and even water-resistant or waterproof. Cushions made of polyurethane foam allow water to flow through. Also, make sure that the fabrics used for upholstery and cushion covers are solution-dyed acrylic fabrics, which are moisture-proof.

Vaishnavi Nayel Talawadekar added this to 12 Indian Homes' Balconies That Redefine the Art of Lounging8 Feb 2018

Bespoke arrangementIt doesn’t take a big budget to make an impression, says this Hyderabad balcony by Moriq. The open passage features a handful of elements. The army of tiny wall-climbing figurines form an accent on the right wall that matches the black railing in tone and simplicity. The bespoke furniture creates a laid-back, unfussy zone and is a fitting complement to the imposing checkerboard ceiling. Read more:What to Do With the Balcony?8 Balcony Designs for Urban HomesTell us:Which balcony did you like most? And let us know your suggestions on how to decorate balconies. Tell us in Comments below.

Aditi Sharma Maheshwari added this to Urban Indian Homes: 40 Incredible Exteriors21 Dec 2017

17. Architect: MoriqProject name: Villa 430Location: Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh

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