Balcony Systems™ internal Juliet balcony adds ‘wow factor’

Satisfying clients’ requirements for natural light and the ‘wow factor’, this glass and aluminium Juliet balcony from Balcony Systems makes a dramatic internal statement for a contemporary selfbuild home.

James and Angela Lewis installed the two-metre wide Juliet balcony with a brushed satin silver handrail in the master bedroom overlooking the vaulted lounge at their barn conversion-styled property near Chelmsford, Essex.They said: “It has made the end of the bedroom so very light and we get wonderful views over the lounge and the fields beyond.We had always planned for this aperture in the bedroom to have some sort of glass screen or balcony, but the finished product from Balcony Systems is just fantastic.”

The couple, who took two years to complete the build, added: “We think this great balcony is one of the best features in the house and it has really made our new home. Every new visitor always comments on it and the ‘wow factor’ has really been established.”

Balcony Systems is a specialist in sophisticated glass and aluminium balustrading solutions and stunning curved patio doors, supplying straight or curved external and Juliet balconies to exact client specifications.

From a single balustrade to multi-apartment developments, the company works with architects, designers and specifiers to deliver the most cost-effective, stylish and durable balustrade solution.

For more details, contact Balcony on 01342 410411 or email

600450 Balcony Systems™ internal Juliet balcony adds ‘wow factor’
Date: 25 January 2013
Source: Balcony Systems

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