Creating a Mediterranean balcony - the most beautiful ideas
A Mediterranean balcony is an oasis of relaxation. Certain plants and materials as well as terracotta should not be missing from the planning.
Bringing a touch of the Mediterranean on your own balcony will shift your holiday into everyday life. Putting together pots and accessories in summery colors is fun and conjures a Mediterranean mood. Citrus plants and oleanders are a perfect match.
Metal - Building Material of the South
In southern countries, much work is done with metal. A small but very nice privacy shield offers a metal shelf. This saves space and does not seem constricting. With flower boxes made of terracotta you create Mediterranean flair. Fragrant rosemary bushes in flower tubs and red-flowering cylinder brushes between them give the impression of being on the Mediterranean Sea. Rustic balcony furniture on a mosaic floor completes the picture.
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Mediterranean flair with citrus plants
A Mediterranean balcony with delicate fragrances succeeds with lemon and olive trees , Oleander in a rich warm color goes perfectly with it. These potted plants love the heat and thrive on a south-facing balcony. Balcony furniture made of white or colored metal completes the ensemble. A warm wooden tile floor makes a perfect balcony.
For plant lovers - old grapevines
Often less is more. A single standing old vine in the matching flowerpot already gives Mediterranean flair. For summer oasis, the balcony is surrounded by blooming bougainvillea and hibiscus. The fast-growing grapevine is suitable for greening the wall or as a screen. With a little luck, the first grapes will mature at the end of October.
Mediterranean balcony - the details
Mediterranean plants need plenty of sunlight. The flower pots should not be placed too close together. Larger plants belong to the rear. Various sizes and shapes of pots loosen up the picture.
The chairs can be fitted with colorful cushions, which in any case have to match the tablecloth and the parasol. With metal lamps and lanterns conjures also without much effort southern flair. Now enjoy a glass of red wine by candlelight - and let your mind wander. A Mediterranean balcony makes it possible.