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Get inspired by these terrace styles that we can create for you and your family.

Are you planning to install a terrace in your house? For a long time the space for the terrace has constantly changed. Each season a new model of terraces appears with different characteristics. If you have thought of an outdoor or indoor terrace, you must take into account the outdoor weather and how it can be affected. Having an open space is one of the most demanded solutions, but more and more people are opting for glass enclosures to protect the space. The enclosures can be open, semi-open or closed, so they allow you to configure the space in many ways. Not only do they create an airtight space, they also confer safety, comfort and longer life to the area designated as a terrace.

MINIMALIST This design for balconies and terraces is in fashion. It is characterized by having a space without too many ornaments or furniture, it is about achieving a place that has a balance in terms of colors and lighting. They usually have very few objects and the predominant color is white, although there are many combinations. OUTSIDE TO ENJOY THE VIEWS If you have good views you can always install a porch with a roof and glass enclosures. This area is an extension of the house that can be used in both winter and summer. For the enclosure you can use folding glass curtains that will allow you to open or close the structure according to the weather. Normally several armchairs or sofas are incorporated with a table in the center, although each person assembles it to their liking.

WINTER GARDEN If you have a garden you can use a part of it and turn it into an airtight room. In this way, in colder climates, you can enjoy the views of your garden without getting cold. These structures are metal and a glass is added to get more light in the room. CITY TERRACE In city flats, the available space is not always properly optimized. If the terraces are open, they are affected by the noise and pollution of the city. For this reason, a good option is to create an alternative room with a sliding pane glass enclosure. In this way the protective curtain can slide perfectly along the rails and the opening is more comfortable. With this design, space is optimized, sound and thermal protection is obtained, creating a rest area with lots of light inside.

COLONIAL STYLE When a person wants to have the best of a garden and the benefits of an open patio, then they go for a closed terrace. The colonial design is characterized by the direct connection with the garden creating an external and sheltered shaded area. In these enclosures, decorative elements such as plants, semi-open enclosures to improve ventilation and rustic wood roofs tend to abound, although there are other different configurations. These are the most used styles, then there are custom structures depending on the type of terrace.

TYPES OF TERRACE ACCORDING TO THE FORM The shapes of terraces and porches have evolved over time, so it is interesting to know what shapes are available: Flat: it is the simplest and can be adapted to almost all spaces. Curve: it can be combined with the flat one and creates convex arches improving the statics. Skirt: it has a ceiling with grooves that usually integrates well into the planes creating greater amplitude of the space. Pergolas: they let light through very well while creating shady spaces. The roof also has grooves and they are often used for times of high sun. Gazebo: These are usually isolated structures with closed, semi-open or open roofs. To choose the type of enclosure, it is important to consult several glassworks to see the compatibility with each type of space since not all glass structures can be configured in the different types of terrace that exist. With the information explained in this article you can have more criteria when choosing a type of terrace, although it is always recommended to consult with the installer to evaluate the best optimization of the space you have available.

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