French balconies (or faux balconies) are a type of protective barrier for long French windows or doors.
French balconies do not jut out of the building and do not have floor surface. This type of balconies is an ideal solution for buildings where the space is limited.
Here are the main features of a French balcony:
French balconies come in various styles and designs to suit different architectural preferences and functional needs. Here are some common types of French balconies:
These are just a few examples of the many types of French balconies available. The choice of balcony style depends on the building’s architecture, the desired aesthetic, and the functional requirements of the space.
French balconies and verandas are two distinct architectural features, each with its own purpose and characteristics. Here’s a brief comparison between the two:
|Design & Function
|Limited outdoor space
|Ideal for various activities, dining, gatherings
|Offers some seclusion
|Varies but may be less private
|May require more upkeep
|Usually more cost-effective
|Generally more expensive to build and maintain
The cost of a smaller and simpler French balcony is $1,000 to $3,000 in general, while larger, custom-designed balconies with high-end materials can exceed $10,000 or more. For a moderately sized and well-crafted French balcony with standard materials, you might expect to budget between $4,000 to $7,000.
French balcony is a very stylish and useful design feature – it provides more light to the house and allows you to open French doors for safe ventilation. French balconies are used for more than just safety reasons, they also add exquisite decorative touch to apartment.
Art Metal Workshop specializes in manufacturing and installation of bespoke French balconies.
We offer various designs of custom made French balconies at the most affordable prices in Toronto. You can also create a design of your own with the help of our creative designers. For more than 28 years we have been helping our clients choose the best solution for their interior.
Please, contact us to get more detailed information about wrought faux balconies in Toronto. Discuss all the features of your ideal French balcony and our specialists will offer a number of variants to meet your needs.