Sunday, August 30, 2009

My Sunny Balcony

If you too, like me love to hang out in balconies and want to make it that perfect place to relax and rejuvenate, here are 4 highly creative individuals from My Sunny Balcony, who will transform your balconies into a beautiful retreat:-)
These individuals are Sriram Aravamudan, Shailesh Deshpande, Athreya Chidambi and Reena Chengappa. They are not only passionate about their work but also about the environment. This aspect is reflected in all the stages of their work.Whether it is getting eco-friendly garden options or to the organic manure that they use for their plants, everything is well thought out. Their knowledge about various species of plants and how well they grow in different environments is commendable.
You can choose from various themes like Zen, Traditional, European, Mexican etc. They will transform even a small space to a work of art:-)
They collaborate with various artists to enhance the theme of their gardens.
Here is one such artist painting a Bodhi tree for one of their clients.The earthern pots are custom-made for each client based on their requirements and theme.An old world charm incorporated in one of their many balcony transformations:-)
So if you are in Bangalore and have even a small balcony space, do contact them. They will come with their green thumbs & eco-friendly optimism and transform your space into one sunny balcony:-)

(Photos from My Sunny Balcony.com, Anita Bora)

21 comments:

Monika,Ansh said...

lovely :)

Shalini said...

I've heard about this group of people! What a great concept it is. I loved the painting of the tree on the wall, such a great way to personalize the space.

rochambeau said...

Hi Arch,
These are great examples of how imagination can change everything!
Beautiful balcony gardens you share.
Hope you are well.

Constance

Inkivääri said...

Really beautiful - colourful but also tranquil:)

Zaara said...

Beeyoootiful! Lovely inspiring ideas, thanks for sharing......

purplehomes said...

Have heard about them, what a great concept

Nidhi said...

I heard about them from metblogs and they are coming home tomorrow toredo my terrace...im all excited!!!

Priya said...

Hi Archana,
I've been following your blog for quite sometime now..its lovely! Especially love the reader's creative spaces series...and all the simple decor ideas that can transform any drab space.
I'm a banglorean , recently moved to my small flat that has a teeny weeny balcony. I had been making designs in my head ...to make my balcony a nice retreat ..and your post is giving me many many ideas. Thanks for sharing!!

Iniyaazh - இனியாழ் said...

So very beautiful. A lovely way to turn balconies into peaceful havens. Thanks for sharing this inspiring concept.

Shireena said...

These are truly inspiring spaces. Bamboo has such a calming effect. I find myself dreaming of roots and growth these days. Hopefully one day, hubs and I will have at least a little space for these dreams to blossom.

trueblue said...

Very creative concept !

Thanks for sharing it Archana :)

Someone said...

At the cost of sounding repetitive :) "lovely"!

I am a great fan of your postings and look forward to reading (seeing) them always.

Someday, hope to have a space like this of my own. Till then, thanks and please help keeping my dreams going...

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Sandhya said...

Nice post, Does anybody know where to get terracotta pots in bangalore. like the ones listed in this post. i am looking to plant few pots in my home... i can see only plastic pots in nurseries now a days...Thanks in advance

Sunita said...

I like the bamboo water spouts. So lovely to have such a pleasant spot to sit awhile and daydream!

Preeti Kashyap said...

lovely

The good life said...

these balconies look so heavenly.
thanks for introducing these artists

Uma said...

Aah...can I ask them to do up my balcony at Chennai?

Queen Of Småland said...

Beautiful and meditative!
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Anonymous said...

Great peace of interior collection thanks for sharing

Anonymous said...

Beautiful! :)