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13 Inspiring Rooftop Terrace Design Ideas

If you’ve always wanted to enjoy your balcony from the safety and comfort of your own home, then here are some roof terrace design ideas that might help. There are a number of different elements that make up a roof, including the roof, plinth and the amount of space available to you, which will influence the design you want to implement. Of course, you need to first consider whether to use your rooftop space to relax regularly, such as by doing hobbies or just relaxing with friends and family. You may also want to think about the pets you have and plan a design based on your pet. Also, if you have young children who are outdoors a lot and prone to getting hurt, this may also be a good place for you to install a patio so they can enjoy the outdoors without risking injury.

One popular idea that many people choose is a tent that opens. These are usually made of heavy duty canvas that is roof-mounted and can be easily rolled up for easy cleaning. There are many different styles available in a variety of sizes and colors, and most of them are designed with a retractable design. Some are made to allow you to open the tops for partial shade and for protection from direct sunlight during the hottest parts of the day, but once the sun goes down they can be closed again for a cooler effect.

A rooftop terrace can be a very efficient way to enjoy the great outdoors for entertainment. They can also be the best way for you to enjoy all the great activities possible from inside your home. Think about the types of furniture that are best suited for the roof, such as bar stools and tables, then think about how you can design a patio to accommodate them. If you want to add a little extra space to your home, a new roof may be what you need to increase the overall appeal of your home.

A
A section is furnished with a square outdoor woven coffee table and upholstered butterfly chairs. Wooden floors make this rooftop terrace bring out a natural feel.
A1
The fire table is an ethanol burner, set into a concrete table. Tall grass adds a little privacy to this outdoor decor.
A2
Horizontal skylights allow access to the stairs leading to the interior of the house. It acts as a skylight when closed.
A3
The floor of the roof terrace is made of concrete paving, while the area is covered with a cedar wood fence. A chaise lounge adds to the comfort of this area.
A4
This roof terrace features a metal tent decorated with string lights. A cross section encloses the built-in firepit, while the dining area provides rooftop dining in style.
A5
The trees in the planter are olive trees that love to be on a hot roof terrace. The purple plant is a mixture of Hidcote, Caradonna, and Viola cornuta Blue.
B
The navy blue floor is matched with palm leaf cushions, blending seamlessly and elegantly against the green tropical backdrop.
B1
Enhance your rooftop deck with a striking stainless steel BBQ and a luxurious plunge pool for an epic summer party.
B2
Try segmenting your roof with tall bushes to make efficient use of space and separate the dining area from the lounge seating.
B3
The low roof with natural shade makes for the perfect patio for hang out all day long.
B4
Umbrellas are always a wise decision when your deck is in direct sunlight for most of the day.
B5
Make sure you have a lounger for lazy days and relaxing in the sun.
B6
Add a rustic touch to your roof with white wood fences and accents.

Another interesting idea is to use this space as an extension of your kitchen. Sure, you don’t want to just serve food from here, but you can always have a barbecue and get-together here if you like. You can prepare a small grill or charcoal stove, or even cook in your outdoor pizza oven. Of course there are many possibilities that you can do with a roof terrace. All you need to do is find inspiration and start designing!