Ginger and Highstreet Condo Showroom Project


We enjoyed working on another project with BYU Design, http://www.byudesign.com.  The Ginger project, we provided the containers including the black bamboos for the balcony.

Bamboo Planter at Ginger Showroom

Bamboo Planter at Ginger Showroom. http://www.gingerliving.com

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The Highstreet project we provided permanent planters for their common areas.

Artificial Agave in Highstreet Showroom

Agave in Highstreet Showroom. http://www.southpointlife.com

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Container gardening


Planting season is here!!! The weather has been a bit hot for early June this year but we have been doing some projects the last few weeks for city homes and condos. Whether it is the entrance of your home or a small balcony, we can make your place your own santuary where you don’t want to leave. Make your outdoor space more attractive for home entertaining or just for relaxing after a day of hard work. Here are some photos of container gardening we have done last few weeks.


Give us a call or email if you require more information about container gardening for your balcony. 604-709-0082 or info@balconi.ca

Mandalay Project with BYU Design


Recently, we worked on another project with BYU for this time Mandalay residents in Richmond and was beautifully decorated with modern and chic furniture and patinings. BYU asked us decorate pool area and their common area with permanant arrangments.

We decorated with permanant plants in terrazo containers for the pool area. It look modern and clean.






This piece is situated in a corner of the games/entertainment room. The palm tree adds a nice touch to the room.



We also decorated with permanant arrangements for the games room. Two arrangments on the talbe and they are in the artifical water that look like real and hold the arrangment. All theses arrangements compliment very well with the furnitures BYU design selected for their client.

We were very happy with the outcome as the arrangements worked out well with BYU’s design. We look forward to future projects with BYU!