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A Window Of Opportunity // <br>Transform an unused space with a Balcony Skylight

A Window Of Opportunity //
Transform an unused space with a Balcony Skylight

You know that unused space in your attic that you’ve always dreamed of turning into a loft? It would make a great extra bedroom, a fun playroom for the kids, or perhaps that craft room that you’ve always wanted. The problem is the lighting is poor up there and there’s no means of egress. For less expense and hassle than installing dormers, the geniuses over at Velux have invented a very clever solution.

Velux roof window photo

Introducing the Velux Cabrio Balcony Skylight. The Velux Cabrio skylight lets in beautiful natural light when closed, and then opens in seconds into a rooftop terrace with breathtaking views. Add fresh air, sunshine, and a great view to your attic space with this innovative skylight. See it in action here:

Architects and interior designers often refer to the ceiling of a room as the “fifth wall”. Skylights can transform the ceiling into a design element that opens up the room to new possibilities. The Velux Cabrio skylight brings much more than natural light into a space, it gives occupants the opportunity to fully experience the outdoors with a rooftop view and fresh air breezes.

Velux roof window photo
Velux roof window photo

When closed the Velux Cabrio balcony skylight looks like a standard roof window, but it’s so much more than that. In seconds it easily transforms into a private rooftop balcony. 

Velux roof window photo

For more information on the Velux Cabrio balcony skylight contact your Horner sales rep, give us a call at 800-543-5403, or request more info here.

Velux roof window photo


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  • Timothy Slaughter
    May 15, 2018, 8:52 am REPLY

    Wow it’s just looking amazing. How nicely you done it i am just wondering. I am getting inspire to see this and i decided to transform on my home like this way. Can you tell me what the name of this white color and how days you needed to complete this. Thanks for the sharing your experience with all of us.

  • Ethan Hansen
    June 5, 2019, 3:35 pm REPLY

    Comment *I found it interesting how you mentioned how some skylights can fold outwards to become a balcony to enjoy the view. My wife and I are in the process of building our new home and we have wanted to implement a nice showpiece into the master bedroom that blows people away. I will keep this in mind as we search for skylights near us that fold out like this!