Many of us don’t give a lot of attention to our Balconies, but it is a great facility we can use & enhance and make it look like the part of our house. Discover some of the great Balcony Ideas to Transform your space- no matter how tiny or big it is.
No matter how tiny it is, your balcony has a lot of Design Potential. Here are some of the Ideas and inspirations you can use to recreate your balcony.
Add a Table & Chair
If you like enjoying your morning or afternoon coffee outdoor, then you need a cafe table and a chair. If you have a tiny space, select one that folds up so that you can easily store it afterward.
Fill your Balcony with plants to create a calm and soothing atmosphere you can please your eyes with while sitting outside. Add some herbs to make your balcony smell as good as it looks!
A Comfy Floor Sofa
There’s no need to opt from uncomfy chairs when you can always go for comfortable floor sofa or cushions. these will cost you less and make your balcony more exotic. Choose some Colorful and Comfortable pillows for the sofa that can do double duty; cozy + vibrant.
Hang a Hammock
A hanging chair or hammock create a laid-back vibe and you can relax on it anytime you want. This will give beauty plus you will enjoy sitting on it.
Add some Shade
If your balcony is right up against your neighbor’s, or just need some shade from the sun, add tall plants like bamboo to create a natural wall, or an umbrella or even curtains. You can also hang bamboo shades that can be raised and lowered as needed.
Hang items on the wall
Hang planters or weather-resistant art to help your balcony feel like an extension of your apartment.
Give yourself plenty of light for late-night hangouts by installing an outdoor pendant or sconces. If you’re renting, go for string lights or outdoor lanterns.
Design a Space for Barbeque
What’s better than an Eating hour outside? Set up a small barbeque grill which fits the size of your balcony and enjoy the weather with food.
Add a spot to Recline
Whether you want to soak up the sun or curl up with a book, an outdoor daybed or lounge chair is all you need for a restful retreat