Balcony Interior Design

Most balconies are often left drab and absent of life, and unjustly so. Think of it as your own private space in the sky; your little reflection zone; or just your own little space to take in that knockout view few can boast of having.

Here’s what you can do to create that piece of oasis in the sky.

  • Get outdoor furniture that’s double-duty. Instead of loose chairs and tables, invest in a daybed that can seat multiple people, and also work as a functional storage space.
  • Likewise, consider built-in seating and tables flushed to the walls, rather than loose furnishings which will inevitably take up more space.
  • A balcony is often used as a mini garden to place your potted plants. But if you’re short on space, get vertical planter hangers or wall hooks to stow your gardening accessories.

If you are blessed with a larger-than-average balcony, lucky you! You might want to think about incorporating alfresco dining or a reading nook in your expansive balcony.

Or, have your own herb garden right at home – here are some tips to start a herb garden at home, and the suggested list of herbs to help you get started.

Balconies deserve more than just laundry drying. Go on, design it. Start browsing and get inspired: