Even small balconies can deliver on style. Place an old bookshelf or plant shelf outside and fill it with potted plants, like the one seen here.
Lighting is key to a great balcony. Add lantern lights for ambience, and limit overhead lighting if you can. From
If your balcony opens directly into your bedroom, separate the space visually with an elegant curtain, like this one. Via .
Every balcony needs a place to relax. This hanging chair delivers on function but doesn't take up too much space - essential when you don't have much to work with! Via .
Every balcony needs plants. If you don't have room for a planter box, add small potted plants like these. Via .
Work with what you have. Here, the sloped wall provides a space for blankets and pillows, rather than going to waste as dead space. Via .
Nautical stripes are a classic look for balconies. Via .
Keep it cosy with soft, fluffy pillows, pillar candles and lantern lights. Remember, your balcony is a little oasis - add the creature comforts you need to relax. Via .
Don't have enough room for a full table? No worries. This drop-leaf table provides ample space for outdoor dining, without taking up too much space on the balcony. Via .
This teeny balcony is big on style. The corner chair provides comfort while the small side table offers a space for essentials like a glass of wine... and a copy of Our style Via .
How do we love this space? Let us count the ways. If you're blessed with a little extra room on your balcony, why not opt for a plush daybed? Via .
Think laterally when it comes to the layout of your balcony. While most of us face the seating outwards, toward the balcony's view, this layout makes the most of the room by placing the lounge against the balcony itself. Via .
Playing with height is a great way to make a small space appear bigger. Here, different sizes of plants offer the illusion of greater space. Via .
If space is at a premium, consider a vertical garden, like this one here. All you need is a wall! Via .
This narrow couch is #balconygoals. Via .
While a lone, bright overhead light is an ambience no-no, strings of small overhead lights make a space look totally magical. Via .
While dining outdoors is more casual than eating in, there's no need to skimp on the styling. From
Cosy up a hanging chair with a plush pillow and soft furnishings. From
Remember, your balcony is an opportunity for a calm oasis away from everything else. Make it your own with furnishings that make sense to you. From