Balconies are that splendid part of the house where you get all the quality time to relax, especially on those sun-kissed evenings!
Anything from leg-stretched relaxation on the couch or a very busy phone call to be attended leads your paces to your balcony. This part of your abode is a small yet palatial structure that complements your joy in every way possible!
So today at Homify, we have taken the time to help you with 6 bright ideas to sculpt and refresh the style of your balcony.
Read down the passages to enrich yourself with these amazing concepts we've handpicked for you!
Let's start your amazing idea guide with this splendid balcony. A terrace-style veranda with all the goodness of lush greenery and minimal hues of mind boggling colors.
As you can see in the illustration here, the major part of the ambience is crowned with lush green plants.
Choose a perfect corner of the balcony and furnish it with a long-line armless sofa towards the extreme end. A seating in this angle would give a wider view of the scenic facade that surrounds the arena.
Finish the seating with two low-built iron wrought tables placed in the angled center of the sofa. Now that you're done with the furnishing, next comes the most vibrant and challenging part of the fun—the gardening! Choose minimal flowering plants and a lot of air purifying plants.
Instead of the normal mud pots, use huge ceramic pots to sheath the plants. You can go for plants like Boston Fern, Peace Lily, and Hydrangea!
To compliment the look of it, shield the exteriors with potted pines—these trees are really good for aeration and keep pests away.
To top the entire look, seal your ceiling with nothing better than a wood-pillared arch that runs the whole square of the balcony. You can run your Ivy on the pillar and make the way for a green-roofed paradise!
You might live in an apartment that shoots the challenges of having your dream balcony. Don't worry—we have the right suggestion for you to make your balcony look seemingly desirable.
Firstly, do not overcrowd the space with too much furniture or plants. Remember, you have limited space here, and you need maximum space for yourself. Furnish a maximum of 2-3 bamboo sofas and a small round coffee table on one peaceful corner of the balcony.
Compliment your sofa with plush and soft brown matte cushions—you can master the choice of hues! Polish the floor before anything else because you are trying to make the maximum from the little space available.
Use medium-sized ceramic pots and plant nothing but palms. The idea behind this is to provide your sun-kissed evenings with more fresh air to revive your mind.
You can also opt for a hanging garden—and make sure you use the perfect plants that complement the look of your balcony. Now this idea is just the perfect match where space is a barrier!
You love colors in everything and you are the person who dreams of having a colorful balcony—go for it!
This amazing balcony style is not just mind-boggling, but breathtaking in its own kind. To make your balcony colorful, focus on what makes the colors than just crumbling the already less space with everything!
Choose a wall-cornered section and furnish a simple sofa there. Adorn the finish with colorful quilts and embellished covers. Towards the interior side, use that vintage-style cycle pot crowned with miniature flowering plants.
Now let's move on to adding a touch of decor—go for a wall sticker of your choice and have it stuck on the wall behind your sofa. Finish the looks with minimal wall hangings and paintings.
Towards the extreme frontier, ace the looks of that simple hand grill with hanging flowering pots and climbers. You can also highlight the ambience with an old lantern or hanging light you have.
This idea kills the thought of having less space and adorns your balcony to be an envious compartment overlooked by many!
Now that's what you call compact and of less space! You might be wondering how to even move about or set up a garden here.
Well, that's what we are here for—to help you with everything related to building and interiors! This concept is a minimal and an easy task.
Concentrate more on the decor—crown the facade with beautiful flowering plants potted in ceramic containers. You can choose to have Camellia, Nerium Oleander, and Jasmine climbers to finish the look.
Have the corner furnished with nothing grand but a simple wooden chair. This look gives you that feel of sitting in the park reading your favorite book!
An airy and well-sequenced balcony of this kind is a wonderful idea to bless your relaxation with all the life and energy.
Have you ever imagined of getting the maximum out of every room in your house, including your balcony?
Well, if that's the case, then just glance through this concept!
A lavish space blessed with everything minimal yet posh in your own balcony.
To start with the look of it, choose that peaceful corner and seat a medium-sized statue of Buddha. As we all know, this Feng Shui concept is known to bring peace and positive energy while evading negativity out of the house.
Attire either side of the statue with wooden-style sofas spaced with a minimal white cushion and bright-hued quilts. A big bamboo lantern overlooking the small low-built wooden coffee table in the angled center of the sofa completes the look of the whole concept.
Moving on to the other end, furnish a small and elegant dining table for relaxed evenings and friendly get-togethers, especially when you have guests around. Remember—we are trying to make the maximum of the space here!
Hanging pots with indoor plants, both herbal and flowering ones are a great idea to add to the overall essence of the looks.
If you have old tiles or leftover bits of them, you can make a sequenced wall decor out of it and add to one of the walls!
Our tip here would be to keep everything minimal since too much of additions would overdo the splendid looks of your balcony.
Now this style of a balcony is more like a major part of your interiors than an extending outlet from your house.
The concept here is a fusion of interiors that focus on giving your home a grand touch of royalty. Firstly, the balcony is shielded with long-sized glass panes that overlook the wonderful facade outside.
Furnish the integral part of the balcony with a simple wooden round table complemented by two chairs for fun-filled relaxations. Add more to the look by mounting a wooden cross-grilled chandelier chained to the ceiling above the table.
On the aligned wall in front, mount a big LED TV overlooking a low built draw-style cupboard housing your important accessories. You can pick few vintage-style brass jugs and bamboo lantern to ornate the look with a touch of vintage essence.
Try to utilize all the space with something interesting and useful—even the walls! On the deep end near the TV, you have an empty wall space and it's time to think of something innovative!
Make a bookshelf or a CD stand to hold all your classic collections.
The overall look of this balcony fosters the concept of reviving space and making the best of everything attractive—of course, with a vintage touch to every angle!