With houses getting smaller and smaller, large open gardens have become a thing of the past. Here are some really cool small balcony inspirations that not only retain the aesthetics of a garden but also create space to sit down and relax. Here we go with ten ways that can help you get the non-messy, organized and beautiful look!
- Use a Sleek Bench to Create the Ultimate Sit Out
It’s not always about boring, space occupying chairs. Long sleek sit outs like in this inspiration, can make the perfect space to enjoy an evening with your family and friends.
2. Use Wall Shelves for Planters
If your balcony isn’t sufficient enough to hold pots/plants, wall shelves and floating shelves work very well to hold small pots. That will leave you with ample space on the floor to arrange a sit out.
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3. Bifurcate the balcony
Separating the areas between plants and the sitting area in a balcony does not have to be a boring bifurcation . This inspiration is a perfect example where a small balcony can be made to look like a perfect evening sit out with the touch of greenery without occupying too much space.
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4. Use the Sink Area Creatively
If your balcony has a provision for a washbasin or a sink you don’t have to remove it. You can convert your balcony to a small barbecue area for a little week-end zing. There are plenty of barbecue grills available which are compact for use in small balconies. Floating shelves will give that extra place to hold small seasonal plants.
5. Try to use folding furniture if your balcony is a really small one
If your balcony is really tiny, you can make use of sleek folding furniture that are easy to use and prevent the hassles of day to day clean-up. Hanging planters can be used to create a minimalist garden look. Balcony grills are a perfect fit for such planters.
6. Recycle your old furniture to create a sit out for your balcony.
A small balcony can be host to recycled furniture. If your furniture is sleek, you can use them to make that little tete-a-tete after a tired day at work!
7. Minimalistic is the mantra
Filling up a small balcony might call for a lot of maintenance. A minimalistic balcony, as shown In this inspiration can give you that extra storage and a little space for a few plants. A cosy approach can be to enclose it with glass windows that allow all the sunlight to pass and when open some fresh air for your mind and body!