Balcony Decorating Ideas

Balcony decorating ideas is part of home exterior design for your home design, especially for you who have 2 floor home design. If you could arrange your balcony in good way, you would have beautiful balcony. Actually, balcony also has the same function as terrace. The function of balcony also for becoming the place to have a relax place. But here, balcony has different taste since it would make you have beautiful view of your environment. Then, actually, how to manage the balcony so that it would seem to be nice place for you and family? Actually there are many kinds of balcony decorating ideas that would be good for you but still it depends on the style of your home design.

Balcony Idea with Wooden SculptureBalcony idea with wooden sculpture

For example, if you have  a minimalist design, the shape of your balcony  is a simple balcony with horizontal and vertical steel fence. Then, if you have a traditional or classical home design, the suitable design of your balcony is that you could have wooden fence. Then, if you want to make or build balcony, you should consider about the direction of the should not make a balcony in the direction of the sunset because the light of the sunset would be hotter and it could destroy the wall paint. Then, if it is not possible, you could add some plants that would be cover for the wall. Just choose the medium plants for the design of the balcony.

If we take a look at the balcony idea above, we could see a simple decoration for the balcony. in that decoration, there are some small plants in the pots. then, there is one stone bench and table in placed in the corner of the design. beside that, this design is interesting since there is wooden sculpture behind the plants. this idea is very nice idea since the sculpture could add the natural look of the balcony design.

Romantic Balcony IdeaRomantic balcony idea

Another idea for having interesting balcony decorating idea is that by having romantic balcony idea. what does it mean by romantic design? in this design, there are some hanging plants that make it very fresh. Beside that, adding white sofa is great idea since you could spend much of your time there while laying down your body. This balcony is becoming very romantic since there is additional lamps behind the hanging plants and the lamps are also hanging together with it.

Simple Balcony IdeaSimple Balcony idea

In the picture above, it could be seen the simple idea of balcony design. It is common the balcony is decorated by some plants and flowers. Then, adding table and chairs also great idea since you could have some leisure time there.

So, what do you think about those balcony decorating ideas? don’t you want to have it as one of your balcony decorating ideas i your home?

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86 thoughts on “Balcony Decorating Ideas

  1. Kylie Dahlia Eileen M.

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  2. Annie Emmalynn Paloma U.

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  3. Max Lee Ralph

    This post is a incomplete in my opinion. You also need to your legs at 90 degrees (90 between foot and tibia, 90 between tibia and thigh and 90 between thigh and trunk). Your forearm should also be approx 90 degree from your humerus. Once that is set, you can at adjusting table height. Or adding foot rests.

  4. Aadhya

    Wow, more light in there than I would expect. Am wondering about moisture – I had a friend whose apartment was half-underground and when it rained worms would up through his carpet.Is all that firewood for that one cramped bedroom stove?

  5. Caroline_Zendaya

    My husband & I went to Sweden 9 years ago & loved it. We stayed in Stockholm for 4 days & then went to Vasteras for 4 days. In Stockholm we stayed at the Birger Jarl hotel & it was wonderful- small, smartly designed rooms, breakfast. They would even pack picnic lunches for us!Before our trip, I got Swedish language tapes from the library (yep, cassette tapes) & the language practice really helped us around. It was fun trying to things & in restaurants, even though we were quite 🙂 Most everyone appreciated our efforts. I know traveling internationally is easier now with phones translating for us, but even a bit of will accelerate a long way.

  6. Finnegan

    Here is where I to be yelled at by the AT community…First, I want to point out that this is not an expensive table. Relative to budgets, yes, it is pricey; relative to other tables, it is not. in mind that retailers high markups, which means that after you out their markup, and the manufacturers markup, you are left with extremely that went into materials and production. That’s not to say that it is inherently quality or ill-made, it’s something to in mind when making your decision.I recommend you the refund they offered and away. After four tables you are not happy, and it is unlikely that you will accumulate one that is satisfactory. I am assuming this is a wood table, and wood is a extremely material (despite what most people believe). Based on the damage described it is probably not being handled properly during storage or transport, this will not change from table to table.If you weigh your options and that it is in your best interest to this table, perhaps you should talk to the retailer about having the repaired at their cost. It might not sit well with you, but this is actually quite common, especially with high-end furnishings. Mis-handling furniture is common, so any furniture retailer worth their salt has a repair company on dial for when it happens.

  7. AlinaGuadalupeTinsley

    The last two times I moved I was fairly ruthless in unburdening myself of unused and unnecessary stuff. Each morning I would leave usable, decent stuff on the sidewalk with neatly written signs stating what the things were, and that they were free. Books were lined up neatly with the spines visible in a cardboard box.THE best feeling was when I would area from work and every last thing was gone. I felt great! I no longer had to lug this stuff around, and I knew it was being by someone who wanted it badly enough that they had to it home.The only two things that didnt disappear were an (but workable) scanner, and a Manga romance amusing book.

  8. Margot.Cameron

    I Dwell linens. with a flair–and they often sales. Or you could “google” Dwell and other sites that carry the line on sale.And Lulu DK has fabric that can be made into duvets. It came to mind when you mentioned “tropical”…but alas, not cheap!

  9. Jonah Aydin C.

    This is an house, and unusually Jason and Sarah acquire managed to it more amazing, not less. The only thing I is the front door. Looks a bit panely. Replacing a door is expensive and hard, though. When the house was new, I imagine it might had a hilarious ornate Mediterranean-style door, though I would recommend something plain. The door surround windows are fantastic!

  10. Penny@1990

    I actually liked the before better. To compose it attractive would be to simply assume the personal pictures and some art reproductions in frames and the doilies. The after does not gape comfortable or personable. is not always better.

  11. Edgar_Alberto

    My busybody neighbor, trying to be “helpful,” to call up the various lawn service companies in town for estimates on how it would cost to improve my (admittedly sparse) lawn. Not just an over-the-phone estimate either — the companies would actually approach out and tromp around my backyard and leave a augury on my door listing everything that was cross with my lawn.

  12. Miya 2002

    @Stream13–yep; before was tired (and mustard?), but we saw details we no longer see. it may be texture of milk paint as well. cane should be contrasting, or left natural if it was so at start. let us chalk it up (hah) as an example.

  13. Viviana Carter Hadassah H.

    Ikea surprisingly sells some appealing and light-weight pieces where you stretch the canvas around the wood frame yourself at home. The some oversized options too.

  14. Maxim B.

    Oh and never, Never, NEVER those in-tank toilet cleaning tablets that chlorine! The chlorine attacks and breaks down the rubber gaskets in the tank, causing leaks. These gaskets are on the flapper valve seat, tank-to-bowl bolts and flush valve. When these gaskets leak, its a headache to change them.You can chlorine based products in the bowl, since there are no rubber gaskets there (the wax ring in the bad of the toilet is not damaged by chlorine, but will dry out eventually).

  15. AlexisKarlieHalle

    Bought one in NJ Paramus store. comfortable and attractive. But ,,,, there is a jam with stability of both front legs. Metal hardware for attachment of legs is not secured to wood of frame adequately. When legs are attached .. (* into metal hardware on sofa extremely tightly) .. they wobble. Looking for confirmation or further information on this issue. I will post after return visit to Ikea..

  16. Stephanie Leighton C.

    Green that is not so for the walls, a celadon, only a yellower would with the cabinets. And a contrasting but complementary backsplash- paint or tile in a pattern or texture with some interest would pop nicely. Displaying some cooking equipment that you actually adds some personality, too.

  17. Curtis_Jamari

    Living in Japan for several years, where night-time usage of air conditioning units are fanatically linked to about every summer-time ailment, and energy costs are ridiculous, my husband and I became accustomed to leaving the A/C off. Having recently moved to Dallas, we kept up the habit. But to be fair, this is most likely due to our concrete walled and floored apartment, high ceilings and two strategically placed ceiling fans…and less about Japanese stoicism.

  18. Danica

    @ ColeenMM – not arguing the usefullness or necessity of laptops (I absorb 2, one work and one personal use). hoping to be to those that them in preventing discomfort by sharing ergonomic info on how best to them up.

  19. Arturo Amarion L.

    confession: I recently replaced most of my CFLs with evil, energy-* “crystal clear” incandescents. The light is beautiful, and it gets me through the days and nights of winter.

  20. Quincy.Gordon

    @JlynnDCAs the duly appointed representative of the Four Footed Coalition, I would to assert both my surprise and at such a suggestion! No self-respecting cat would even of destroying jewelry!Do be aware however, that all members of the Four Footed Coalition are indeed well-versed in how to store jewelry quite safely. In fact, if you should ever feel a need, please prevail upon your local member of the FFC by simply leaving the that you wish to into storage on any random table and simply walking away. They will happily ensure that it is secreted away into our patented Secret location before your return to the room and the itself shall be returned to you most likely upon Day when you to either your bed or perhaps a major appliance. Most likely. And, for this service, all that is required is a supply of nip and lots of petting.Thank you,MidnightFFC Local #113(Side-effect of utilizing the Secret may include: yelling, screaming, tears, as well as the overwhelming to randomly pieces of furniture for the next several months in a vain attempt at hope. Return of all jewelry stored in any dapper Secret is not guaranteed. Your results may vary.)

  21. Marquis

    I am so sick of the knee * defensiveness surrounding NYC. Yes, the city offers tons of things to and loads of bright people, but how is it to work – life balance? I spent a total of about 13 years in York, interrupted by a four year stint in Europe. And yes, while the city is great, many of its offerings can be replicated by a Paris or Berlin (culture, pace, feel, international denizens) – but with one difference: the work life balance abroad is substantially better. We are currently assist in the city now, but try to employ as many months abroad as possible (husband and I both work for EU based entities) and canNOT wait to assist permanently. People often cite the pulse and dizzying of the city as intensity – but I for plenty of people over time it soon reveals itself to be an annoying rat of millions, who by default live to work and not work to live. I will my Northern Euro lifestyle of social benefits and professional development over that nonsense any day.

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  23. Marina-Hunter-Yasmin

    I shinny floors and I them. I also a white Persian cat and a Cavalier Charles dog. I vacuum once a week and mop (Swiffer) once a month which I done in all my homes over the years,carpet or wood floors. I bag the wood warm and masculine and I more with pet hair on the upholstery than the floors. Unless you are really adverse to housework with what you visually pleasing.

  24. Lillianna

    I never pay attention to laundry tags and wash everything. I the cycle with homemade soap and air dry. In my many years of washing, I only shrunk 2 things. One was 100% rayon and the other was boiled wool. Aside from those 2 items, all my wool, linen and silk beautifully in a cold water wash.

  25. Clara Marley Tori

    Buffet lamps are my first thought. it simple. Marshalls, TJ Maxx and Homegoods always a wonderful, well priced selection.Something this.Might some patience, but I found these at Marshalls in gold for $25 a piece. 🙂

  26. Natasha

    I might bear patio stones around the a/c units (so no grass) and built a similar wooden three sided box to sit on the patio stones, without sinking the posts. Would buttresses to preserve the box from falling over in the wind. Could one * and when I needed access to the units. I a similar three panel privacy of lattice topped with stained glass that has wooden planter boxes under the panels that act as buttresses (although there are hinges between the panels so I can angle the cloak in a “C” or “L”, and pull it in a straight line and pull it against house in winter to protect it from the snow).

  27. Tristan Colton Omarion A.

    I reuse mine I a hole in the center with a stick pin, a cramped of electrical tape, and a ziplock suction pump , my beans, sugar oatmeal etc. in it. leave tape loose over the hole and pump away, now your jar is sealed and your stuff will until ????? I heard of someone storing raisins, she had miss placed them found them twenty years later when taking down a water bed, opened them and they were perfectly fine.

  28. Erik Emanuel Morgan I.

    Ahhhhh….one of my fav tours of all time! I got such inspiration from your sense of material and placement. the mix of raw material with the polish and detail of pieces and accents. You both really bear an for creating a relaxing and aesthetically attractive space! I am to know about the kitchen cabinets. Obviously the one next to the fridge is custom, but are the other cabinets Ikea? I want to Ikea cabinets but my husband is vehemently against it as all of our other Ikea procurements seem to a extremely short life span to them (i.e. the plywood breaks after a few years).

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