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Home visit: easy ideas for a small city balcony

Nature can feel far away when you live in the city. Try these tips to make the most of your balcon
– no matter how small – and create your own urban oasis.
Dark wooden furniture with white cushions on a balcony with pot plants.
Glasses, a carafe and pot plant on a wooden outdoor table.

Divide a small space

Konstancja and Jurij have made their compact balcony feel bigger and more useful by dividing it into different zones. Relaxed low seating gives them an outdoor living room, with a ‘coffee table’ for drinks and snacks. There’s also a separate dining space for when they have guests over, thanks to a fold-out table and chairs. RUNNEN decking brings the zones together.
Pot plants on a dark wood table with matching wooden chairs against balcony railings.

“We have to be smart with limited space. Fold-out furniture is
flexible and easy to move around. Using hanging planters
means the balcony feels full of greenery without taking up
floorspace.”

A portrait of Konstancja and Jurij.

Extend your home outside

When Konstancja and Jurij renovated their home, they had to rebuild the crumbling balcony and start afresh. ‘We like to utilise every corner of our home,’ says Jurij. ‘The balcony took a lot of work, but now it’s our favourite place to sit and have our morning coffee in the summer.’
We love to see our customers get creative with our products.
Go for it! But please note that altering or modifying IKEA
products so they can no longer be re-sold or used for their
original purpose, means the IKEA commercial guarantees and
your right to return the products will be lost.

 

Made by

Interior stylist: Ashlyn Gibson
Photographer: Benjamin Edwards