Spaces We Love: Beautiful Balconies In Singaporean Homes

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These local homes show us how to create an awesome balcony.


You might not notice it but decorating your balcony gives you an opportunity to explore a lot of ideas and stretch your mind’s creativity. Whether you just want a place to relax or a corner to spend your me time, having that additional outdoor space is an advantage for you.

Make it work for you with these awesome ideas from different Singaporean homes that will indeed create an inviting and relaxing place for you.

1. Design by Three-d Conceptwerke


Get easily connected to nature through a thoughtful sense of planning of your balcony. Instead of having the balcony all concrete, this home in Yio Chu Kang has an artificial grass turf installed on the floor added as well as the bespoke touches, which boosted the outdoor ambience.

2. Design by Carpenters


Or, you can turn your balcony into an al fresco dining space. This unit in Wandervale Condominium has a more efficient layout, thanks to an additional space used for dining. When doing this though, be sure to invest in quality materials and sturdy outdoor blinds since Singapore has a tropical climate.

3. Design by akiHAUS


Singapore has a very nice skyline, so a balcony that affords you that view is something to cherish. Depending on your location, you might want to transform your balcony into a viewing deck, complete with a telescope and comfy chairs, and get that kind of pleasure you’ll only experience when you take a peek at the night sky just like this home at Skyline 26.

4. Design by Story of Us


Make your high tea time even more glamorous by looking at the cityscapes. Forget about going out and hopping from one cafe to another when you can do it at the comfort of your own home. This unit in Bartley Ridge has a balcony setup that is fancy enough you’ll be excited to gather everyone for a lively chatter while munching on some homemade cookies and freshly-baked pastries and enjoying a cuppa.

5. Design by Prozfile


Sometimes, having less is more. If you don’t want to break the bank in renovating your balcony, you can just transform it into a therapeutic nook where you can meditate, relax, and reflect on personal matters. Just look at how simple this balcony created by Prozfile for a home on Tampines Road. Clad with just a chair, a lighting fixture, and minimal wall decors, this balcony is a perfect getaway when you feel like taking a break.

6. Design by Free Space Intent


Show off your eclectic and vibrant personality by transforming your balcony into one, colourful space! This home at The Terrasse has a unique and colourful lounge with faux grass on the floors as well as playful seating options.

This article was first published on Cromly.

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