Rented homes are usually tailored to use the space efficiently, which means there is little to no space to sit and unwind at the end of a tiring day. If you have a balcony, you must look into making this space cosy yet stylish, but of course, while also taking care of the budget.
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Here’s how you can revamp your balcony without spending tons. Thinking of it as a project, go slow, and watch the space come to life.
1 – Seed Your Own Plants
Plants make any space feel great. On a balcony, they seem to bring lots of colours and, of course, fresh air. The more budget-friendly way to do this is by buying seeds and seeding them yourself. Make sure you go through plenty of YouTube videos before you invest in any items. Gardening can also serve as a great hobby.
2 – Buy Balcony Friendly Furniture
Balcony friendly furniture from IKEA or any other place is the best choice. This is because any other material may soak in the rain, get rusty, and may require to be redone by professionals. However, balcony friendly furniture, including chairs, swings, sofas, mats, dry themselves and do not get as dirty as the ordinary kind of furnite.
3 – Knit a Wall Hanging
Wall hangings look beautiful hung somewhere on the balcony. They add some drama and pattern to your little space. They look cosy and stylish, however, can be hefty on your pocket. The best way to go about it is to knit a wall hanging yourself. This will add up to your activities out of work and also facilitate the look.
4 – Clean Your Balcony on Set Dates
To keep the place feeling cozy, you must clean the balcony just as you clean spaces inside the apartment. The best way to do so is by marking the dates. Let’s say once every week would be great.
5 – Get Rid of Cobwebs and Insects
A balcony is an outdoor place, so, naturally, there will be bugs, insects, and cobwebs. You should make a homemade insecticide to keep that at bay and use a vacuum cleaner to get rid of any cobwebs.
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In today’s world, people spend hundreds of rupees on air filters to get fresh air inside their homes after extensive use of cleaning products, formaldehyde, chemical flame retardants, and more, heavily affecting indoor air quality. Instead of an air filter, think of natural solutions to the problem, such as sprucing up your home with a few plants, which are said to be one of the most influential and natural ways to purify the air.
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