WFH? Take a break to read how to maximise the space on your balcony
Updated: Jul 13
Are you social distancing or self isolating? Are you rightfully so feeling very cooped up in your apartment? One of the best ways to combat this is to spend some time on your balcony throughout your day, take a breather and clear your mind.
Your balcony doesn’t have enough room you say? Well, we’ve compiled a list of ways to maximise the space on your balcony, leaving you with plenty of space to relax and take a break from your day.
Do you have plants and pots on your balcony? Why not hang them from the balcony rail or raise them onto a shelving unit? This will free up a lot of precious floor space and open up the area for furniture, bean bags or even more plants.
Not got any furniture to put out there? No problem. Layering the surface with blankets and cushions creates an inviting and warm environment for your cosy evenings out there counting the stars.
The sun doesn’t set on your side of the building? String up some water-safe fairy lights and create your own atmosphere to relax in. Couple this with a few candles or tea lights and you’re set.
Have a windowsill protruding from the wall? Use this vital space to store your plants, candles, blankets or even your cold glass of wine. Alternatively, use the window itself as a serving hatch and your flatmates can pass you through snacks and drinks when needed.
In these uncertain times, it is essential to surround yourself in happy and warm environments. Looking after yourself and those around you is paramount and this includes your wellbeing. What better way to take a break from it all than to go out onto the balcony with your music playing in your ears, drinking your favourite rosé and surrounded by blankets?
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