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A balcony that’s fit for fall

01-Aug-2015
Just because you have a small balcony doesn’t mean you can’t make a big impact. And just because it’s cooler outside doesn’t mean you should be cooped up inside. To show you what we mean, we asked Interior Designer, Anna, to give us her best tips for outfitting a balcony for fall.
 A cozy balcony with lit LED light chains, a canopy, lanterns with lit candles and a sofa filled with cushions and sheepskin rugs.
A sofa filled with throws, cushions and sheepskin rugs.
Comfy coziness
Blankets, sheepskin, cushions, windshields… Keep the chill away with tons of textiles.
A close-up of a round handwoven rug.A basket filled with throws in brown and beige.A close-up of a handwoven rug.
A close-up of a lit LED lighting chain.
Lots of light
When the sun goes down set the mood with candles, lanterns and strings of lights. You’ll never want to go back indoors.
Three battery-operated LED block candles seen from above.A tray with three tealight holders in yellow-brown glass with lit candles.A cozy balcony with lit LED light chains, a canopy, lanterns with lit candles and a sofa filled with cushions and sheepskin rugs.
Greenery
You can swap out your warm weather plants for some that can hold up to the cold. And we don’t mean one or two. Take it all the way and max out the space with as much green as possible if that’s what you like.
A woman arranging flowers in a vase.A balcony with outdoor seating filled with cushions and a lot of plant pots with green plants.A close-up of a brown plant pot with a green plant.A close-up of a beige plant pot with a green plant.