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A balcony garden extending your home

Make your balcony a space for getting deep into your gardening hobby. All the greenery, storage that keeps things tidy, and rich lighting help create an atmosphere that adds an exciting extra room to your home. Scroll down for inspiration in setting up a small balcony garden.

A birch kitchen trolley, a bamboo shelving unit, a cabinet and wall storage with plants and gardening items all around.
A birch kitchen trolley, a bamboo shelving unit, a cabinet and wall storage with plants and gardening items all around.

Shelves to show off your plants

Filling a high shelving unit with plants creates a vibrant wall of green – with useful storage space too. This one is made in hard-wearing bamboo, which makes it extra well-suited for this kind of use in this kind of space.

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Bamboo RÅGRUND shelving units with plants and storage, behind a birch kitchen trolley with an anthracite YNGVAR bar stool.
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    Organic organization

    As a gardener, the things on your pegboard will probably also add a decorative touch. A cabinet below gives you convenient storage for what you’d rather keep out of sight – and extra space on top for cultivating seedlings.

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    SKÅDIS pegboards with gardening items, a green steel cabinet with seedlings on top, two FRIHULT wall lamps and a big plant.
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      Add layers of light

      Combining several sets of lighting – ceiling spotlights, hanging lighting chains, and a row of wall lamps – gives your balcony garden a dynamic look with a bit of depth and makes it easy to dial in a nice atmosphere at any time of day.

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      A green cabinet, a black table and BROR shelving unit, with FRIHULT wall lamps, lighting chains and ceiling spotlights.
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