How to decorate a hygge balcony and not die in the attempt
Summer is coming and you’re probably thinking about redecorating your balcony. If so, this post is perfect for you. Creating a warm, cozy, fresh atmosphere that makes anyone feel at home can be your goal for decorating your balcony. In other words, a hygge atmosphere.Although the favorite season of hygge is winter, summer does not have to be left out to achieve this look. And the best thing of all is that you can do it with a few accessories, that’s the key to having a hygge atmosphere in your balcony: Create sensations through accessories and plants.
Cushions and blankets
This will be key to adding warmth and comfort to your balcony. If you don’t have much space for a modular sofa you can use a nice rattan chair, add a cushion and a small table.
If you want to give a vibrant feeling you can use cushions with colorful and random patterns.
Get the global style
If you want something more calm or romantic you can use neutral colors on the cushions, they can be entire color or with subtle patterns.
Don’t forget the blankets to continue enjoying summer even at night when the temperature drops a little.
Candles around or at the foot of the balcony, on the table maybe. You simply cannot miss candles in your deco if you want to achieve a hygge look. Candles at night will look very beautiful and will give a very cozy look on your balcony.
Whether they are inside lanterns, glass jars or outdoor candles, you will not regret including them in your deco.
You can also use small lanterns with LED lights that can be hung from the ceiling of your balcony.
Pots and plants
Do not forget the dose of freshness! Include pots and plants, will give your balcony a fresh look and will make you and your guests feel in touch with the natural world.
Use pots in natural color and neutral as white and gray, and plants with only green foliage if you want a sober look.
If yours is a calm and cheerful style you can use white, pastel yellow and pink pots. I would also include some roses or colored flowers in some pots or hanging from the balcony or a wall.
For a more vibrant and tropical look, you can use plants like dwarf palm or a similar one with long, green leaves.
And … voilà!
You have a hygge balcony and as you can see it is not difficult to achieve.
Can you imagine taking a lemonade and reading your favorite book? I do!