8 balcony design ideas from real homes in Singapore
Originally a three-bedder with a family room, the apartment is now compartmentalised into one spacious living and dining room, as well as one master suite. The living room feels even more spacious thanks to the large balcony. See more of this condo balcony design here.
This green wall is so luxuriant that “many cars have stopped by along the road to look at it. There was even a passer-by who requested to come in for a look – he stayed for half an hour just admiring it,” shares the homeowners. See more of this HDB balcony design here.
A sofa set for the expansive balcony space turns the balcony into a second living room, where the homeowner hosts wine-drinking sessions with her friends. See more of the home here.
Design: Project File
The custom-designed suspended tabletop is a good option for small spaces, since it doesn't take up floor area.
Design: Design Channel
Want to recreate a cosy dining area outdoors? Take hints from this balcony design, which is clad in a water-resistant PVC laminate and is fitted with an industrial lamp and family-sized dining set.
Design: JQ Ong/ The Association
The balcony's relaxed vibe is enhanced by a glass roof above the long dining table, lit by huge candles set on the corners of the floor decking made from recycled palm wood. See more of the home here.
Design: Distinct Identity
This balcony serves as an al fresco dining area. The designer brightened the space up with laminates in a light wood-tone, as well as vibrant solid colours, laid in a chevron pattern. See more of the home here.