For TDS payment assistance:
Tel: +91 22 4004 2131 / +91 99203 50878
Email: /
For Home loan assistance:
Tel: +91 8433 9996 22
Avail of a preferential corporate pricing
if your organization is listed with us.
Click here to know more.

Balcony Decor Tips for Indian Homes

By Runwal Group Posted On Jul 25, 2019
Category Home decor

Balcony Decor Tips for Indian Homes

For most of us, a balcony is that special open and airy space in our home where we dry our clothes. But with the growing importance of ideologies like your home interiors being an expression of your personality, even balconies are getting their due credit. Be it enjoying your morning tea to gardening rituals to romantic candle-lit dinners; balconies become the special breakout zones in every home. Here are a few décor tips that can lit-up your balcony.

Choose Your Theme:
Before you start designing your breakout sanctuary, it’s best to know what you’ll be using it for! If you love spending time with loved ones in open-air, then you could consider making it an intimate or friendly hangout spot. But if you have green fingers, you might want to fill the area with varied plants and flowers. And in case you’re a creative person who spends a lot of time alone - reading or ideating, you can consider converting it into your creative workstation.

Add Life to the Walls:
Greenery is always comforting to the eyes. The most important thing you must consider for your balcony is a vertical garden. It keeps the home environment fresh and also makes for a soothing visual when you want to relax in your balcony. You could choose plants to create various shades of greens or flowering plants to create a colourful palette for your eyes.

Deck it up:
Extend your interior theme into your balcony as well with some essential furniture. Be it cane patio furniture, rustic wooden chairs and teapoy, or cosy Begonia swing, add the essential furniture to make the area people friendly. Depending on your balcony size, try to find the perfect spot to add function to your balcony without cluttering it too much.

Lighting sets the mood:
While natural daylight is something that makes the balcony the most loved spot in your home during the day, artificial lighting can jazz up the place post sunset. Think of the ambience you want to create for the night and choose your lighting. For some might like to go old-school and prefer scented candle-lighting, others might like twinkling string lights. Be it focus lights, diffused lights, hanging light shades or typical railing lanterns, add that special element to your balcony with the perfect lighting.

It might seem unnecessary, but theme flooring adds a character to any space. Decide on what type of experience you want in your balcony and get creative with the flooring. The most important tip before getting creative is choosing anti-skid surfaces as it might create danger during rains. Be it rough granite floor, pebbled flooring, rustic wooden flooring, artificial grass or rubber tiles; there are ample options to accentuate your theme.

These are a few aspects you must think before planning your balcony. If you’re a balcony lover and are looking for a new home with a spacious balcony, you must consider Runwal Greens, Mulund. It is a revered project by Runwal Group comprising 3.5 BHK flats in Mulund West.



The plans, specifications, images and other details herein are only indicative and subject to approval of the concerned authorities. The Group / Owner reserves the right to change any or all of these in the interest of the development, without prior notice or obligation. Artist’s impressions are used to illustrate amenities, specifications, images and other details and these may be applicable to select apartments only. Tolerance of +/- 3% is possible in the unit areas on account of design and construction variances. All brands stated are subject to final decision of the project architect. This printed material does not constitute an offer and/or contract of any type between the Group / Owner and the recipient. No booking or allotment shall be deemed to have been made on the basis of this printed material. Any Purchaser / Lessee of this development shall be governed by the terms and conditions of the agreement for sale / lease entered into between the parties, and no details mentioned in this printed material shall in any way govern such transactions unless as may be otherwise expressly provided in the agreement for sale/lease by the Group / Owner. The Group / Owner does not warrant or assume any liability or responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of any information contained herein.