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3 Beautiful Balcony Makeovers

By: Diy maven May 03, 2010

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When I lived in apartments, my wish was to someday have one with a balcony. The thought of having a little outdoor space that I could decorate and festoon with plants proved for hours of DIY daydreaming. As it turned out, my wish to live in an apartment with a balcony never transpired. I also think it's the reason why when I drive past an apartment building with forlorn and forgotten balconies I get a little miffed. 'You have a balcony!' I want to yell out the window. 'Use it! Appreciate it!' The people who were behind these three balcony makeovers know what I'm talkin' about.       

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This first makeover from Mommy Daddy Blog was completed with products from Walmart and Home Depot with a budget of $400. 

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The next re-do from Casa Haus proves that it doesn't take much to make a big impact. No furniture, no lanterns, just plants. 

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And finally, my favorite, one that doesn't even look like it's the same balcony after it's 'after'! The price tag? A remarkable $389. (Seriously, doesn't it look like it cost about 4x's that much?)

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Oh, and the rug? The maker, Monica, used my tutorial to update it!! See more of the balcony's individual details at Hironelle Rustique.

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@Steve--I've never heard the term 'Juliet' balconies before, but I love it!! I'll poke around and see if I can come up with some ideas. 

I think that's a bit harsh, they've been made to look beautiful. Do you have any tips for those of us who have to make do with a false (juliet) balcony? I've seen ideas for plant holders, but there's so little room.

I do not find the examples convincing. The balconies were mainly empty. Any balcony, which has a few flowers on it and offers not too ugly seating, looks better than a completely empty space or one which is misused as storage room.

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