Tips for decorating your outdoor space this spring

    Lucky enough to have an outdoor balcony space?

    How you use — and decorate — it can make all the difference in your enjoyment of the space in the summer.

    Are you a sun worshipper or entertainer? When you are limited on outdoor space, it’s important to realize your preferences and turn that small space into something stylish.

    Open-air dining

    If you lack privacy for tanning during the day then consider extending your dining room outside.

    From late-night dining, playing board games, working from home or weekend brunches, an extra dining space is a great way to utilize your balcony.

    Pampered oasis

    Got direct sun and lots of privacy? Turn your balcony into an outdoor spa furnished with loungers for lazing, a water feature to create soothing sounds; just add sunglasses and lotion!

    1. RESERVED printed beach towel

    Demand an exclusive lounger; even on your own balcony. $29, PotteryBarn.com

    2. Home Studio Foldable Hammock

    Lounge in the sun and then store away when not in use. $149, TheBay.com

    3. Splay Outdoor Work Station

    Keep the wine at bay while entertaining or use for potted plants when gardening. $595,CrateAndBarrel.com

    4. Striped Outdoor Dining Chair
    One of my favourite summer chairs — would be just as stylish inside as out. $129,Homesense.ca

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