We love how this balcony brings together boho elements for a unique (and private) seating area. If you agree and want to transform your balcony, read on for some recommendations for getting this look.
The most important element is, of course, the swing chair. Hanging one (as shown) isn’t the most suitable method for renters, so we’ve made sure to include an alternative solution below.
Let’s start with the swing chair. It’s made with macramé rope – just like this swing chair – which is very boho. You’ll have to add the flowers yourself, but that’s easy with some fake rose garlands. Hanging a swing chair from the ceiling will require drilling, so for renters, the best solution is to buy a hanging chair with a stand.
The geometric pattern on this rug is typical boho. However, you can’t really go wrong with any patterned rug on a boho-themed balcony because that’s the beauty of the design style.
This balcony has a reed fence as a privacy screen, which works well with the boho vibe. You can check out our reed fencing guide for more inspiration.
Planters with stands are ideal for adding extra height to smaller plants. There’s also a large white planter for more color and interest. Both contain grasses, and you can check out our guides for information on growing grasses on a balcony.
String lights work when hung up on balcony railings. These lights use globe bulbs for a more antique feel.
On the chair is a sheepskin throw. Luckily, there are some great fake ones available. The cushion features a geometric pattern, but finding boho cushions is pretty easy because anything goes!