Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Condo Balcony

I have finally, sort of, finished the balcony at the condo. It is as small as a postage stamp and was super difficult to photograph without hanging dangerously over the railing. I still have to figure out the lighting situation-there is no overhead light and it gets quite dark at night. There is an outlet so I was thinking of filling a vine ball I have with mini white Christmas lights and hanging it like a chandelier from the ceiling. What do you think?





I love the succulent arrangement I bought at Centro Garden in Burlington. It is so low maintenance it only needs to be watered every two weeks. If you are ever west of Toronto you should visit Centro, they have many unique items and great party ideas. I am going to do a post on them later this week.




The love seat and chair is exactly what I wanted--something super plush and comfy. I looked all over the city and finally found these at Canadian Tire of all places. I paid literally 5 times less that other outdoor furniture stores I looked at. They are probably not as weather resistant as the expensive lines, but then again they get little ware and are totally covered from the elements. I am not crazy about the throw pillows that came with the set, but they will do for now. I found the turquoise garden stool at Homesense.



6 comments:

  1. Looks like a cozy spot to spend an evening! That furniture was a great find!

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  2. Oh I love this balcony!! I could spend many an hour sitting outside here!

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