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4. Opt for weather-proof fabricsHere, designer Moriq chose outdoor upholstery fabric that would stand the test of time (and the elements). Fabrics must be mildew-resistant and even water-resistant or waterproof. Cushions made of polyurethane foam allow water to flow through. Also, make sure that the fabrics used for upholstery and cushion covers are solution-dyed acrylic fabrics, which are moisture-proof.
Bespoke arrangementIt doesn’t take a big budget to make an impression, says this Hyderabad balcony by Moriq. The open passage features a handful of elements. The army of tiny wall-climbing figurines form an accent on the right wall that matches the black railing in tone and simplicity. The bespoke furniture creates a laid-back, unfussy zone and is a fitting complement to the imposing checkerboard ceiling. Read more:What to Do With the Balcony?8 Balcony Designs for Urban HomesTell us:Which balcony did you like most? And let us know your suggestions on how to decorate balconies. Tell us in Comments below.