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Aside from spending time in the bedroom, where else do you pass the time when you're at home? There are some who prefer the calming outdoors while there are homeowners who prefer to spend quality time with the family in the living area or dining room.

If you're living in a condo, chances are, your options are limited to: the common pool area or your small living space. For those who have a balcony, they choose to liven up the space according to their needs to create an instant nook. We've got a couple of pegs that you may want to consider so you may also enjoy your balcony to the fullest.

Main photos from: Digsdigs and Homedit.

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