Smaller balconies under new guidelines? Here are 5 ways to style a small outdoor space

Ms Tay Ying Hui’s balcony, where  she has managed to fit a sitting hammock, a small coffee table and chair, a herb garden and a hanging bed for the family's pet cat.
Ms Tay Ying Hui’s balcony, where she has managed to fit a sitting hammock, a small coffee table and chair, a herb garden and a hanging bed for the family's pet cat.ST PHOTO: JEREMY KWAN
Mr Albert Pang’s balcony decked with plants in his 764 sq ft condominium unit on Oct 24, 2018.
Mr Albert Pang’s balcony decked with plants in his 764 sq ft condominium unit on Oct 24, 2018.ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM

SINGAPORE - Balconies of new private homes here will soon have a size limit.

The Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) said last week that developers will have to build units where balconies take up no more than 15 per cent of the internal floor area of the unit.

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