Big Ideas to Transform Your Small Garden

Big Ideas to Transform Your Small Garden
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    There is a certain level of frustration when you have a small garden.

    It’s true: you can forget about any ideas of having a pool or multiple segmented spaces to enjoy.

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Yet even though you have restricted space, this doesn’t mean you should put a lid on your dream of having a fantastic outdoor space.

In fact, with a little slice of creativity – and the support of this article – it’s possible to take your small garden and turn it into a cozy, picturesque paradise.

To demonstrate this, below are a few big ideas to transform your small outdoor space.

Go vertical

One of the most common tips you’ll see with a small garden is to go vertical – and that is for good reason. Your floor space might be restricted, but that doesn’t mean you can’t use height to your advantage. Walls, fences, sheds, garages – all of this is available for you to utilize.

As for what you can use when going vertical, everything from climbing plants to trellises work well in adding color and eye-catching design to your garden.

 

 

Create a focal point with a water feature

You can still add a focal point to a small garden. In terms of what focal point to add, one recommendation is to go with a water feature.

Water features are a wonderful addition to any garden. Yet, in a small space, they bring added benefits.

This includes a softening effect and the ability to produce a larger sense of space. Much like a mirror in a bedroom, a water feature can beautifully reflect light, and this creates the illusion of the garden appearing brighter and bigger.

Curves for movement

A small garden will typically take the same shape – aka a rectangular or square one. This isn’t exactly the most visually appealing design. To go with something more eye-catching, consider adding some curves.

This can be done by going with a curved gravel or stone walkway. Not only does this add an aesthetic quality to your garden, but it can also make it appear larger.

Tidy up with a shed

You might perceive sheds as being big and bulky. However, there are plenty of small yet awesome storage sheds that don’t take up too much room in your garden. Aside from being aesthetically pleasing, sheds are also one of the most practical inclusions for your outdoor space.

This can be particularly handy if you have any outdoor equipment – think foldable furniture and lawnmowers – that requires indoor coverage. As well as protection, they keep your small garden nice and tidy.

Go with foldable furniture

Another practical choice for a small garden is foldable furniture. Once you have created a picturesque and tranquil oasis, you obviously want to spend time in this space! The only issue is that regular furniture could take up too much room and disrupt the flow of your garden.

This is why foldable furniture works so well. Whenever you or guests want to relax outdoors, you can simply pull out your foldable furniture from the shed and enjoy your small garden oasis.

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