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8 small gardens that will inspire you in any season

Posted on 30 April, 2019
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So, you may have been given a tiny patch of outdoor land instead of a great, big garden paradise. And you may be under the impression that it’s a curse as you can’t do anything with it.

Think again! Because with a bit of creativity and out-the-box thinking, that small garden can be styled up to become a smashing outdoor socialising / relaxation area. And we don’t mean after you’ve made use of a top-notch Landscape Architect or Gardener (although if you feel like you want to bring in professional help, be sure to have a look at our extensive range of building- and design experts here on homify). Nope, easy does it with simple tricks such as:

• Using your small garden’s height: Look at what you can accomplish with the walls and fences, or the garage’s side. Use some creepers to add colour and character, hang up a few blooms in hanging baskets, opt for some window boxes, etc. 

• Paving diagonally: Laying your garden’s pavement (or pathway’s tiles) squarely can increase your tiny garden’s visual size. 

• Keeping it bright: We’re all for subtle neutrals, but a small garden can do with some brightening up via vivaciously coloured flowers and pots to make it look lighter and brighter. 

Let’s have a look at some small garden designs where the homeowners (with or without professional assistance) made the ultimate best of their small patches of land. 

 

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So, you may have been given a tiny patch of outdoor land instead of a great, big garden paradise. And you may be under the impression that it’s a curse as you can’t do anything with it.

Think again! Because with a bit of creativity and out-the-box thinking, that small garden can be styled up to become a smashing outdoor socialising / relaxation area. And we don’t mean after you’ve made use of a top-notch Landscape Architect or Gardener (although if you feel like you want to bring in professional help, be sure to have a look at our extensive range of building- and design experts here on homify). Nope, easy does it with simple tricks such as:

• Using your small garden’s height: Look at what you can accomplish with the walls and fences, or the garage’s side. Use some creepers to add colour and character, hang up a few blooms in hanging baskets, opt for some window boxes, etc. 

• Paving diagonally: Laying your garden’s pavement (or pathway’s tiles) squarely can increase your tiny garden’s visual size. 

• Keeping it bright: We’re all for subtle neutrals, but a small garden can do with some brightening up via vivaciously coloured flowers and pots to make it look lighter and brighter. 

Let’s have a look at some small garden designs where the homeowners (with or without professional assistance) made the ultimate best of their small patches of land. 

So, you may have been given a tiny patch of outdoor land instead of a great, big garden paradise. And you may be under the impression that it’s a curse as you can’t do anything with it.

Think again! Because with a bit of creativity and out-the-box thinking, that small garden can be styled up to become a smashing outdoor socialising / relaxation area. And we don’t mean after you’ve made use of a top-notch Landscape Architect or Gardener (although if you feel like you want to bring in professional help, be sure to have a look at our extensive range of building- and design experts here on homify). Nope, easy does it with simple tricks such as:

• Using your small garden’s height: Look at what you can accomplish with the walls and fences, or the garage’s side. Use some creepers to add colour and character, hang up a few blooms in hanging baskets, opt for some window boxes, etc. 

• Paving diagonally: Laying your garden’s pavement (or pathway’s tiles) squarely can increase your tiny garden’s visual size. 

• Keeping it bright: We’re all for subtle neutrals, but a small garden can do with some brightening up via vivaciously coloured flowers and pots to make it look lighter and brighter. 

Let’s have a look at some small garden designs where the homeowners (with or without professional assistance) made the ultimate best of their small patches of land. 

8 Small Gardens That Will Inspire You In Any Season

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