For those who have a large amount of space to build their ideal landscaped garden, space is something you don’t think about. However for some in the suburbs or close knit communities, space comes at a premium. Well it’s not all doom and gloom and there are ways you can turn your garden/outdoor area into something special no matter the size.
Utilising Every Area
It seems obvious that you should utilise as much space as you can, however most people actually miss quite a bit. Invest in some shelves that stack along walls that can create a hanging garden, while also keeping the space on the floor to a minimum for other items that you might want to include. Stacking is a great way to save space and also create a unique looking area.
With space at a premium when it comes to inner city suburb living, you can utilise the area you have in multiple ways. Your outdoor garden can be used to surround an outdoor dining area as an example. Use your space to it’s absolute maximum while also being able to use it in a diverse number of ways. Just because it’s an outdoor area, it doesn’t have to stay as one!
Furniture might sound like a large item to put into your backyard or garden area, however it will create a great cosy spot to sit in the sun in the spring or in the evening after work. It’s a great way to divide up space and create a hideaway to use whenever you need. This can also coincide with an outdoor living room, which are all the rage at the moment.
A fireplace is one of the best things to add to a small backyard. It means you can utilize it all year round, even when it’s cold outside. A fireplace isn’t a large addition either, so paving around the area of it will also give your backyard more uses. Combine this with a hanging wall feature and you’re well on your way to creating a backyard masterpiece.