Does your small garden keep you at the end of your leash? You are in the right place. Small gardens, small patios, and delicate patios can take a little more thought than large rooms, but even the smallest plot can be turned into an elegant outdoor retreat. Small gardens have many advantages – the most important is that they are wonderfully easy to maintain. They are also great places to be creative, as even the smallest additions, from colorful pillows to elegant garden lighting, will have a dramatic effect.
Whether you want to create an impressive balcony garden, you want to use garden furniture or you like to be surrounded by greenery, you will find below many photos that will inspire you. And if you’re working on a tight budget, we have lots of affordable garden ideas you can try – without spending a fortune. Add interest to a small garden by adding different levels. This can be a sunken terrace and a raised lawn, as in this garden above.
The bands and steps help you use the space and provide additional sports. So that the flower pots can be arranged or the guests can sit. The shelves and hooks are not only intended for indoor use. Clean up your floor space and buy construction shelves for lanterns and plaque pots in an existing wall or fence. A recycled pin rail can be the perfect place to hang outdoor lighting.
Be inspired by the elements of a living wall. And use the vertical wall space to make the most of the space. By simply adding horizontal fence panels, the side of the shed can be turned into a decorative wall unit. It can also work on a fence or bare wall, or on the side of a balcony. Each of these small outdoor spaces can be converted into a vertical garden for smaller pots and baskets.
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