Introducing the very first of our regular posts on small space gardens we love.
Every now and then we will share with you a selection of urban gardens, courtyards, balconies, rooftops and patios that we find inspiring and hope it in turn provides you with some inspiration in transforming your small urban space into a garden you love.
Just because it’s the end of the summer holidays it doesn’t mean you can’t bring the holidays home with you. Vibrant garden accessories and furniture can brighten up your urban outdoor space, so it feels like summer holidays all year round.
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You can create your own lush sanctuary to escape the city grind in any small space. Choosing interesting plants based on form and texture, not only looks great but can provide privacy and shading solutions. Add some colourful cushions and a matching rug for comfort and you’ll have no excuse for not relaxing at home.
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Here’s proof that clever garden design and the right choice of colour palette can transform even the most awkward shaped area into an inviting outdoor space.
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There is no need to spend a fortune in creating your urban retreat.
Some simple tips include taking the time to tidy up can make all the difference. Cut back overgrown shrubs and sweep up leaf debris.
Up-cycle your old outdoor setting with a lick of paint or pick up a brightly coloured hammock, which is not only a cheap addition to your outdoor area, but gives you a great spot to sit back and relax with a cup of tea and a good book.
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