when your space is small, to make it an extension of your indoor living space. Use hardscaping to create entertaining areas, and open those doors wide and let the spaces work together. Use furnishings outdoors, plant grass for “carpet,” add planter “accents” and remember to just enjoy the space you have to it’s fullest, no matter what its size!

Small Garden Design – Tips and Tricks

when your space is small, to make it an extension of your indoor living space. Use hardscaping to create entertaining areas, and open those doors wide and let the spaces work together. Use furnishings outdoors, plant grass for “carpet,” add planter “accents” and remember to just enjoy the space you have to it’s fullest, no matter what its size!

--Hook up your shed to your house’s electrical supply, phone line and internet connection by using a subterranean cable running from your house to your shed. --Warm up your shed by using insulation, double glazing and a portable heater. --Secure your shed. This is very important as you will no doubt have all of your personal files as well as expensive hardware in your garden office.

--Hook up your shed to your house’s electrical supply, phone line and internet connection by using a subterranean cable running from your house to your shed. --Warm up your shed by using insulation, double glazing and a portable heater. --Secure your shed. This is very important as you will no doubt have all of your personal files as well as expensive hardware in your garden office.

A bee hotel is a brilliant way to attract wildlife into your garden. You don't have to be a DIY or gardening expert to make a difference, here we have created a simple step-by-step guide to help you boost the numbers of bees in your garden. With some bamboo, logs and bark, you can provide a sleeping place for solitary bees, which don’t actually nest in their hives. So get buzzy, build your own and protect our pollinators!

A bee hotel is a brilliant way to attract wildlife into your garden. You don't have to be a DIY or gardening expert to make a difference, here we have created a simple step-by-step guide to help you boost the numbers of bees in your garden. With some bamboo, logs and bark, you can provide a sleeping place for solitary bees, which don’t actually nest in their hives. So get buzzy, build your own and protect our pollinators!

I like this unusual, chunky seat made out of (what looks to be) new railway sleepers which have been sawn down to size in a contemporary garden by Garden Designer Andrea Newill

I like this unusual, chunky seat made out of (what looks to be) new railway sleepers which have been sawn down to size in a contemporary garden by Garden Designer Andrea Newill

I love small out of the way areas. I can relax and enjoy the intimacy

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