In these economically dire times where people are struggling to even find a modest home for their family of four, it’s a matter of privilege to be able to afford a house with a garden, even if it is small. Gardens are the perfect place to set up a table and some chairs to enjoy your breakfast, your evening tea, or entertain guests. If you have a small garden at the back or front of your house, you already know how it enhances the aesthetics.
However, being the proud owner of a garden is not sufficient; you also need to know how to decorate and design your small garden in a way that utilizes available space, making it look just how you want it to while also offering maximum utility. Here are a few offbeat ideas you can incorporate or get inspired by if you’re on a mission to decorate the small garden in your new house or renovate an existing one.
To choose the right colours for your garden, set a colour palette and stick to it instead of going for contrasting combinations or, even worse, adding every colour you like. The rule of three will also apply to the colour palette you choose. The fences, plants, accessories for the garden, and the furniture should all complement each other.
Your geometry lessons from school will come in handy here. Think about patterns that will make the space look bigger and cleaner. Look for clean, straight lines – they are easier to implement. If you want some softness as opposed to the sharpness of straight lines, add some light bends and curves, making sure that they don’t overwhelm the sight of an onlooker.
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