20 little gardens that you can easily copy!

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20 little gardens that you can easily copy!

Kayla Gulec Kayla Gulec
 Garden by Arthur Road Landscapes, Modern
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Are you itching to get out into your garden to let your creative juices flow, but aren't sure what exactly you can do with your small outdoor space? Well, look no further! 

We've found a bunch of spectacular small gardens that will not only give you the inspiration you need to get out there and make your space beautiful, but also inform you on how you can get the most out of your pint-sized paradise. Including everything from quirky planters to luxurious decking, we have loads of ideas for you to consider. 

Hang on to your gardening gloves–things are about to get messy!

1. Even the simplest deck or gazebo can make your garden space feel that much more luxurious. Get a few climbers and you'll have a cosy cabana in no time!

2. If plants aren't exactly your forte, just plant a bed of something colourful and striking!

3. A nice table and chair set can be all you need to enjoy your small coppice.

 Garden by London Atelier Ltd, Modern Wood Wood effect
London Atelier Ltd

Hamberg House, Richmond, London

London Atelier Ltd

4. Leveling surfaces isn't for everyone. Take advantage of your uniqueness and run with different styling options!

5. If concrete controls your space, remove a few slabs and stick in some flower beds. The result will amaze you.

 Garden by Unique Landscapes, Country
Unique Landscapes

Courtyard Garden

Unique Landscapes

6. Quirky planters like these ensure a fresh pop of colour in your garden all year round. And they allow you to rearrange your garden setup. Just pick up the planters and stick them where you think they fit best. How easy is that!

 Garden by Gardenplan Design, Modern
Gardenplan Design

Small Contemporary Courtyard

Gardenplan Design

7. Maintenance doesn't have to be a burden. If you'd rather not concern yourself with upkeep, opt for a small wild garden instead.

 Garden by Innes Architects, Modern
Innes Architects

Porthcothan Responsive Home

Innes Architects

8. Simple and colourful palette seating boosts any small space, creating an impactful design.

 Garden by Earth Designs, Modern Wood Wood effect
Earth Designs

Contemporary Garden—North London

Earth Designs

9. Even multi-level gardens are possible! Gather inspiration from this unique rock garden.

 Garden by Yorkshire Gardens, Modern
Yorkshire Gardens

Small Garden with a Very Steep Slope

Yorkshire Gardens

10. Mulch is great ground cover for any garden. Throw it down and you won't have to worry about weeds for quite some time!

 Garden by Yorkshire Gardens, Modern
Yorkshire Gardens

A Modern Garden with Traditional Materials

Yorkshire Gardens

11. Wooden fencing like this is perfect when you want a bit more privacy, or if your garden is just too pretty to be seen by passersby.

 Garden by Yorkshire Gardens, Modern
Yorkshire Gardens

Cool but Funky, Contempoary Garden

Yorkshire Gardens

12. A variety of materials will make your garden look bigger. Just check out this slate-wood-brick-foliage combo!

 Garden by homify, Modern
homify

Small town garden

homify

13. Even though your garden is small, you can still have it all with a design like this. We just love this layout!

14. Mess and clutter are not welcome in gardens, especially the smaller ones. Keep things minimal with the minimalist design scheme!

 Garden by Decorum . London, Classic Wood-Plastic Composite
Decorum . London

Garden design and build courtyard, Bicester, Oxfordshire

Decorum . London

15. Shingle is great for ground cover, and just look at the colour contrast it creates. You won't find that occurring naturally, that's for sure!

 Garden by Jane Harries Garden Designs, Mediterranean
Jane Harries Garden Designs

Gravel and water garden area

Jane Harries Garden Designs

16. By defining each part of your small garden, no space is compromised. Make space for dining and relaxing, and add a few planters in between and voila! Cosiness at your fingertips.

17. If you can't add size to your space, add height! With a scheme like this, your outdoor area will seem much larger.

18. A tiny terrace is a great call if you choose the right fencing. Add plants in and around it, and you have a nice extension to your garden!

19. Rock gardens are perfect for beginners or those of us with black thumbs. Even minimal greenery will impress your neighbours when your setup looks as good as this one!

 Garden by Laurence Associates, Modern
Laurence Associates

Gwel-An-Treth, Sennen Cove, Cornwall

Laurence Associates

20. Brick beds look great in any garden, and they're easy to build. Not to mention they're easy to tailor, so you'll get the perfect fit every time.

 Garden by Aralia, Minimalist Stone
Aralia

Felsted Place

Aralia

Don't forget to check out our garden professionals if you need some design help!

 Houses by Casas inHAUS, Modern

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