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Amanda Pollard added this to Enhance the Design of Your Tiny Garden In These 6 Ways25 June 2018

6. Step it upA simple way to add interest to your small garden is to include some steps in the layout. The differing levels will give the space some depth and character. By punctuating the journey through the garden with steps, you’ll encourage people to slow down and take it all in. The levels in this small plot have been cleverly designed with a few different yet coordinating materials to give personality to the space without it appearing cluttered.Read more:How To Make Your Small Garden Look BiggerTell us:How would you lay out your small garden? Share your ideas and photos in the Comments below.

Kate Burt added this to 16 Ways to Design a Secluded Garden13 March 2017

Make fencing a featureRather than going down the conventional route and putting a width of trellis above your fence or wall to grow climbers on, create even more seclusion by going higher. Rather than hiding that extra bit of wall or fence with plants, make it much more. Here, the painted slatted fencing will not only support climbers should you so desire, but it will also look fantastic on show, and possibly with pleached trees trained to burst into leaf above its top edge, as seen here.

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North Leeds Garden Design added this to D.M. ideasboard1 April 2021

Wood or composite boards look contemporary yet comfortable in this small garden space

Jackie McGeagh added this to Jackie's ideas4 March 2021

fence ? useful for bedroom patio

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