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Amanda Pollard added this to 7 Rules for Designing a Small Garden7 February 2019

Say yes to straight linesIt’s best to plan a straight-edged layout in your small garden, advises Green. “Generally, straight lines and angular shapes work well in a smaller space, as it can be hard to create pleasing curves if the area’s too tight. Having said that, there are many examples of beautiful small garden designs using curves.“Small gardens can be harder to design than larger ones,” she adds, “as it’s essential all the details have been carefully thought through before any work commences – any mistakes are much easier to spot!”

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Ilin Chou added this to Ilin's Ideas22 May 2021

Patio combined with wood surface. Raised bed at left hand side. Small lawn.

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