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How to Design Small Outdoor Garden Spaces

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When it comes to outside space, the old adage that small is beautiful really comes into its own. Whether it is a charming Cotswold courtyard, or a chic city rooftop garden, having a little place of your own to escape to is a lovely little luxury, so take a moment to discover your garden inspiration.

While a big garden may seem desirable, a small space has far more in its favour and you can shape your small garden design to reflect your personality. With busy lives it’s difficult to keep a bigger garden looking well maintained, but with a small space you can keep your planting on a smaller scale, and amplify your style with pots and containers. And you can think outside the box too; choose a statement piece such as the Bicycle Flower Basket, a charming design that is at home in a traditional English garden or as a contrast to uber-chic minimalism.

Bicycle Plant Holder by Harley & Lola

When it comes to small garden ideas, you’ll want to make your space somewhere you and your friends and family can relax. And small doesn’t have to mean a compromise with gorgeous furniture available in streamlined styles, such as the Milos Aluminium Square Dining Table.

Milos Dining Set by Harley & Lola

Sleek and sophisticated, the black will provide a lovely contrast to any riot of colour that you choose, and the elegant style will complement any garden design. Add in some outdoor lighting, such as this mirrored birdcage light, and you can make the most of the summer evenings in a beautifully intimate atmosphere.

Mirrored Birdcage Light by Harley & Lola

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Posted on June 28 2016
by: Charlotte Carlsen Abraham

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