A guest post-
Making the most out of your garden can take a lot of planning to turn it into the perfect living space. If you want to get the best layout to suit your outdoor space, it doesn’t have to cost loads and loads of money. There are many great things to consider that will help to keep the costs low, and many great tricks you can do to add that personal touch. We, alongside our good friends at Simply Plastics, have managed to come up with a few ideas for you to consider when revamping your outdoor living space!
To start with, consider purchasing an outdoor dining table and chairs. Make sure your new purchase suits the style or theme that you are going for and matches any other garden furniture you currently have and want to continue to use. If your garden is big enough, you could consider creating a relaxation zone. Explore the idea of getting a gazebo for your garden and create your relaxation zone based around the gazebo. Depending on the size of your gazebo, depends on the size of your relaxation zone.
This added furniture in your garden allows you to enjoy chilling out in your garden during the day and then later on that afternoon/ evening, you are able to host a BBQ with all your friends and family. Due to the British weather being so unpredictable, it could rain, however, with the addition of your gazebo, your guests are able to shield themselves from the rain, therefore not letting the weather dictate the activities you want to do during your BBQ.
If your garden a little bit small for these pieces of furniture, consider opting for furniture that is more versatility. Take a look into stools, fold up chairs and smaller tables that make the most of the space you do have available. Therefore, these pieces of furniture can be stored easily when you need more space in your garden.
When it comes to your garden, it is necessary to have a bit of greenery. Things such as plants and trees give you that outdoor feel as well as adding some colour and life to your garden. You are able to pick up lots of different plants at your local garden centre and at great prices. Again, if you don’t have much space in your garden, consider getting some vertical gardens which are a great space saver and very beautiful.
To add that personal touch, you need to add some fancy accessories. There are various garden accessories you could consider buying such as, lanterns, gnomes, fairy lights, etc. It can be bright coloured cushions or just simple accessorising. Whatever catches your eye or you think would look good in your garden is the accessory for you, so don’t overthink it.
Lastly, the trickiest task of all is maintaining that beautiful garden you have spent so much time perfecting. By dedicating a few hours a week maintaining your beautiful garden, you will be able to keep on top of your garden and enjoy spending gardening, rather than see it as a chore.
Thanks for reading!