10 garden design ideas to make the best of your outdoor space

Your lawn is likely the largest shape in your garden from your window. 

1. Get your lawn into shape

The best garden designs start with structural plants packed with flowers. Use evergreen shrubs at border ends and as punctuation. 

2. Plan your planting

A plan can start with mature trees. Besides blocking the sun, they can anchor shade sails, hammocks, pendant lights, and hanging ornaments. 

3. Tree

Paving color, style, and layout can guide garden design. 

4. Beautiful paving

Is your landscape multi-level? Rather than installing stone steps, you may create a seamless look with your current grass by allowing the flow of one location to the next. 

5. Distinct level

Choose folding furniture or bench seating that can be stored under a dining table for smaller courtyards and patios. 

6. The furniture

Boundary walls, fences, and hedges may be the main feature in a tiny garden, so they must look beautiful. 

7. Pay attention to your boundarie

Consider screening your garden to create 'rooms'. Create hard landscaping with pergolas, fences, or plants. 

8. Screening and zoning

Consider how warm garden design and tactile furnishings may transform your outside space into a tranquil retreat. 

9. Accessorise the fifth room

The most crucial garden ornament rule is to nestle them with plants. Choose carefully because an ornament or water feature (though beneficial for animals) in the middle of an empty space will not look attractive. 

10. Integrate your ornament