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outdoor shelving and vary the sizes to add interest. Adding a trellis to support creepers like honeysuckle and ivy is another great way to make use of a small space by putting your wall space to use. Have Fun With Light Reflective surfaces bounce light into dark corners and create the illusion of having more space than you actually have. Mosaic table tops and wall features are excellent ways to achieve this. Metallic garden accessories like pots can really catch the eye. Adding water is another fun way to make your garden more reflective. A small birdbath will add life to your plot or try out a small water feature. Small battery-operated and solar-powered fountains are readily available on Amazon. Image credit: Monkey Business Images/Shutterstock.com Make sure you can enjoy the great outdoors from indoors, even at night. Solar-powered lights are a great, inexpensive way to highlight your hard work. Bring The Indoors Outdoors Not everyone is green-fingered, but that’s no reason to leave your little lot unloved. Why not fill your space with a few plush outdoor armchairs to make a luxurious, occasional entertaining space or build an outdoor kitchen by installing an outdoor pizza oven or investing in a good, compact barbecue. There’s no shame in faking it with some synthetic plants to add colour without the hassle. The sky really is the limit when it comes to your garden, whatever the size and season, so don’t be afraid to let your imagination grow n


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