There are many people who choose to live in a smaller space. As a matter of fact, tiny homes have become quite popular and it seems as if downsizing is the way to go. Although it may be nice to downsize and there certainly are conveniences to doing so, there may be times when you feel a little bit cramped. That may be the case when you look out in your backyard and you see you don’t have much room available.
If you are dealing with a tiny backyard, there’s no need to feel that you can’t do anything with it. As long as you are at least a little bit creative, you can turn the smallest of spaces into the most amazing looking gardens. Thinking outside of the box will help you to do so but we are here to help you as well. Look down through these different options for dressing up the tiny space in your backyard and you will find that there is something that will work for you as well.
Coffee cans – you can use coffee cans as planters. Attach them to the fence to create a vertical garden.
Mirrors – if you want to make your yard seem larger, add some mirrors to reflect nearby trees. If you point them in the right direction, you can reflect something beautiful.
Water ponds – you don’t need a lot of room to create a small pond. You can create one by using the instructions here
Stackables – when you stack crates vertically in the yard, it creates extra growing space.
Spiral garden – when you only have a small amount of space available, you should maximize every bit of it. This spiral herb garden looks fantastic and it is functional as well. Click here for more information.
Wall art – why not create a masterpiece from beautiful succulents?
Faux grass – when you add a little bit of fake grass to your yard, it makes it appear larger than it really is.
Boxes – Don’t plant your garden in the ground, plant it in a mobile box. Create one using these instructions.
Terrariums – These are not just for the office, they can look beautiful in a small backyard.
Wood deck – Would you like a modular deck? You can build one with snap-in tiles.
Sheds – Use old doors to build a storage shed that will hold all of your garden tools. You can see the plans here.