How To Upgrade Your Outdoor Space—Big or Small

If you are lucky enough to have your own outdoor space, you can easily make it your private paradise. You needn’t have to carry out a large landscaping project to make your space feel like an extension of your home. Whatever the space—whether a large sprawling garden or a small balcony in a city—there are many ways to upgrade it into the sanctuary you need. DIY outdoor projects can transform your home and you will reap the rewards.

Upgrading your space can feel overwhelming but all you need to do is think about your lifestyle and what type of outdoor space would best suit you. It might mean you focus on flowers and plants, or you may add more significant features. But whatever you choose, you will undoubtedly feel satisfied. Here is a guide to upgrading your outdoor space—whatever the size.

Small Balcony Upgrade 

Do you live in a busy city with only a small balcony space (or the equivalent) that you can call your garden? If so, there are many ways to make this space your slice of paradise amongst the hustle and bustle of the city below. Small additions of bright colors and seating areas can bring life to any small space—painting plant pots and adding lots of potted flowers is an easy fix. If you want to go a step further you could also add fake grass, a comfortable but simple seating area, and lots of textiles. There are so many ways you can uplift these small spaces and immediately notice a difference.

Go Green 

Nothing quite transforms a space more than plants: they offer life, texture, and color to any space. You can add plants to any planter, whatever the texture or color, and having a whole mixture of plants will add a cohesive green feel to any space. It feels inviting and warm, and people will gravitate to your outdoor setting. has a large variety of plants to choose from

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Larger Gardens 

If you have a larger garden you have more opportunity to experiment. The larger the space, the more creative you can be with it. Remember though, that landscaping a garden takes work, time, and good planning. You can either choose to do a full landscaping project—such as adding new borders, a lawn, or even a water feature—or you can keep it more simple and choose an area where you would like to add a vegetable patch.   

The Vegetable Patch

Creating a vegetable patch is simple, but is also a complex upgrade to any garden or outdoor space. You do not need lots of space, just enough to create a raised bed or a decent patch to grow in. You can add walkways and even a canopy if you want to get decadent. Small, simple touches like a vegetable patch in your outdoor space is an abundant and functional addition to any home. 

Transforming your outdoor space is an essential way to upgrade your home. By doing so, you can create your secret paradise—a green extension of your home—away from the hustle and bustle of a busy life. 

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