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Landscaping For Smaller Spaces

Don’t Forget Side Spaces

That little walkway on either side of your house is space that can be used and beautified. Use it as a sneak preview into what the backyard holds, create a long and narrow garden, or even turn it into a quiet, private area just for you.

Front and Back Gardens

Make the most of your outdoor areas by utilizing both the front and back yards. A beautifully landscaped front yard will attract the eye, no matter what size it is. The right combination of shrubs, trees, flowers, and other details will create a look of beauty that makes up for any space deficiencies.

Don’t Skimp on Steps and Walkways

Many people try to make small spaces look larger by minimizing steps and walkways, but this only further dwarfs a small yard. Matching a walking path to the coloring and style of your home can make your yard appear more spacious.

Use Pots and Containers

In order to add shape, dimension, and space to your small yard, planters and containers can be an excellent way to go. You can use them on walkways, porches, stairs, decks, and doorways. Going for a coordinated theme can create continuity rather than choppiness, making the most of a small yard.

Create Perspective

Long, straight lines trick the eye into making things seem further away. Organize your yard in order to make it look bigger than it really is. Vertical features can also add depth even when there is no more floor space to work with. Consult with your landscape contractors in Alpharetta to come up with a plan that works for the area you have.