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Optimal use of space in your garden: tips and ideas

Optimal use of space in your garden: tips and ideas

The garden is a valuable outdoor space that often plays a versatile role in our daily lives. Whether it's for relaxing, entertaining, or growing vegetables and herbs, maximizing available space can dramatically improve the functionality and aesthetics of your outdoor space. Whether it is Helmond tiles or Schijndel tiles, in this article we will discuss different strategies and ideas for making optimal use of space in your garden.

Start with a plan

Before you start designing your garden, it is essential to have a clear plan. Consider the layout, what features you want to include, and how to make best use of the available space. Make a sketch or plan of your garden and identify designated areas for different purposes, such as a dining area, lounge area, flower beds and perhaps a children's play area.

Vertical gardening

Vertical gardening is an effective way to save space while adding greenery to your garden. Hanging planters, wall-mounted plant bags, and vertical plant racks are all great options for growing plants without taking up a lot of floor space.

Use containers

Container gardening is ideal for gardens with limited space. Choose pots, containers and planters of different sizes and shapes to grow a variety of plants. These containers can be placed on terraces, balconies or even on the wall.

Multifunctional furniture

Use furniture that can serve multiple functions, such as benches with built-in storage, or dining tables with foldable leaves. This way you can use the space more efficiently while adding functionality to your outdoor space.

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