Your garden apartment may be small, but it doesn’t mean that there isn't enough room for plants and greenery inside or outside. You don’t need much room to enjoy the outdoors. All it takes is a little creativity. Here are some ideas that can help you decorate the garden apartment just like you have always wanted.
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You can still have an amazing garden space, even if it’s limited and not wide enough to grow a variety of plants. Make sure to choose plants that will grow well in containers and don’t require much water or care. If you want to add some color, try using brightly colored pots instead of flowers.
If you have a garden or patio that gets lots of sun exposure throughout the day, consider using tiles as flooring instead of grass or concrete. The tiles will soak up heat during the day and release it at night to keep things cool while also adding style points to your outdoor area.
There’s nothing worse than having dead space in your garden because there isn’t enough room for furniture pieces like chairs and tables. Make use of every inch of space available by placing smaller furniture or making corner benches in the garden.
Make use of everything you have for your garden or porch with small planters and pots. And if you have any leftover flooring materials from other projects around the house, try using them as planters on your patio.
Many people are turning their gardens and patios into outdoor living spaces, getting the best out of their small apartments.
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