Small Courtyard Garden

Type of project: Domestic Garden

A tiny courtyard garden with minimal maintenance requirements. Designer Miro Timko has used modern landscaping materials with fabulous results.
Brief

To make a tiny space into a useable garden

The client wanted to make better use of the space beyond her patio doors. This is a tiny space with barely enough light to grow plants but potentially offered the chance to spend time out of doors.

Challenge

Making the most of this compact space

Designing such a tiny garden is a problem. On the one hand it needs to be serviceable and beautiful, on the other hand it could easily appear cluttered

Solution

Small CAN be beautiful

By making full use of the vertical surfaces this small space really feel like a garden. Using artificial plants negated the need for large pots, soil or irrigation systems. This in turn, frees up the floor space for that all-important seating. Cedar battens and faux foliage offer all year round appeal. They appear warm and welcoming on chilly days yet invitingly cool when the sun beats down. Clever design has resulted in a great place for relaxation, study and entertaining.

CreditsInstaller: Decking Design
Supplier: Green Envee
ProductsRome and Milan artificial green wall panels https://www.greenenvee.co.uk/exterior-artificial--green-wallsKeywordscomposite decking, small gardens, green walls, exterior design, garden design
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