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Tips for Making the Most out of a Tiny Yard

Tips for Making the Most out of a Tiny Yard

Not all yards are created equal. There are the spacious yards out in the country, and then there are the tiny yards in cities. If you have a tiny yard and are wondering what you can do with so little space, the answer is that you can do quite a lot—you just need to get creative with it. To help you create an outdoor space that you and your family will love to spend time in, here are our tips for making the most out of a tiny yard.

Plant a Container Garden

Gardening is a beneficial hobby for the whole family. Gardening in a small yard is tricky but not impossible. Use containers or, alternatively, vertical planters to house your plants. Another option is to hang planters from the eaves of your roof or from the fence, if you have one. If your yard has grass, you can also set aside a small area for gardening and border it with bricks or decorative stones.

Choose Your Furniture and Accessories Wisely

With a small yard, choosing your furniture and decor wisely is crucial. There are some must-have accessories you’ll likely want no matter what, such as outdoor seating and a grill, but keep in mind that you may need to compromise on the finer details to fit all the essentials.

To get the most out of your yard, opt for smaller furniture. If you don’t have room for a fire pit, you can get a fire bowl for your outdoor dining table. Or if you don’t have room for a big grilling area, get a small portable grill and a bar cart on which you can prep, cook, and serve food and drinks.

Avoid big pieces of furniture, especially overhead furniture such as awnings or canopies. These can make your yard feel smaller than it actually is. Ideally, you want to keep your yard open, airy, and sunny. This way, it will feel roomy despite its minuteness.

Maximize Storage

Multifunctional furniture is a must for a small space. Get seating with built-in storage if you can. Other organization options include a deck box or a vertical shed, both of which take up less room than a traditional shed.

Portable Play

Kids love to play out in the sun. The good news is that you don’t need a big yard to have fun! If you don’t have room for a traditional swing, get a porch swing that doubles as seating. If you don’t have room for a playhouse, consider a portable play tent that the kids can use inside the house and outside. Sand pits and activity tables are two other phenomenal play options for tiny yards.

With these tips for making the most out of a tiny yard, you can turn your small yard into a fabulous hangout space for grilling, playing, chatting, and more. What are you waiting for? Start designing your tiny yard today.

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