We’d all love to have bigger gardens, but sadly, many suburban homes have very limited outdoor space. That’s why it’s important to make the most of the space you do have. It is possible to maximise your garden space simply by following the steps below.

Cut back greenery

Keeping greenery under control is important to making sure your garden feels spacious. Greenery is good for your garden, but it can soon look messy if not regularly cut back, and makes your garden feel smaller. Consider using a tree surgeon in Croydon who will be able to reduce the size of your trees, without killing them off. This gives you a lot more light and instantly gives you the feeling of more space.

Reduce clutter

It’s not just houses that have clutter. Gardens can soon get cluttered too, with stuff such as:

  • Toys
  • Old tools
  • Old gardening equipment
  • Furniture

The best thing to do is to have a good clear out and donate or recycle what you don’t need. Once you’ve done this, you’ll find your garden feels bigger and is a much more pleasant place to be. If you have too much stuff, why not build a shed to keep things safely stored?

Garden space is precious so make sure you use it wisely. By clearing out your garden and keeping things minimalistic, you can avoid making your garden feel small and crowded. Best of all, your garden feels like a much more pleasant place to be and somewhere where you can relax.