April 28

Top 10 Storage units and bin sheds

Created by Anna Kapuvari

We all suffer from shortage of storage spaces especially in some front gardens. Creating a tidy garden starts with an appropriate- sized shed. These are some instances of bin stores and storage containers that were cleverly built.

  1. Cedar bin shed

    Nothing extravagant, simply a basic IPE hardwood building with shelves inside, flush with the existing yew hedging. Stores up to four bins and creates a straightforward yet effective structure.

  2. IPE hardwood bin store with planting on top

    Would you wish to get rid of the garbage regions’ odour? The best solution is to plant some fragrant Mediterranean herbs on top to cover up the odours.

  3. Tall shed for garden tools

    A straightforward building built to house all of your gardening tools vertically, including a fork, a spade, a lawnmower, and a separate shelf for smaller tools, is the cedar clapboard shed with a cedar shingle roof.

  4. Spacious bin storage for wheelie bins

    Shed sizes can be increased if you have the room and a lot of items to store. You may effortlessly pull out your bins with the aid of a tall, cosy construction.

  5. The absolute rustic

    You just have a small path to move on; there isn’t much room around you. This long, narrow storage container made entirely of rustic, salvaged materials fits perfectly in a front yard.

  6. Softwood shed

    If it’s raining, you don’t need a large store, but you’d still like to store your chairs there. Employ a structure like this light softwood shed to go with the colourful cottage landscaping around.

  7. Reclaimed wood and planting on top

    3 storage places in a reclaimed pinewood bin storage box. Using aromatic herbs to mask bad odours, the top planting continues the cottage-style planting of the front garden.

  8. Shed combined with pergola

    The pergola joined by a cedar framework. A lovely narrow building that is perfect for storing gardening equipment and tableware for the tiny coffee table and chairs.

  9. Seat storage

    If you don’t have enough room for a shed, you can still use the space under the bench for a cleverly hidden storage box.

  10. The ultimate fit

    We can build a shed that will accommodate your bins even in the most awkward locations, and we can add some vegetation to the top to add some lighting.

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March 9

Top 10 Smart Designs for Small Spaces

Created by Anna Kapuvari

With relation to the available space, London gardens can occasionally be difficult. But even in a small courtyard, you can arrange everything harmoniously with the appropriate design, wise material selection, and unique characteristics. For inspiration, browse through our top 10 design suggestions.

  1. Level changes and raised beds 

    To make your raised beds more attractive, use a dynamic layout by adding numerous layers vertically. Even a raised bed edge can be interesting because minor features can be quite noticeable in a small area.

  2. Bespoke benches 

    In a garden, nothing communicates calm more clearly than a well-designed bench with cushions. If you enjoy entertaining guests but only have a small garden, choose a bench rather than chairs because it can seat more people. They can be made even more intriguing by being placed into a raised bed where you can either plant fragrant culinary herbs or create a green backdrop.

  3. Lighting 

    When aiming to create a moody environment, uplights under a tree or fairy lights on a pergola can make all the difference. Make sure to experiment with light setups if you are busy during the day and just use your garden at night.

  4. Views and mirrors 

    Mirrors are the best option for optically enlarging your area. Make careful to set them where they can reflect a beautiful view or additional light, such as the reflection of an afternoon sun. When you want to highlight only the attractive aspects of a view yet have an unattractive view, frames can be helpful.

  5. Interlocking shapes 

    This is crucial in a small area since too many materials or too many different forms could result in a cluttered, unorganised structure. Keep the shapes straightforward and reflect them in another component, like a table for a patio that is circular. The major shapes in the garden can also be strengthened by atmospheric lighting.

  6. Multiple purpose features 

    Most gardens attract visitors of all ages. Perhaps you have children who like playing in the garden, but you would prefer a place to unwind. Combine the two goals to produce something that will be enjoyed by all. Kids can climb up to the top of the daybed below, which serves as a fun hangout for adults, while adults can use the bottom to relax.

  7. Portable furniture 

    Using movable furniture is still the simplest approach to design a versatile environment that can serve a variety of purposes. Lounge chairs, tiny fire pits, and coffee tables can all be conveniently packed away in a small shed depending on your mood.

  8. Vertical space 

    Make sure to utilise every square inch of the available area, including the air, if you just have a little courtyard garden but numerous needs. If you have a tiny pergola, you can hang lights, pots, hammocks, and swings from the beams to create a multifunctional, incredibly imaginative place.

  9. Keep it simple 

    A typical guideline for designing small spaces is to keep the arrangement straightforward while varying the materials. In this way, we display the garden’s adaptable side, with its various surfaces, purposes, and mood.

  10. Small gardens = small details 

    Even with a small garden, make sure to add something distinctive, such as a small concealed sculpture, a view hole in the trellis, or a small water feature. Whatever it takes to make your yard distinctive and look its best.


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