6 Pack - Owlerton Stadium

Get Inspired: How To Make The Most Of Your Garden

 

 

Having a garden isn’t something that everyone is able to enjoy, so if you do have one, it’s important that you make the most of it. Your outside space, no matter how big or small it might be, could be considered another room in your home, so enjoying it to its fullest makes a lot of sense. Plus of course, some of the best memories are made outside. Here are some easy and enjoyable ways to make the most of your garden.

 

Al Fresco Dining

Eating outsideis always something of a treat, so why not use your garden to do just that? You can use a barbecue to cook the food if you want to do that, but you don’t have to – you could simply prepare and cook it inside and then bring it out into the garden to actually eat. Whether it’s a quick sandwich at lunch or afull-onfamily meal, there is something about eating in nature that makes it all taste so much better.

 

Make It Warm

Even in the summer,it can get chilly once the sun starts to go down, but that doesn’t mean you should pack everything up and go inside. If you have a way to stay warm in the garden,then you can stay there for longer, enjoying it for as long as possible. There are a number of different options depending on your budget and your taste, for example:

 

Just Add Water

Add a water feature or pond from www.water-garden.co.uk if you feel as though your garden is lacking something. Humans love to be near water; studies have shown that it makes us happier and more relaxed. So, having water in your garden means that not only are you making it more beautiful, you are making it a better place to be in general.

 

Water features will need a little maintenance to ensure that they always look good and work well, but they are easy to care for, and the difference they can make to your outside space is well worth any work you might need to put in. Plus, the wildlife in your garden will appreciate the water andyou will probably see a lot more of them, making your outside space much more interesting.

 

Bring The Inside Out

You will have heard of the expression ‘bring the outside in’, but if that’s not possible, then why not ‘bring the inside out’? By bringing comfortable seating out onto your patio, and perhaps even building a shelter to keep you under cover, you can create an extension of your home’s interior space in the open air. You just need to have an exterior sofa and chairs, and then add some stylish cushions, throws, perhaps a small coffee table, and you can sit and enjoy the garden in style and comfort. It almost won’t matter what the weather is doing if you are also under cover and you have your patio heaters (or other kind of heating) around you.

Check Also

Why No One is Talking about the ‘D’ Word

  Survey reveals 3-in-4 Brits embarrassed to tell people they are on a ‘diet’   ...