Small But Beautiful Outdoor Spaces

Happy Friday to you! Wow we had quite the weather this week. Three nights we had freeze warnings, forcing me to cover some of my plants, and the daytime temps weren’t a whole lot warmer. I’m hoping this is the end of it though because I’m ready to be outside planting and working in the garden.

Speaking of spring, for most of us it’s here with summer soon to follow, and that means that we’re busy getting our outdoor spaces ready to enjoy. Not everyone is blessed with a large outdoor area to fill with a big family dining table or fire pit though, so whether you have a small backyard deck (like I do) or a tiny balcony in a city apartment, there’s so much you can do to make your space a beautiful outdoor oasis.

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Adding a rug helps to define your space and makes it feel more put together. Using fun items like the green lantern and the round tray coffee table create a homey feeling.

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When you have a small space you want to utilize every square inch and sometimes that means going vertical.

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Will Craft 4 Food

Keep it simple but comfy and cozy when you decorate your small outdoor area. Use furnishings that draw you outside to sit and relax.

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Bring in some fun color to make your small space more interesting.

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Decorate your small space with furnishings you would usually see inside, like this pretty, ornate mirror.

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Achados de Decoracao

Just like you would use a large mirror to make an indoor small room look larger, it will make your outdoor space seem larger too.

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House and Garden

I hope you found some great ideas from these beautiful small outdoor spaces that you can use in whatever size space you have.

 Do you have a small outdoor space? Any tips on how to decorate it?

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18 thoughts on “Small But Beautiful Outdoor Spaces

  1. I love all of them! And I spy your backyard in the first photo. 😉 I love the orange and blue! The BHG photo is soooo comfy looking!
    I’ll lucky, although I have a small house, I have lots of backyard! Sometimes that can be overwhelming to landscape and decorate. I always wanted to paint my concrete patio and I’ve seen some beautiful painted floors. Just have to find the time and the gumption! Found a photo of planting groupings with yellow and blue pots that I would love to copy. It’s on my Pinterest page for future reference. Can’t wait for this weather to warm up so I can do some spring cleaning and start taking out my summer furniture!

    • It is my deck in the first photo. You win the grand prize! 😉 Oh, you should so paint your concrete. That would look awesome. I’m cuious to know how difficult it is.
      Yellow and blue flowerpots sound like they would make a pretty grouping. I’d love to see some pics if you’re able to do it.
      We are supposed to get rain tomorrow with a high in the 40’s. Ugh. The rate we’re going, we’ll head right into summer. Hope your weather is good and that you have a great weekend.

  2. I am a huge fan of xeriscaping. Have you heard of it? It’s basically getting rid of high maintenance grass and going with rock and native plants that don’t require a lot of watering. My hubs and I went on a tour last summer of local homes that have embraced xeriscaping. It’s becoming more and more popular in our area. As I slowly clear out the over grown mess we got with our home, I plan on incorporating lots of areas with native grasses and plants, rock and bark. We do have a little patio and plan on adding a firepit area. I love the Di Zock picture you posted of the deck surrounded by river rock and plants. Going to pin that one!

    Hope you have a great weekend!

    • I have heard of xeriscaping Shirlee. It is an awesome concept. That would be so interesting to go on a tour of homes embracing it. My daughter lives in Denver and you see quite a few homes with this but not so much in our area in the Midwest.
      I’m so glad that you were able to find some inspiration. Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a great weekend.

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