Whether it is due to time, budget or space, personalizing your garden may be more difficult than one would think. Perhaps you are living in a rental property and the enhancements and improvements that you can make are limited. Whatever the case, you should still be able to create the outdoor space that you have always dreamed of at home. In this article, we are going to provide you with some simple advice that explains how you can personalize your garden space and make it as you wish.


Imagine your garden was indoors and think about some of the ways that you would style it. Potted plants are easy to maintain and position as you would like. Alternatively, you could make your own potted plants with colorful cans. You could look at ornaments like an urn water feature. Other finishing touches that you can add include table decorations, versatile furniture pieces and outdoor rugs.


When you have guests over, it is a nice idea to be able to offer them seating. Rather than simply buying something generic that you can find in any home store, why not make your own for a more personal touch? There is a great sense of satisfaction involved in building something all by yourself. If you don’t have time to do this, a simple row of wooden pallets topped with foam cushions will do the job nicely.

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You are likely already aware what a big difference a lick of paint can make to any interior room. The same motto applies when thinking about your outdoor patio area. Rather than leaving your fence a typical neutral color, why not go for something a little more daring? You can really give your garden a personal touch with a pop of color and it requires minimal effort. This is a one day project with a big impact.


If you have a limited amount of space to work with, start to think vertically. You can create layers of interest by piling up cushions, having potted plants fixed to the wall or railings, adding some of your favorite artwork on the walls and choosing a few hanging lanterns.


When all else fails, you simply can’t go wrong with blankets and candles. Together, they create an atmosphere that will provide the perfect accompaniment to any evening. Investing in hurricane lamps or adding tea lights to old mason jars are both wonderful touches. For the chillier evenings, it may be worth investing in some outdoor heating. This ensures that you can continue enjoying great company well into the nighttime.

Personalizing your garden doesn’t have to involve a great deal of time and effort. Using a combination of these techniques, anyone can create an outdoor space that they are truly proud of.

We love to garden here at Mojitos and Munchkins! Our article on How to Grow Healthy Fruits and Vegetables All Year Round will help inspire you during the winter months. Also, be sure to check out Best Vegetables to Eat in the Winter.

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