Jan Eddy
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when your space is small, to make it an extension of your indoor living space. Use hardscaping to create entertaining areas, and open those doors wide and let the spaces work together. Use furnishings outdoors, plant grass for “carpet,” add planter “accents” and remember to just enjoy the space you have to it’s fullest, no matter what its size!

when your space is small, to make it an extension of your indoor living space. Use hardscaping to create entertaining areas, and open those doors wide and let the spaces work together. Use furnishings outdoors, plant grass for “carpet,” add planter “accents” and remember to just enjoy the space you have to it’s fullest, no matter what its size!

Just Add Water Even the smallest landscape will be improved by the mellow sound of trickling water. If you don’t have enough space for a water garden, add a fountain or two in key locations in the yard. Be sure to have an electrical outlet nearby to plug in the fountain. In this slice of a brick courtyard, an ornamental wall-mounted fountain acts as a sparkling focal point.

Just Add Water Even the smallest landscape will be improved by the mellow sound of trickling water. If you don’t have enough space for a water garden, add a fountain or two in key locations in the yard. Be sure to have an electrical outlet nearby to plug in the fountain. In this slice of a brick courtyard, an ornamental wall-mounted fountain acts as a sparkling focal point.