Struggling with my tiny odd shaped garden

Sarah McNally
6 years ago

We have bought a new build and love it but the comprise was the small funny shaped garden. We like having BBQ's and people round for food, so we need a dining area, but also have a lovely rattan corner sofa I'd like to keep.

It also doesn't get the sun late - we're considering moving the shed (as it's a little sun spot) to the side gate as that bit might make a nice little sitting area / sun trap and also looks a bit nicer.

Should we keep the grass or just pave? Thinking about having planting troughs but then we'll lose a foot of space round the garden.

Based in Manchester, UK and would welcome contact for garden designers too!

Ps - fencing is now in (but you can see where it is meant to be!) By the black door there is now a water butt which can't be moved, so cannot put anything furniture wise there.

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