10 Big Landscaping Ideas Perfect for Your Tiny Garden

There are many things that you can do to make your tiny garden looks bigger. You can use big planters, create shelves to place some plant containers, have a garden wall, and much more. These are tricks that can make your tiny garden looks pretty.

If you need more inspiration, here are 10 big landscaping ideas perfect for your tiny garden.

1. Pocket Garden House by Wallflower Architecture + Design

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The big landscaping idea in Pocket Garden House by Wallflower Architecture + Design is also perfect for your tiny garden. It uses the fence as the main media to place the greenery. If you have a roof, you can also use it to create a small roof garden.

Photography: Wallflower Architecture + Design

 

2. Garden House by Aaron Neubert Architects

 

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The big landscaping idea in this family house is about pavilions’ placement that can create varying scales of gardens. This allows landscape elements to infiltrate the interior of Garden House by Aaron Neubert Architects. It becomes a perfect house to enjoy the surrounding nature.

Photography: Brian Thomas Jones, Adam Pergament, ANX

 

3. Green Revelation by HYLA Architects

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Located in Singapore, the big landscaping idea in Green Revelation by HYLA Architects is about providing a comfortable spot to enjoy the beautiful garden and the koi pond from the deep terrace clad with timber on the ground floor.

Photographer: Masano Kawana

 

4. Travertine Dream House by Wallflower Architecture + Design

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The water bodies and gardens are spread throughout the house to accommodate a lot of green and ‘blue’ space in Travertine Dream House by Wallflower Architecture + Design is the big landscaping idea of this house. There is also a roof garden and a recreational deck on the third floor.

Photographer: Jeremy San

 

5. Secret Garden House by Wallflower Architecture + Design

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The big landscaping idea of this big house is about creating a luxurious, tropical, contemporary home with a lot of greenery. Secret Garden House by Wallflower Architecture + Design has a backyard garden with pool and roof gardens.

Photographer: Marc Tey

 

6. Queens Garden Bungalow by Tao Architecture

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Queens Garden Bungalow by Tao Architecture has an awesome and beautiful backyard that can be used to enjoy the garden views. The big landscaping idea in this house’s backyard is about creating a fresh look with some small ponds complete with fountains.

Photography: Tao Architecture

 

7. The Weaving House by Fraher and Findlay

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It is a unique house owned by creative clients who love artwork and textiles. The big landscaping idea in The Weaving House by Fraher and Findlay is about creating a large mature garden. It is also a residential project that opens internal rooms to embrace the garden.

Photographer: Adam Scott

 

8. Hudson Bend House by LaRue Architects

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This cliffside lakehouse is located on a beautiful Lake Travis, designed as a unique house for retired professionals. Hudson Bend House by LaRue Architects also has a big landscaping idea that perfect for your tiny garden. The entrance is warm and also welcoming thanks to the vegetable gardens, sprawling flowers, and native wildflowers.

Photography: Dror Baldinger

 

9. York St Residence by Jackson Clements Burrows Architects

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A modern, two-storey addition in York St Residence by Jackson Clements Burrows Architects can capture garden aspects and natural light around the house. The big landscaping idea in this house is perfect for your tiny garden. Besides the big planters, the garden also has a pathway.

Photographer: Derek Swalwell

 

10. Feliciano House by Gustavo Penna Arquiteto & Associados

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Designed as an ideal place for leisure, the big landscaping idea in this house is about creating a large garden square. Feliciano House by Gustavo Penna Arquiteto & Associados is also designed with a large glazed wall to allow one to enjoy the garden views from the inside.

Photographer: Jomar Bragança

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