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4 Top Tips to Maximise Your Garden Space

27th March 2017

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Whatever the square footage, we all want to make best use of the space we have. Experts in outdoor living, Grange Fencing suggest that the best way to maximise your garden area is to define the space in terms of a series of separate and distinct zones, depending on usage. The company has put together the following pointers for the ultimate outdoor landscape.

1. Get rid of eye-sores

There’s nothing worse than a garden that’s overshadowed by wheelie bins and compost piles. Use decorative fencing, trellis and screens to mask unsightly corners of the space and to separate cluttered parts from luscious lawns. Grange’s Urban Garden Screen (SRP from £44.99) is ideal for isolating areas without losing the sense of spaciousness.

2. Maintain privacy
Create an intimate dining area by separating off a patio or eating zones with a versatile screen, such as Grange’s Adjustable Slat Screen. With a single mechanism, the adjustable screen can be opened or closed to provide you with as much privacy as you need – great for alfresco parties!

3. Relax and unwind
Arbours and Pergolas are brilliant for creating secluded spots in the garden to sit and unwind, away from the allotment patch and play areas. With its domed roof, the Grange Contemporary Arbour provides a modern enclosed seating area which offers the perfect hiding place to enjoy your favourite book whilst the generous seat makes it ideal for catching up with friends.

4. Use matching products
For a professional finish, Grange suggests using matching products throughout the garden to create a cohesive look. The company’s trio of collections include matching timber arches, arbours, pergolas, planters, fence panels and screens in a choice of three designs, providing you with everything needed to enjoy a beautifully defined garden designed to suit your lifestyle!

Visit for more information or click here to view the company’s Collection videos. You can also find Grange on Facebook at @Grange Gardens


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