Small front garden ideas are just as important as back gardens – first impressions are oh-so-important after all. And even if you’ve only got a very small space, there’s still plenty of opportunity to make it count.
Your front yard is the first thing that neighbors and visitors see, and is your best opportunity to create a first impression.
Traditionally, a front yard consisted of a green lawn, a few foundation shrubs, a cement driveway, and sidewalk that leads to the front door.
This often-overlooked and underutilized outdoor space presents many opportunities, as well as unique design challenges.
Evaluate your space. What do you want your front yard to become? A functional area for lounging and playing, or simply a more visually pleasing space?
How you choose to landscape your front yard says what you want to convey to others about your home and yard.
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