Tiny backyard with terracing AND a bi-level pond.
More of an entertainer's garden than a plant lover's garden--really demonstrates the value of hardscaping.
Very different. Formal. Lots of wood chip mulch.
Hardly any planting space, but still room for 4 trees. Small trees. Right plant, right spot.
Not my preference, but still very interesting.
This is a cute backyard, but I would have smaller furniture, living turf or alternative, and more trees at the back for intimacy.
Small enclosed lawn with flagstones
off centre, angled, curved lines to increase perceived space
This is cool angles and combinations of rectilinear and curves.
Almost all patio. but the planting edges are full of lush plants taking advantage of ground level and height.
tiny lawn surrounded by pavers.
Great trees, lots of patio space, several raised beds for edibles and still room for ornamentals. Well done. Oh, and great fence.
This will look great when the trees mature a bit more. Notice wood chip mulch.
Wow, imagine using almost the whole back yard as a pool.
Big concrete slab steps.
Even a very small back yard can look lushly planted.
Seating, veg garden, perennials, vines, could even have space for dining in foreground
This is probably about 50 x 30'?
Long narrow pool with stepping stone, free-standing short wall dividers.
Seating right at the back of the yard. nice.
Formerly square lawn, straight across deck, given some rounded edges and planting beds, walkways, focal point at the back.
This would work well for a yard that slopes to a point at the back---ie pie-shaped.
I'd angle the walkway more so that there's more of a journey through the garden. Add trees at the first "jog", and at the back, fewer shrubs.
small levels in small space
Multiple different hardscape materials.