1. Create a daybed/or reading nook in your garden. Whenever you want a quiet moment or the weather is beautiful, you will find yourself gravitating to this spot with a book and a cup of tea whenever you can.
2. Update with new brightly coloured cushions and matching accessories to your alfresco.
3. Put in a herb garden. Planting herbs you use regularly such as mint, parsley, rosemary, basil and sage is a fantastic extension to your kitchen, and you are more likely to step outside to snip some fresh herbs for your cooking if its just a few steps away.
4. Liven up a dull space with a vertical garden. Can be made simply using some leftover pallets.
5. Add a tree. - For shade, fruit or simply to provide some vertical scale to the garden.
6. Paint your fence. - So often I go into gardens where the fence has been left unpainted or its a light colour. The best fence colours is a dark colour, so then the fence blends into the shadows of the planting. Opposite to interiors, a dark fence will make the garden appear bigger.