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30 Stylish Townhouse Courtyard Decor Ideas
A townhouse is a terrace or semi-detached house in cities, often with a small footprint on multiple floors. It seems that it has literally no space for any outdoors but that’s not so! Townhouses often feature courtyards, indoor or outdoor, inner or not, and these are real spots of relaxation for a big city person. Let’s take a look at some ideas to style such a space.
How To Style A Townhouse Courtyard?
A townhouse courtyard is mainly a garden, with walkways, decks, tiles but with lots of greenery, or a terrace surrounded with some greenery. Choose the style of your space: contemporary, minimalist and modern will work best of all for a townhouse space. You can go for a Japanese-inspired garden, or a stylized garden with flowerbeds, or a completely wild one – the main idea is that you should feel here like not in the downtown but like in a forest.
a beautiful and welcoming townhouse courtyard with greenery and some trees plus a stone floor is a lovely space to breathe in some air
a beautiful townhouse garden with planted greenery, lush and textural herbs, a pond, tiles and a wooden dining set
a beautiful townhouse garden with stone tile walkways, greenery, shrubs, some trees and bit of lights is amazing
a contemporary townhouse garden with stone tiles, greenery, trees and a living wall plus some lights
a contemporary townhouse garden with stone tiles, minimalist furniture of wood and metal, lush textural greenery and a tree growing
a cool townhouse backyard with green lawn, some shrubs and trees, a grill and some outdoor furniture done in contemporary style
a minimalist townhouse courtyard with stone tiles, trees and greenery plus some modern furniture
a minimalist townhouse garden with a wooden deck, a pond, planted herbs and grasses and a built-in bench
a minimalist townhouse garden with minimal flower beds with grasses and trees with wooden seats
a minimalist townhouse garden with white flower beds with greenery, a tiny pond, a manicured lawn, a sectional sofa and a hot tub
How To Design A Townhouse Garden?
Townhouse gardens are usually small or tiny, so keep in mind that if you want some furniture there, your garden will be more like a terrace or a patio. Choose the style and design you want and keep in mind that the more texture and dimension you incorporate, the smaller the garden will look, so choosing minimalist and contemporary style is a very good idea. Clean lawns are ideal for refreshing the space and never go out of style, living walls don’t take any floor space while keeping your space private and refreshing it at the same time. If you have capricious plants, keep them in pots to take them inside in case of harsh weather conditions. Choose hardscaping accordingly – pebbles, stone tiles, bricks or go for a comfy wooden deck. Fountains and ponds add harmony to any space, so if you can, you may go for one.
a pretty townhouse courtyard clad with stone tiles, with dark wicker furniture, side tables, greenery and blooms
a small townhouse garden with a wooden deck, a lawn, some potted greenery and wooden furniture
a small townhouse garden with potted greenery and a tree, blooms in wooden crates and vintage garden furniture
a small townhouse garden with stone tiles, a built-in bench, hairpin leg furniture and potted greenery with much texture
a small townhouse garden with trees, greenery, blue blooms, a contemporary dining set and Asian decor
a stylish townhouse garden with a stone platform, a fire pit, a green sofa, planted flowers and greenery
a townhouse courtyard done with stone tiles, metal chairs and a glass table and some greenery and trees around
a townhouse courtyard that is garden clad with stone and with lots of greenery is a gorgeous space to be in
a townhouse courtyard with a stone tile walkway, greenery, potted plants, a living wall and some outdoor furniture
a townhouse courtyard with green lawn, trees and shrubs, stone tile walkways and a wooden deck for kids to sit on
What Furniture To Choose?
The furniture (if any) should correspond your decor style, whether it’s shabby chic, contemporary, minimalist or any other. Wicker and rattan never goes out of style and highlights that it’s an outdoor space. Built-in furniture will save a lot of space and may also give much storage space, too. Get inspired!
a townhouse courtyard with green lawn, white metal chairs and a built-in fireplace is a pretty and welcoming space
a townhouse garden with a lawn, shrubs and trees, simple wooden furniture and walls around for privacy
a townhouse garden with stone steps, greenery and boxwood growing and a simple wooden dining set with benches
a townhouse garden with stone tiles and bricks, trees, shrubs and greenery, simple wooden furniture and candle lanterns
a townhouse garden with stone tiles, potted greenery and trees plus rustic furniture
a townhouse garden with trees and lush greenery growing even in between the stone steps and metal furniture
a townhouse oasis with stone tiles, a contemporary dining set with a round table, growing greenery and plants and some pillows
an elegant minimalist townhouse garden with stone tiles and steps, a lawn, boxwood, trees and shrubs plus a flower bed
an inner townhouse courtyard with greenery and a stone floor is a great solution to add freshness here
an unusual townhouse garden inspired by classics, with manicured lawns lined up with greenery, mosaic tiles and a large statue in the center