Personally I like the trick of breaking the space into two or three garden rooms, which are partially screened off from the next with planting. Like this one; the planting area screens off the patio 'room' from the lawn 'room'. The path does a deliberate dog-leg through the planting, so you don't see straight down the length of the garden.
Will you end up living in this latest house - in which case you'll need to design the garden to suit yourself - or will you be selling it on, in which case you'll need to design the garden to suit your best guess of a likely purchaser, e.g. young family with kids who need space for swings and a football pitch.
Just looking at your other thread and the completed garden.You've obviously got an eye for design and keeping plants happy and healthy .The sort of thing that @WillDB has posted above looks good, l think.Edited to add, l see l posted something similar a while back on the other thread, still you can never have too many compliments!