Transforming Your Garden
If you’ve thought about having fencing in your garden, there’s no doubt you’ve thought about transforming other areas of your garden too. Fencing Derby can provide the perfect solution to your fencing needs, so we’ve provided some resources for finding inspiration for other areas of your garden.
One example of transforming your garden is hardscaping. It is an attractive feature and can offer many different appealing options, from a rustic stacked wall to a fully developed covered outdoor living room and kitchen area.
“Research really pays off, especially when you consider that a fixed object in the landscape is not going to move easily — and you don’t want to put in a lot of effort and then have your materials or design fail within a couple of years,” – Samuel Salsbury, a member of the Association of Professional Landscape Designers and partner with Sabrena Schweyer, APLD, in Salsbury-Schweyer, an Akron, Ohio-based landscape design group.
Transform Your Garden
Get inspired with these beautiful garden transformations. Not all garden transformations have to cost a lot of money. If you have the time and energy…and the patience, you could quite possible make over your garden by yourself, or rope in some family and friends to help you, afterall, they’ll be enjoying your garden too. Think about bright colours to take away the focus of the bad English weather! You could even create covered areas where you can still relax when it’s raining without getting wet.
Create a place to relax and unwind. With a little dedication and hard work, you could create a garden that you will love for many years to come.
If you don’t have a lot of spare cash, but want to transform your garden, it’s still a possibility.
What does your landscape need? You may well be able to create what’s missing out of what you already got. Recycling is not only good for the environment, but it also has a positive impact on your wallet! Get creative and see how you can improve your garden. In these gardens an old shed becomes a pub, a boat provides poolside seating and a concrete slab creates a raised water garden.