Garden Transformations are highly professional garden landscapers who offer expert landscaping services that help you create your perfect garden. We work in North London, and have delivered garden landscaping projects throughout the region including Crouch End, Cannonbury, Dartmouth Park, East Finchley, Hampsted, Highbury, Highgate, Islington, Maida Vale, Mill Hill, Muswell Hill, Stoke Newington, Stroud Green and Tufnell Park.
Everyone is different, and gardens come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. At Garden Transformations we don’t have a defined style but we do specialise in making big impact and low maintenance solutions. Have a look through a few examples of our featured gardens to see the big impact that we make.
A more accessible, low maintenance garden with sustainably sourced materials and that would become a haven for wildlife.
An inviting oasis with the original garden’s two distinct levels linked by new boarders in which the client can grow their own vegetables and herbs. Locally sourced materials such as Welsh slate, new English oak sleepers, and Scottish pebbles are combined with FSC certified timber fencing. Naturalised spring bulbs were selected to enhance the lawn and pathways.
A child friendly landscape which improved the split levels of the garden and offering an adult relaxing space.
For the children, a larger, all weather lawn area was created using artificial turf and safety elements of softer steps and a balustrade were incorporated. The incorporation of a new oak timber screen, raised beds and bench have created a haven in which the grown ups can enjoy and captures the evening sunshine.
With a blank canvass due to the existing garden being destroyed by a recent building project, the clients wanted to combine distinctive planting areas with entertaining and play areas for their three active children.
Our solution cleverly distracts from a neighbouring side wall in order to create an appealing vista which focusses on a new oak pergola (to be covered with wisteria, clematis and climbing rose), and informal seating area. A dining area, with integrated gas bbq an d raised beds of blue/apricot/chocolate hues, is built from reclaimed London bricks to ensure the garden ties in naturally to the period house. Interest all year round is created through a pond and water feature nestling at the end of the shady walkway together with a planting scheme of dusty pink/purple perennials, shrubs and roses arranged around feature obelisks which flank an attractive circular lawn.
The customer wanted to rejuvenate the space, creating new flower beds to support
her love of plants and different seating areas.
A raised bed made of verticial New Oak sleepers at the rear, incorporating
a bench, curves around a second area of paving. A semi-circular pergola creates
height and shade. Planting is mainly in a palette of blues and whites with
wildflowers filling the raised bed.
The customer’s wanted a low maintenance space which was
distinctive and modern. It needed to be ‘child-friendly’ but also a space
that the client’s could enjoy and entertain in.
A decked area was created which was also stained a dark colour to complement
the slate tiles of the mews building, outside of which was installed new black
limestone paving. An artificial lawn linked the two areas, extending the play area
and creating a year-round accessible surface.
With a new baby on the way, a low-maintenance outdoor-living area which
minimalised costly restructuring but made the most of an existing split level space.
A new softwood sun-deck for easy relaxing and overlooking a clean, paved
terrace which has multi uses as BBQ area, for loungers or toddler-ball games!
This client wanted a low maintenance garden that was contemporary and elegant
in appearance but that also functioned well as a family garden and looked
good all year round.
We recommended the client use an artificial lawn to create a perfect space
for children to play in that was hard-wearing yet looked great throughout the year.
This client engaged GT to create a fresh, new look for our front and back gardens
, which were tired, overgrown and uninspiring
Our in-house designer Annie produced a landscape plan, a materials pallette and
a planting scheme that accurately reflected our tastes, and achieved the right
balance between style and practicality within our budget.