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Simple Garden Tips to Improve the Saleability of your North London Home

By Jack Pfeffer Subscribe to RSS | February 23rd 2012 | Views:

When it comes to selling your London home, first impressions count. A well thought out garden design can really help to give your home the added wow factor it needs to stand out from the crowd. Whether you’re lucky enough to own a large garden, or are looking for some ideas to help improve your limited outdoor space, our simple tips will help you improve the appearance of your outdoor area and boost the selling power of your property today.

A Helping Hand

Larger gardens can be more difficult to plan for, but a large landscaped garden can create a bold impact on potential buyers. If you own a particularly large garden, then you don’t need to do all of the work yourself, as there are garden design North London specialists who can help you plan your garden’s layout, to maximise space and really show your garden off at its best. Fiona Hayes, who specialises in landscape design East London, has helped imaginatively transform even the smallest of backyard areas into striking outdoor living spaces. If you’re looking for help with North London garden design or garden design East London, check her website for some inspirational ideas and garden tips.

Think about your Buyers

Think about the type of person you’re selling to. If your home is a family-sized home in a family-oriented neighbourhood, then it makes sense to make your garden as child-friendly as possible. You might want to consider adding a small play area, for example. If your home is more likely to sell to a professional couple, then think about what they’d like from a garden, like a decked seating area for entertaining, and a neat, easily-kept design.

Keep Designs Simple

Ornate garden design layouts can not only be expensive, they can be off putting to families too. Gardens that are too busy, with too much variation on offer, can appear a little overwhelming to families, who think that your garden simply looks like too much work. Keep your designs and planting as simple as possible. You want potential buyers to feel that it’ll be easy for them to care for the garden area and keep it looking beautiful.

Fool the Eye

No matter what the size or shape of your garden, there are garden design tips that can help you trick the eye and make your garden appear far more spacious. Long, narrow gardens, for example, can benefit hugely from being broken up into separate areas, with walkways and decking. For some inspirational ideas on garden layouts, check out this online garden design tool at the BBC website.

Jack Pfeffer - About Author:
The author of this article has expertise in garden design. The articles on garden design North London reveals the author’s knowledge on the same. The author has written many articles on landscape design East London as well.

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