5,090 Horizontal Slat Fencing Home Design Photos

Ziger/Snead Architects
Woodvalley House
Hello.I would like to know the size of horizontal members of fence and distance between vertical posts.Thanks.
I'd love to know what type of wood or composite wood was used on this fence and used on the side of this house. Thanks!
the main fence boards are 1x3, and the top border of the 1x2 (all sizes nominal). The spacing looks like 1" between slats.
been wanting to put a new fence in my yard. How would you go about building a fence like this? I have been looking into fencing vancouver for some extra
“Ambassador Patio” — Aaron Klamon
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Davis Square Garden
smaller horizontal slats with wider spaces in between
skinny slats...Fence to hide equipment...45-degree joins between slats...fence w/ horizontal rungs...Small horizontal fence slats...Slim slat fence...horizontal wood slats...Fences - maybe
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Hufft Projects
3 Reviews
Curved House
Is this fencing slats composed of metal?
fence combo of brick and cedar. scale and spacing of horizontal slats
horizontal slats with interesting repetition
IS THIS FENCE MADE OUT OF PALLETS?...Concept - Horizontal...Fence and facia board...Brick Fence...The fence...Slat style fence...I like the fence...see through fence slats...wood horizontal spaced fence...Garden fence?
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Northern Virginia Contractor
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Portal Design Inc
1 Review
Parklane Drive
What kind of wood is used here for the horizontal slats?
mailbox, surfboard on fence, slatted door
Slatted door wb cool in coral metal...Wood fence and red door...Horizontal slats...Slat fence...Fence and gate combo...horizontal slats door? where?...horizontal fence...Fence and door...Fernery fence...The wood slats are cedar
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Ohashi Design Studio
7 Reviews
Love this fence! Do you mind telling me what the
Can you tell me what type of wood you used for this fence? It is just beautiful.
types of plants you used along the fence?
scallops, and would like to create something similar but we have 70' feet of fence line and I'm not sure how to create this effect without the panels getting
If you mean the horizontal slats they are custom milled Ipe 2 x 7."
Beautiful design! How thick are the horizontal panels?
gap. By drop assume you're talking about the stepping of the top of the fence and your 9-10" estimate sounds about right.
did you use for the cap of this fence?
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Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
29th Interior
I like the horizontal look of the gates and fencing!
Fence - are you saying that the entire fence and gate is metal?
What is the metals material? It looks amazing. How long will this fence last?
I live in rainy Seattle and looking to put a fence around my property for keeping my dogs in but wants sow thing that does with my 1951 modern house and
The fence is painted steel. If painted with a weather proof industrial grade paint it should last a long time. But will need occasional maintanemce.
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Garret Cord Werner Architects & Interior Designers
6 Reviews
I can't find any guidance online for how to build a stucco fence. Is this a wood or block construction?
The wood on this horizontal fence is so casual and friendly. Beach-y. Laid back.
Horizontal Wood Slat Wall with Concrete / Stucco Wall
Stucco wall used with slat fence for courtyard
Horizontal wood slats with stucco....Horizontal Slat Fence, weathered wood...Concrete and nice horizontal slats
“Great transition from one type fencing to the next.” — Brian Albert
BAAN design
What are the horizontal rails made of? Is that steel or wood?
What are the actual dimensions of the slats; 1"X2" etc? What type of wood? Thanks.
Using wood slats without a secondary wall is limited to fences, guardrails, and other applications where the space behind is open to the elements. This
measurements to keep in mind. Limit the space between balusters or horizontal slats to less than 4 inches. This is required by code. Most building codes
shed, but you can see why I chose to feature the streamlined use of horizontal slats of wood. Spaced as they are, both light and air can circulate through
You will need to limit the space between banisters, glass panels or horizontal slats, for safety, in line with the building code in your state or territory
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