609,431 WOOD FENCE Home Design Photos

Rock Spring Design Group LLC (David Verespy, ASLA)
Scotts Cove
Vegetable garden with deer fencing for protection
Where can I buy this fence???
What about the gate opening? There's no additional fencing. Can't the deer enter the garden there?
combination of netting and nice wood fence, plant WIIIDDDE hedge to also keep deer from jumping over, if you can't affor a fence
I like this rustic looking fence
garden fence, wrap around raised gardens
Now I know where the former owners had their garden. This fencing looks familiar.
fence- could remove the high deer fence after the growing
difficult to keep them out of garden beds using normal fencing. A solid privacy fence is ideal because it blocks the deer’s view of your tasty plants — it’s not likely deer will jump into an area if they can’t be sure it is safe. If privacy fencing is not desirable (for instance, you want to be able to
“Garden” — morrissa
Adrian Smith
Hillsdale Residence
wood fence with welded wire mesh
do you have a photo of the gate for that fence?
another 3 rail fence w gate
Yard wood and hex net fence
not much wood mainly invisible wire would need to be white
with brick....wood and mesh
different fence layout
vista edge of woods incline
fence at bottom of property
fence with wire...Fence idea...Garden fence...backyard fence idea...Great fence idea.....farm fence...tall fencing...Unframed fence...Wood n wire...Outside fence
“Love the fence.” — anniebird
Katerina Tana Design
Katerina Tana Design
how do you get wisteria to grow on a solid fence without a trellis? thanks
What of covering did you use on the fence?
ditto stategic ties to the fence with eyehooks
The fence itself is stained a solid white. The vine covering the fence is a wisteria sinensis.
Strategic ties to the fence in key areas!
dripping wisteria against a white fence
Wisteria as way to spice up a plain fence.
this fence. I can imagine cutting circles, squares or diamond shapes into upper part
A tall white wood fence and vivid
solid fence without trellis by using strategic ties or hooks and wire.
A tall white wood fence and vivid purple wisteria make for a striking pairing in front. "Wisteria was an easy choice as it would get as much light as it needed and it looks wonderful and gnarled when bare." Tana likes plants that denote the subtle Southern California seasonal changes, and when it is
“wisteria peste gard” — raluk16
Field Outdoor Spaces
12 Reviews
Urban Oasis
Trying to identify the type of wood used for this fence.
This fence is BEAUTIFUL! I would like to try and mimic it at my home in Los Angeles so I'm trying to find out what type of wood this fence is made of as well as if 1) it was treated and 2) does it have a sealer
and my neighbors and no privacy. I have a 6 foot privacy fence. The maximum allowed in my state of Maryland. My neighbor can still sit on his deck and leer the entire time I am outside with no obstruction.
Does the fence have a semitransparent stain on it? If so, might I ask the
No problem, the fence is not tongue and groove it is just cedar 1"x6". Companies do sell a thinner cheaper material for fence veriticals that is probably about .5" thick that can save you money. However, this alternative leads to a cheaper feeling less durable fence and we are a bigger fan of
“Area by shed” — nglisa
Southview Design
14 Reviews
Award-Winning Urban Landscape
back yard is at the end of a short alley, the privacy fence is essential to completing the coziness factor. It serves to block the view of the driveway, alley and the neighbor’s yards and vehicles. The homeowners liked the lattice on the old fence so the gate has that carry-over feature which allows
them to see through to the driveway plus gives the gate a little character. The top of the fence is meant to mimic the pattern of the top of the windows at the back of the house. The stucco columns in the fence, on either side of the gate and down that side of the yard, tie into the house using the same
love fencing and hydgrangeas. What type of hydrangea?
Example of stepped down fence, maybe a
“All” — tampabay01
Modern Deck
What type of wood is the siding you have used on the house? How is it finished?
Can you tell me more about the fence? Materials? Size of wood, type of sealer or stain? Thanks
take trellis down and put wood or cement stairs
I like the fencing idea. It might work around the southeast
Straight wood slats, not alternating
Wood deck with open stairs
Stairs. wood ceiling.
horizontal wood fence
horizontal wood rail
Pretty deck and fence
horizontal slat fence
Wood clading...Pretty fence....Deck fence...Deck wood...Wood and fence...Horizontal fence...Fences Ideas...wood fencing...wood siding
“Horizontal fence” — rlbowen1
Cathy Carr, APLD
11 Reviews
Cathy Carr, APLD
Beautiful setting, has the fence been stained. If so what color/brand
What fence height did you choose? Its private but not massive. Lovely!
Notice that the fence sections along the back and rounding the corner are made of solid boards butted together. The boards of the sections to the left, where privacy isn't as important, are spaced a bit apart.
That's a good question. This fence is 42" high. Tall enough to provide
No stain. The natural wood is Cedar.
Like the detail at the top of this fence....gives it a more finished look.
“simple / clean look for fence” — mosshunt
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
i love love the fence! what kind of wood and who carries it?
What type of hardware/screws did you use to fasten the wood?
The wood slat fence is made of ipe, a popular hardwood. The lower walls are masonry faced with smooth wall stucco. Most lumber yards carry ipe.
planks? Also, is the ipe fence going all the way to the ground behind the stucco bench or is it mounted on top of the stucco wall/bench?
Is that a redwood fence? Can you tell me about s
The fence is built with varies widths of Ipe ( a sustainable hardwood that is ideal for exterior applications). In this case, we ripped ( cut lengthwise) 1" x
Textures/materials Wood = fence Pavers = driveway Light concrete = fountain Fountain box = slate
“garden” — Carolina Cerda
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