101,204 cedar fence Home Design Photos

Core Development Group, Inc.
Ranch Lane
What type of wood was used on the fence? What are the measurements?
wooden fence and bright render , grey fascia
The modern look of the fence
making a statement with both house and fence design.Shown: On this contemporary farmhouse, the horizontal wooden fence reinforces the symmetrical balance of the home’s architecture, but the contrast between the wood and the white siding highlights both the fence and the siding.
3. Gates. Gates can be built into a fence to signal your visitors where to enter, or they can be added to an arbor for a charming effect. A well-placed and thoughtfully constructed gate sets off the entry while creating a bit of separation from the rest of the world. While not a necessity in most cases
“Siding and color” — anneofides
Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Best of Houzz 2014
ACC Cabinetry is a full service custom woodworking and cabinetry shop located in Berryville, VA and serves all of the Northern Virginia Area.
Berger Partnership
Queen Anne Modern
Love the fence, can you tell me what stain color it is?
Love the evergreen trees next to fence. What kind are they and how close can they be planeted?
Atlas Cedars need to be pruned in order to keep them in check? I thought they can get quite wide. Thank you
It's a Blue Atlas Cedar. Cool
Trees on fence line and fountain.
like the feel and color of fence
“Yes” — Hal Hampton
Donna Giguere, APLD Landscape Design
2 Reviews
Cedar Fence & Gate with copper pipe
Cedar Fence & Gate with copper pipe
Fence and landscaping
guest bedroom patio fence
fences and gates....wood fence...cedar gates...Cedar Fence...Cedar and copper...Beautiful fence...Fence in backyard...I like this fence...nice fence idea...love this fence...Fence & birds...clean look of fence...The fence
“design” — potpaintnlady
Phillips Garden
Minnehaha Parkway
what is the fence made of? The panels that fill in the support pieces. It looks semi-transparent but private at the same time. Are the support pieces metal?
but need some clarification? If you are curious about a plant can you describe which one, none are actually growing on the fence.
Brilliant! Am intrigued by what is on the fence - can you tell me what it is?
other materials, such as the LUMAsite (reinforced acrylic) used for this cedar-framed fence.
The frame of the fence is cedar (weathered grey) and the panels are "LUMAsite". LUMAsite is reinforced acrylic that is translucent
What to do with the fence at the retaining wall
Patio fence ideas (corten steel alloy)
Translucency can also be achieved with other materials, such as the LUMAsite (reinforced acrylic) used for this cedar-framed fence.
“Fence” — Adele Bradford
Garden Arts
Modern Family Garden
I love the privacy the trees add along the fence. What kind of trees are they? How far away From the fence are they planted? You did an amazing job masking the trampoline too.
I am looking for privacy hedge/tree that will grow at least 8 to 9 feet, over a 6 foot fence, in the rear of the yard.
Thanks. They are pleached hornbeam (Carpinus betulus) and are about 750mm from the fence.
They were planted about 1.8m apart and 750mm from the fence. They were mature pleached trees so no need for wires/bamboos. They had already been trained into this shape.
trees along the fence - pleached hombeams
pleached hornbeams 1.8 m apart, 750 mm from fence
pleached hornbeams in front of cedar fence
fence and planting in front of trampoline
“Looks neat and not too much care required” — 112259
Sean Papich Landscape Architecture
2 Reviews
Coastal Knoll - Hingham, MA
What is the fence made of?
Hi -- The gate and fence was built by New England Woodworkers here in the Boston area. I designed the gate, but pretty much any fence fabricator should be able to build you one. Thank you, Sean
It is white cedar, stained white. The fence was built by New England Woodworkers (Tim
of this fence and gate, I could do the same thing with a more rustic and aged wood.
Daisies in fromt of white fence
Something about a cute white fence and gate
Daisies and a picket fence....like peanut butter
2. Set the fence back. Placing a low fence or wall back a few feet from the edge of the sidewalk allows room for planting, and plants provide visual interest for pedestrians. In addition to cheerful daisies like these, velvety plants such as lamb’s ear (Stachys byzantina) would work well.
“Love fence” — sjchristen
Pedersen Associates
4 Reviews
Mill Valley Residence
Place on fence for hanging plants
Horizontal board fence with mini pergola
The outdoor kitchen includes a built-in stone buffet. The western red cedar fence and pergola tie into the home's architecture. Carpenter Scott Reynolds paid attention to the smallest
The outdoor kitchen includes a built-in stone buffet. The western red cedar fence and pergola tie into the home's architecture. Carpenter Scott Reynolds paid attention to the smallest of details, including using antique round bolt heads to look like hammered nailheads.
“Back drop and doors” — baileykw
Timothy Lee landscape design
14 Reviews
Garden Gate
Cedar wood fencing, gate & arch
did you pland along the fence? I am looking to plant something in a similar location, but sorry about the trunks getting too big. Thanks!
What is the color of the fence and by whom is the paint
What color is the gate and fence.
I really want to stain my fence black, but I'm worried about how it will weather. Do you know how this fence is holding up? Also, what product did you use. Thanks!
We've just added quite a bit of fencing to our back and trying to decide on a color. Our house is brick and it has been quite a task to find the right color but we really like this one. Please respond. Thank you! Lib Miller
The fence is holding up very well, its 6 years old now. I wish i had time to locate the paint product but id have to dig through some very old project files buried in my garage! My memory says its a dark forest green by Sherwin Williams. Best bet is to get some color samples and to have the fence primed
“Garden entrance” — bsfranklin
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