46,869 fence Home Design Photos

DeForest Architects
9 Reviews
Courtyard House
Ideabooks5,280
Questions1
west-facing facade from the summer sun. DeForest broke up the long courtyard fence with a series of staggered ipe panels with channel glass in between. Channel
Tell me about the fencing....fence 3...Post Modern Fence...back yard fence design...view of fence...Nice fence...side fence and lighitng...wood fence...fence options...Privacy fence...Fencing idea
“luv it” — branfost
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Kropat Interior Design
4 Reviews
Colorful Mid Century Modern Residence
Ideabooks2,301
Questions6
Just wondering what width approximately the battens are on the fence??
What type of plants are in front of the fence?
how is the fence made...Is there a name for the style of fence?...I like the fence and reeds....Cool fence...Playful fence...Timber pool fence...Plant fence...Grasses in front of fence...love the fence...Wooden Fence...love fence...fence follows the boulder...Fence and switch grass...color a'nd fence...fence, horsetail reed...Simple/Different Mahogany Picket Fence
“Fence” — Ginger Slack
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
40 Reviews
Less Lawn More Garden
Ideabooks7,321
Questions7
What type of ornamental grass is this in front of the fence? Also is it evergreen? Thanks!
We sourced this fence locally through a wholesale fence supply company in Long Island, NY. Wayside Fence. Good luck with your project! Robert Welsch
for this type of pre-made picket fence. My guess is 2 1/2 - 3 inch spacing. This is a pretty standard off the shelf fence, not custom at all. Good luck
grass leads the eye to a uniform massing of daylilies here. The rustic wood fence not only serves as a backdrop for these perennials, but divides the property
Where is this fence available ?
“Fence” — cmbostrom
Custom Design/Build, Inc.
5 Reviews
Hampshire - Exterior
Ideabooks2,049
Questions1
What is the material and finish of the fence?
The courtyard fence and loggia were designed using A&Better Cedar. The finish material is a Sikkens Cetol SRD. It is non film-forming, translucent
Pergola, fence and wide step entrance...Shorter privacy fence....Privacy fence...awesome pergola and fence...see through fencing with courtyard...structure being integrated into fence....fence and arbor...fence with pergola...Fencing for front?...front fence...Fence entrance...Fence idea...front fence around
“Privacy for the front yard.” — jacbay
Design Platform
18 Reviews
Jersey Way Addition
Ideabooks2,001
Questions2
Tigerwood Horizontal Fence on Cinder Block Patio Wall. Opened Entire Front of House Adding New Windows, Patio Doors and Clerestory. Photo by David Lauer
That's a beautiful fence, really gives the exterior another dimension by contrasting the materials. Glad to see that Tigerwood is being used in such wonderful
“Fence and windows” — kah14
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Noe Valley
Ideabooks5,600
Questions3
How was the design at the top of the fence made?
This is the MOST wonderful fence. Is it cedar? What kind? or Redwood? I will contact latticestix.com !!!
Top of the fence design is really a cool idea.
Get creative with the fence design. Go tall but leave some negative space at the top for visual interest
“Grill across back fence. Where did they get it??” — tmcquin
Exteriorscapes llc
5 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks3,591
Questions4
Open Wood Fence...The fence...Fence Idea...Fence gap...fence panels with caps...fencing style...Fence color...fence design
“Fence” — erikahorne
FGY Architects
6 Reviews
Santa Rita Cottage
Ideabooks2,275
Questions2
I like the gate, stone columns and the metal fencing
approach your home and how you will see your fence from inside. As Nilsen says, often “you are seeing [your fence] from within, rather than from beyond.” There’s
the actual perspective.Shown: A low, semiprivate fence allows foliage to grow in front and behind the fence, giving both the homeowners and neighbors good
you and guests approach your home? “It’s all about that glimpse over the fence,” Nilsen says, emphasizing the need to consider how people approach your
“fencing” — kcrjwd
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