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Garden Screens Fremantle
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We sourced these screens off the shelf from a local garden supplier in Perth and then stained the screens using a mild red stain. The screens are 1.8 metres high by 90cm wide. In this picture two are joined together and supported using galvanised
Garden screen idea using wood slat screens
Edible, but still looks like a garden!
Great Screen for Privacy and Light
screening wall from a garden supplier
Green veggie raised bed planter and slotted screen hide the recycling and garbage bins from the house and patio.
Shutters as interesting garden backdrop. Would be good to cover a cement
bins and bright lids when they’re not ready for pick-up? This option in Fremantle, WA, uses clever wood screening that doubles as a wind break for a vegie patch.
“Screen planter” — jojobabydoll
Michael Glassman & Associates
23 Reviews
Michael Glassman Designs
What material was used to make this screen?
Ditto! What is the screen material?
I love the fence/screen and the weeping cedar is perfect - will that survive in zone 6
garden - island idea riverside rd
some quiet moments in a spa, the above ground variety can be a bit of an eyesore. That makes this the perfect spot for an attractive garden feature, such as this screen that allows in the light and the view, while obscuring the lines of the spa.
“Rock garden for under back windows.” — rlusch
WA design
8 Reviews
Saratoga Creek House
Stainless steel is used here as a screen but in a totally different format. The openness of the screen, created from rods, allows the landscape to show through.
Stainless steel is used here as a screen but in a totally different
Stainless steel is used here as a screen but in a totally different format. The openness of the screen, created from rods, allows the landscape to show through.
“Backyard” — ejarpin
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
Best of Houzz 2013 & 2014
Since 1999, we have worked with homeowners to develop truly unique and distinctive outdoor living spaces. We specialize in upscale poolscapes, hardscapes and landscapes.
Sander Design Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Formal Garden
Can u share shrubs. Also small trees behind privacy screen.Thankyou
Behind the privacy screen there appears to be some small willowy trees. And the shrubs defining the space seem to be allowed to grow to their own shape.
I have an area like this and I used compact hollies for my surrounding garden,but you never know when one will die. Is it something i`m doing wrong? Thank you Tim
Hi! thanks you for your question. The trees behind the screen were already planted before the design was done. They look more like shrubs however I can't tell you exactly what they are. The boxwood hedge around
Thank you for your question. The lattice is all rough cut cedar wood stained dark charcoal grey. Wood screens need staining every 5 years depending on local weather conditions. A semi transparent stain is used as it soaks in much easier than paint and still
“Trellis” — jfwilbur
Art | Harrison Interiors & Collection
Birmingham, MI Private garden
concealed potting shed looks like garden wall
elegant garden shed in close proximity to pond and gardens
Bamboo and this whimsical garden folly screen out an adjacent city park. Designed
Bamboo and this whimsical garden folly screen out an adjacent city park. Designed by Sanchez and Harrison, the fanciful shed has copper pipes just off the front of its barrel-shaped roof, which spout water down into the moat. The structure serves as the fountain's pump house as well as a cleverly concealed
“pebbles” — cindyhg
Statile & Todd
3 Reviews
Formal Garden Room
This formal garden room has arborvitae hedges to line the perimeter and boxwood hedges to outline the pathways and flowering beds. This is also a 'white garden' which has a wide variety of plants contributing to the bloom sequence
This is a neat idea....boxwoods around ornamental grass might make a good screen
formal garden room with hedges outline beds bench space white garden
I like the clean formal garden and minimalist garden look
“herb garden box hedge” — Richie-Bray, Inc. Landscape Architect
Banyon Tree Design Studio
8 Reviews
Banyon Tree Design Portfolio
Regarding large pottery containers for the garden.
This pot was purchased in Seattle, wholesale at Aw Pottery or retail at Molbaks or Ravenna Gardens.
tall vase and screen terminate poathway
Front garden when up the staircase
In this entry garden, vertical lattice paneling is aligned on center with the axis of the pathway and frames a tall, elegant, planted urn. Together, the screening and the container help protect the interior seating area from view, although you can catch just enough of a hint of what's inside to explore
space. Whether your garden is large or small, breaking it into smaller spaces — each with its own boundaries and personality — creates the illusion of more space. The solution can be as simple as erecting a partition that insinuates a separate space and serves as a gateway. In the garden here, an open grid
“is this 2x2 lattice strips?” — joanbollier
Paul Moon Design
4 Reviews
Yarrow Garden
the garden where to get these round greenary trees around the fountain not to mention that my country is Oman near to dubai, hot weather
Just rented a house in Dubai, and took out all the grass, intending a water saving landscaped garden... with areas for a wooden swing for the kids, stone gravel, small grass area, potted plants... I like it architectural, but soft...
Thank you so much for taking the time to answer my question! Enjoy your lovely garden.
garden privacy trellis for our backyard
restricting philosophies of Victorian garden design. Geometric bedding plant schemes, winding paths and exotic plants were replaced by an interest in nostalgic ideals from medieval times and a return to regionalism and craftmanship.This small formal area in a larger garden echoes the formal side of the movement's
“Privacy” — louiselorente
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