21,493 gravel wood fence Home Design Photos

Birdseye Design
4 Reviews
Sunset Cliff- Burlington, VT
Ideabooks257
Questions0
I like the idea of having a porch area or back patio kind of like this one. I like color of the wood too
Wood porch...gravel wood fence...wood ceiling...wood deck
“Floor color” — mmepinky
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Sun Valley
Ideabooks3,679
Questions3
..I'm sure you didn't just dump an inch of gravel down on the grass. We will soon be purchasing a wooded lot and I would love to make a path that doesn't need constant upkeep.
What type of wood did you use for the fence?
love to build this complete with the path and the grass. What type of carex and what type of wood? Thanks so much.
Cool fencing. Perhaps not the perfect fit for our property, but food for thought outside of the plain wood fencing
Simplicity of a gravel path bordered by wood.
the rustic fence and walkway through the tress
natural fence/screen for south east woods
Wood with crush and run path
wood edging on informal gravel path
Country look. Rustic fence and crushed granite walkway. Grasses.
“Walkway for backyeard” — smharrison55
Christensen Landscape Services
Gates, Arbors and Fences
Ideabooks0
Questions0
Gates, Arbors and Fences
wood fencing
Aitken and Associates
11 Reviews
Family Garden Retreat
Ideabooks3
Questions0
wood fencing
wood gate
Intexure Architects
6 Reviews
Gottschalk Residence at Arbor Square
Ideabooks31
Questions0
wood fencing
dark gray gravel...wood pergola
“Pergola and surface” — Arlene
Avant Garden
4 Reviews
Kentfield Artist's Garden
Ideabooks12,014
Questions5
Hog wire fence surrounding dog run with dog house. photo by Galen Fultz
What kind of gravel did you use for your dog run?
How did you secure the wire fence to the wood posts?
The 34" x 16' hog wire fencing I've found to date has small openings on the bottom and large openings on top. Whose 3" x 3" or 4" x 4" hog wire fencing (manufacturer) are you using? Thanks.
Did you use just treated/stained 2x4's for the wood? I love the
to replace an existing fence with something similar - I can get 5'x16' panels at my local Grange. I hope ours turns out as nice!!
The fence etc LOOKS wonderful but I do see some problems. 1) the fence is too low for many dogs and the wire grid is far too wide and injury can occur to the dog.
“Fence” — nherb
Lankford Associates Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Entry courtyard
Ideabooks19,158
Questions5
The main entry to the house is carefully framed by a fenced courtyard to separate the entry from the parking and street. Lath screen, trellis and pathways frame and surround the courtyard. Photo by Ian Gleadle
Can you provide the wood used and details? 4x4 posts, 2x4 top and face pressure treated ? What is the span between posts and height?
The top of fence is 38" above finish grade. Thanks for asking.
How high is the fence shown? Thanks for the help!
Love this fencing and plant arrangement. Nice and sustainable.
design, fence softened by greenery and the stones laid in the ground defining the gravel walkway...
the brick before the gravel. imagine the gravel as the sidewalk. the brick as a spacer between the sidewalk and the plants before you get to the fence
“Half fence and arbour” — peni79
Designscapes Colorado Inc.
1 Review
Paths, Stairs and Gates
Ideabooks25,892
Questions9
material outside the fence, but is that pea gravel or crushed stone?
Anything in the design to keep gophers(or prairie dogs) from digging under the fence?
on how you achieved this fence?
I was wondering if you knew what type of fence this is called...?
Looks very nice! What's the height of the fence?
inexpensive garden fencing; flagstone with grass between so no weeding gravel
Wood/wire yard fence, large stepping stones
fence to section off the (vegetable) garden
This is the fence I want for
The combination of wood and wire
key hole garden design and chicken wire fence
your own vegetables, the last thing you want is for them to be gobbled up by the resident wildlife or dug up by chickens or dogs. A rustic gate and fence in keeping with the garden beyond could be the way to go. Plant nasturtiums on either side of the gate for colour, and to keep those garden pests at
“Chicken garden dividers” — Timothy Bowman
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