The fencing is cedar posts with vinyl coated stainless steel mesh.
Fence w/o support
Too much wood. Looks too heavy
This pool fencing is 4' x 4" wolmanized posts in mortar, coated wire (4"x 1") mesh, with a wolmanized 1/2" x 5" top rail. I went with the most inexpensive fencing that was pool code compliant, because I always intended in hiding the fence with a evergreen (boxwoods in my case) hedge. I wanted more of a garden feel. this pick is probably 7+ years old, the boxwoods are fulling grown in and at the height of
It's a very simple detail. 4x4 posts were "notched" to allow the top and bottom rails to sit flush against the face of each post. We then ran the mesh in front of this and it was nailed to the wood... Then we attached fascia boards over the mesh to "sandwich" it and secure it... Good luck!!
Split rail fence with hog wire
Horse wire has 2x4 vertical wires that are welded and sturdier, I see it used a lot here in Northern VA. Goggle "Horse Fence" or "Nonclimb Horse Fence" to find it locally.
Hammock, fence but stain darker?
Different styles furniture
Fence but hog wire