242,783 natural fencing Home Design Photos

Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Sun Valley
What type of wood did you use for the fence?
as well as on the fence posts and railings. The horizontal line of the fence references the horizontal striping that naturally occurs on birch bark.
This fence is another example of seamlessly integrated natural materials. Color variations between white and black appear in the birch tree trunks as
“Spacing of boards” — marymoore755
Jean Marsh Design
9 Reviews
Edible Landscape Design
Love the branch / twig fence!...willow fence...cool stick fence...Stick fence for side yard...Natural fence...this fence...The fence!...Cute fence...Natural fence and beautiful nastursums...rustic fence and plantings...chicken fence for beds...the fence...Cool fencing...like natural fence...Natural trellis...woven fencing...I love the fence...Love this fence/trellis
“edible garden=nasturtium, lavender, violet, pansies, johnny-jump-ups, squash blossoms” — Mary Herman
Volz O'Connell Hutson
Bastrop County Plantation House
so many love love love the fence. possible to share how to create?
Thanks very much. Sounds like the fence not only looks great, but provides a great community service.
Wood post fences. A wood post fence with rough texture, like this ash juniper post fence, gives a nice handmade look to a home landscape. Wood that is
“FENCE” — Natalia Aristizabal Fernandez
Loudon County, VA Custom Pool Design
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Since 1999, we have worked with homeowners to develop truly unique and distinctive outdoor living spaces. We specialize in upscale poolscapes, hardscapes and landscapes.
Archiverde Landscape Architecture
23 Reviews
Love the natural wood (stick) fence. Did you have it made?
I would like to build a similar fence for my garden; however the materials would need to be purchased, as we do
A naturalized fence from twigs and branches...
neighbors," Bibb says. Adirondack stick style inspired the eastern red cedar fence around the edible garden. The vegetable beds are round galvanized steel horse
“Natural look” — phoebe32036
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
38 Reviews
Less Lawn More Garden
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
hydrangea peeking over fence from other side
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 ?...natural wood fence with original posts...White trim house with natural fence
“cottage” — PrestonNiki Maxwell
Change of Seasons - Gary Kernick
11 Reviews
Steel, Stone & Sticks
This would be great to discourage my chickens from stepping through my new fence!
How they used the natural branches as a screen/same
Back fence for against the ditch, with ditch view but security
6. A recycled-materials fence. Great fences can come from the materials at hand. For this one Gary Kernick asked a local tree company for some spare birch
“branches with fencing” — vantrace
James Martin Associates
1 Review
James Martin Associates
the brick of the columns where the fence is?
can you tell me the height of the pillars and the height of the fence
base of the finial. The fence is about 3'-6" tall.
In front of the fence are shrub roses. On the
the other side of the fence, near the driveway, is Feather Reed grass with a burgundy Barberry. The hedges are boxwood and the perennials throughout are
How tall is the fence? Thanks....Low fence, hedge, matches house nicely
“Landscaping” — Havan Built Homes
Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
1 Review
Vegetable Gardens
outdoors, including the often over-looked vegetable garden. The use of a fence or enclosure of some sort is helpful in keeping the gardens fruits safe from
less welcome marauders such as rabbits and deer. By enclosing the space the fence itself helps to create its own little world within.
Putting the fence along the west tree row. Then plant the trees and shrubs
small fence around garden area to keep out animals, not
“Fence” — Nicole Sinagra
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