16,215 fenced area Eclectic Home Design Photos

EAC Designs
4 Reviews
Dershowitz Backyard
Ideabooks11,389
Questions3
Using 2x6 treated lumber for fencing is all the rage this season! And a 2x6 style and rail as a back yard planter. http://alleghenymillworklumber.com/
seating area, low maintenance planting bed, artificial grass, flowerpot wall, use of narrow yard
Living Fence Under Deck OR between Bay Beach Property.
Decorate your space with a living wall. Give a tall fence new meaning by creating your own vertical garden. It adds even more privacy, and does it with style.11 Inspiring Vertical Gardens
“Fence” — gceasar
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Carson Arthur Design
1 Review
Beachview
Ideabooks4,221
Questions4
it is! cheap and easy and looks great in a children's area
I like Kids area in the garden
Love the rocks & privacy fence.
The areas designated for kid fun
and fences, making them less visually obtrusive in a small garden.
outside play area for the kids
4. Make use of vertical space. Chalkboards, climbing walls and buckets of toys can be hung from garden walls and fences, making them less visually obtrusive in a small garden.
space. Chalkboards, climbing walls and buckets of toys can be hung from garden walls and fences, making them less visually obtrusive in a small garden.
7. Use one surface material. If you have multifunctional areas, use one material to unify the spaces. “Small spaces need that cohesion,” says Arthur
“no grass, great idea!” — slauramia
SB Garden Design
Venice
Ideabooks23,781
Questions6
I want to do the same thing - a thing layer of bamboo in front of a fence. What kind of bamboo is this and how was it planted please?? Thank you!
Cheap way to cover an area. Wire.
The fence is ideal with the terraced yards
Privacy fence on Trish side.
Edible privacy fence?
Alternative to privacy fence
Living fence...Fence idea...Privacy fence...Green fence...The flowered fence...Vines on fence...Vines/privacy fence
“vine on wire mesh” — Jenny Snider
My Romantic Home
Romantic Cottage Garden
Ideabooks3,861
Questions1
The ambiance and entire seating area
Love the angel on the fence.
quaint seating area. idea to hang a plant from a telephone pole.
up against a fence, isn;t it amazing what colors and textures can do
big improvement hides dated wooden fence
If you have a smaller dining area in mind, a small table paired with a loveseat is a great casual dining option. I love how this setup is nestled among the garden and accessorized with bird cages, bird houses, and other outdoor knickknacks. These accessories add a personal touch and can be changed out
“Levegg ide:)” — tinnetinne
Sarah Burke Design
5 Reviews
San Francisco Apartment
Ideabooks998
Questions0
this photo be coz of the openness of the area n how inviting it looks
Most similar to our existing fence
Do not like fence to floor...no planting/ softening area
note stepped fence around raised seating area
Nice for small area.
Bunkie outdoor area.
High fence with bench
dog ear fence...simplified fencing...fence tiered...Patio fence...wood fence
“Cute and fun color scheme” — ndimi
Kimberley Bryan
5 Reviews
My Houzz: 1891 Queen Anne Home with a View
Ideabooks577
Questions3
I'm looking to enclose an area. We already have the overhang so space is limited.
The front enclosed area is a 7' by 5' 6'' . As you go up the stairs into that " mud room " you can go straight inside the house or by a door on the right side ,to the open porch ( 16' by 13' ) . I did built that porch around a flowering tree that
Entry roof , and fence , cottage feel.
cut-out detail on fence is lovely
feel about living there will affect how you feel about your home. If you are feeling disconnected from your home, consider taking time to explore your area and seek out good things and hidden treasures.
“striped” — Laura Wear
Terra Rubina
1 Review
Formal in Noe Valley
Ideabooks5,683
Questions3
Is this a fence with lattice screening in front of it?
I'm wondering how you achieved the fencing effect here. Can you tell me the source of the fencing/lattice screen materials? It looks lovely.
These are 6" posts with a simple board fence in the background to which the lattice was added overtop and then painted a traditional British garden green. This is all custom.
jafrani with green cover in front RH set back area (edge of UG water tank)
Arbor in front of fence for clematis to climb
I like the lattice work in front of the fence
raised planter wall in front of fence. trellis on fence
I like the two layers of fence and lots of plants in a small space.
On a smaller scale, plants can work in conjunction with fences or walls to expand their height. This may be done with small, ornamental trees or large shrubs. Place them as needed for screening small spaces. Japanese maple (Acer palmatum, zones 5 to 8, shown here) serviceberry (Amelanchier spp), cornelian
“trellis” — hightider
Busybee Design
An Indoor & Outdoor Oasis
Ideabooks19,805
Questions7
What is the screening on the fence and where can it be purchased?
It looks like the shadow box style fence.
Fence with lattice work. Also, painted fence to match our house.
make concrete built-in seating in firepit area - add thick cushions in fade-free fabric on top fo ed comfort
4. Designate zones. Outdoor area rugs can help designate zones for different activities. In the image shown here, the rug is used to warm up the seating area but opens up to the cafe-height table as well.
“Furniture” — bassett7
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