64 Eclectic Fencing
Whether serving strictly decorative purposes or as a physical demarcation between spaces, fences and fencing are important and necessary additions to all landscape designs. At some point, most homeowners with any sort of outdoor space will need a fence, so it’s helpful to know which fence style and material will provide the longest and most beneficial service to you. More
A unique gate exudes the perfect amount of native and Western influence. I like the pair of feathers in the middle that mimic a dreamcatcher, and the detailing around them mimics the sun’s rays.
Deck and Patio used some unique materials to protect the newly created herb/vegetable garden. A 2.5-foot-high fence with gate was made from brush twigs; it not only protects the garden, but offers an interesting focal point to the yard.
The garden fence constructed from cut down brush is completely custom, intended as a unique part of the backyard upgrade design.
AlumiSlat Fence: 3" slats encompass clean lines and exact separations throughout. 6' height delivers complete privacy while provides a fabulous design.
I have finally found the edging fencing for my garden. It's big enough to deter my dogs but has style. The current wire fencing I have is coming DOWN this spring. The pattern has a whimsical, delicate feel but it's made of iron so you can be sure it's strong.
Old MacDonald may have had a farm, but did he have these white porcelain placecard holders? Shaped just like cow hooves, they create a quite witty—and easy to follow—seating arrangement at a country-inspired tablescape.Set of four placecard holdersPorcelainShips in 1-2 weeks
This sculptural privacy screen can be created any size or height, be fixed or moveable (latter shown). It's handcrafted from a variety of perforated metal to hide equipments or separate areas, such as a patio. Add a little sun, and enjoy terrific shadows that move as the day lengthens ....
Old MacDonald may have had a farm, but did he have these witty placecard holders from Imm Living? Crafted from white porcelain, they're shaped just like turkey feet. Use them to tell guests where to sit while complementing the country tablescape, or let them serve as ideal accents to a Thanksgiving...
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