40 hedge to keep out deer Eclectic Home Design Photos

Jamie Laubhan-Oliver
The Olivers House
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Any know where the deer mount is from??
I purchased the deer heads several years ago through Neiman Marcus. I know that they don't carry them anymore. I wish I knew the vendor so that you might be able to find
I love this modernized take on displaying a deer head. I also love the shooting range target displayed right next to it
Arwork. faux deer, target B for Boitano!
collected feel. The framed target page is just the right twist to keep you a little spooked.
The black stylized silhouette of this deer-head wall sculpture is a very strong visual in this black-and-white arrangement. Also having the faux deer head next to a human target is one of those things that make
If you saw all of the pieces in this room in a piled in a warehouse, you'd think it was wacky. However, the way they are arranged — keeping the color palette to almost all black and white and paired with sophisticated furniture — adds glamor. Especially that furry pillow and that sheepskin throw! This
“modern feel” — jackyboy1985
{environmental concept}
1 Review
Assorted
Ideabooks26,387
Questions8
I'm wondering if there is a way to find out what kind of wood was used for this fence. Thanks!
What type of wood did you use and how did you affix the deer fence? Looks wonderful!
WHERE CAN I FIND THE DEER FENCE
We are in need of fencing around our back yard. I would love to use the mesh panels across the back in order to keep the view open but critters out. What materials were used?
http://tsc.tractorsupply.com/nav/cat2/fencing_feedlotpanels/0 We have awful deer too. You can do this on the cheap by finding livestock fencing. It comes in all varieties of shapes and sizes. Then frame the panels with whatever
Maybe we could put something like this fence around our organic raised gardens to keep the cats out?
“Front side fence idea” — Susan Kanemasu
Designscapes Colorado Inc.
1 Review
Paths, Stairs and Gates
Ideabooks26,051
Questions9
It's a great idea. I've been looking for something easy, low cost and good looking for my garden. This would help keep my dogs in their yard and my chickens out of my veggies!
Anything in the design to keep gophers(or prairie dogs) from digging under the fence?
Garden fence to keep dogs out of plantings
make taller for vegetable garden to keep deer out.
Fence to keep our deer and bunnies
The back area for keeping the dogs out of the compost area
keeping the dogs out the veggie patch
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 bay.
“Pavers in grass” — lovemydogs14
Kimberley Bryan
6 Reviews
Musical Whimsy in Bellingham
Ideabooks142
Questions0
Moss deer on left, I want one!
much that it keeps getting ruined. They get in there and dig in it. They ate the first set of antlers, too; my neighbors brought me a new pair."The kitchen door opens onto a concrete patio covered by a mature arbor of wisteria and kiwi vines. "We have dinner parties with our neighbors out here, and it's
“nice deer!” — Parker Torrence
Bruce Clodfelter and Associates
4 Reviews
Bruce's Garden
Ideabooks48,774
Questions11
intimate conversations. Narrower paths leading to small seating areas with cozy furniture provide a respite during larger gatherings. A surrounding hedge or wall will create a psychological sense of freedom and security for those who venture there and can optimize usable space in a smaller garden.
simple lattice keep patio looking like its still outdoors
just extend seating area, lika a living room out from patio. frame with pergola with lattice back for privacy. leave in river rock
An arbor like this out in the yard might be attractive.
for your dining patio or reading room — or any space where you’ll be seated — a 5-foot-tall hedge or wall is all it will take to make you disappear. Any taller and the space could feel claustrophobic. And keeping the top within easy reach makes trimming less of an ordeal.
“Outdoors design” — mmuchemi
Strell Design
Outdoors Rooms
Ideabooks972
Questions2
Deer fence with smaller holes in mesh at bottom
Very pretty. Tight chicken wire at bottom would help keep out bunnies.
Look at wire below the paneling- this is what we'd need to keep out rabbits.
Like the mesh wire on the bottom. Great way to keep chickens out of the garden.
Keep snakes out?
“fencing” — Brandon Austin
FineLines Design Studio
10 Reviews
Little Garden
Ideabooks3,375
Questions5
to us. They are trained to grow flat on the wall ad needs a support with trellis so you can keep flat as it grows..
They are knock out roses . This one is dark pink one which is also called red Knock out rose because flowers are pretty dark pink , almost red when they first open. They also come in
Little gem magnolia for hedge, trellis, fence
climbing knock out roses on trellis
climbing knock out roses on trelis
Great side garden; fountain or sculpture with raised beds for flowers, ornamentals, etc and out of way of walkway.
“Magnolias on trellis; separate sitting area with dwwrf Mondo” — jreynod
JBM DESIGNS LLC
JBM DESIGNS LLC
Ideabooks10,388
Questions13
How can I decorate or combine some deer horns for my living room
Decorating with deer horns
turquoise color that picks up on your accent pillow and the turquoise color that i see on the rug. Against white walls, the pop of color will stand out.
wow the living area set just so pop out with color
keeping room furniture placment
“Color” — eenarh
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