61,762 wire fence Home Design Photos

Lear & Mahoney Landscape Associates
4 Reviews
Toylsome Lane Southampton Village New York
Ideabooks864
Questions1
hedge with a fence in it is the best of both worlds
concept of wire fence inside hedge to meet pool code
hiding a chain link fence - great idea, but big maintenance in shearing.
wire fence is located inside hedge
fence hidden in the privet hedge
Using hedge with metal fencing concealed to meet
required fence.” But beware of maintenance — while the pictured privet is relatively cheap to plant, the maintenance, including triannual shearing, can be costly.
For this hedge the fence is hidden inside. A wire fence, installed
but required fence.” But beware of maintenance — while the pictured privet is relatively cheap to plant, the maintenance, including triannual shearing, can be costly
A wire fence is embedded in the privet hedge.
“Privet hedge” — craigblaze
Paul Farinato
cedar gate
Ideabooks1,279
Questions3
Where do you find the heavy wire fence material?
I can't tell from the photo if the wire grid is painted. Is it just
just standard 4X4 galvanized fencing material? It looks darker than galvanized; was it painted?
Nice gate and wire fence design.
Provides where in bay area to get wire mesh
Love the fence and gate !!!!
Golden State Lumber in Bay Area for Fencing wire/material
“Very cool gate” — ranch86
Blasen Landscape Architecture
Blasen Gardens
Ideabooks8,869
Questions4
What wire is used in this fence?
Are there plans for the construction of this fence available?
How come no one is answering the questions on this fence?
Can you tell me the materials that were used for the fence and door?
looks like 12.5 gauge galvanized steel wire with 2x4 in spacing.
I would love to see the other side of the gate. Is the wire "sandwiched" between the boards; and how is the diagonal piece installed?
fencing almost invisible. use for deck railing
Possible back wall fence against woods area.
Wide chicken wire or bull nose fencing?
grey fence, contemporary version of a split rail
I love the simplicity of this weathered gray painted fence with wide chicken wire. It's practically see-through but still provides all the benefits of a fence. This is a great solution if you want and need a taller fence, but don't want to block the view.
“Fence doesn't block view” — magwa74
Avant Garden
4 Reviews
Kentfield Artist's Garden
Ideabooks12,343
Questions5
Hog wire fence surrounding dog run with dog house. photo by Galen Fultz
The 34" x 16' hog wire fencing I've found to date has small openings on the bottom and large openings on top. Whose 3" x 3" or 4" x 4" hog wire fencing (manufacturer) are you using? Thanks.
How did you secure the wire fence to the wood posts?
The fence etc LOOKS wonderful but I do see some problems. 1) the fence is too low for many dogs and the wire grid is far too wide and injury can occur to the dog.
Like the wire in the fence
ideal fence for small dog run with dog house and deck
wood + hog wire fence for interior of backyard, perhaps surrounding a garden?
hog wire fence panels with top wood rail
Great look with inexpensive agricultural wire mesh panels.
“Fence” — jamiepantuso
REMARK
1 Review
Bowen Residence
Ideabooks12,402
Questions4
The patio was separated from the vehicular area by a living fence to provide some privacy while allowing for air and light to penetrate. All the plants are native and provide year round interest and a verdant feel to the space.
looking to buy the hardware for the wired fence
What is the wire material and can you give a source?
What is the creeper on the wires?
I think the simplicity of that wire privacy fence is brilliant! I'm going to steal the idea - it would work for us in the NE because
wire fence for climbing vines
transparent privacy fence for lower side yard
privacy fence. grow vines up the wire.
different heights of fence horizontal pieces
Style of fence and the openness to reveal the garden
need to recede. Taut wires on this trellis support climbing plants as they grow up and fill out the space, creating a living fence and allowing the wire and gray painted support posts to blend in with the background.
“vine fence” — rknigh2
Paul Farinato
douglas fir gate
Ideabooks2,476
Questions3
Where do I find the type of wire fencing used in this design?
I like this type of fencing and would like to have some installed in my yard/garden. If you don't have a installer in my area (Chicago) can you tell me where to find the wire mesh?
i am a wire weaver from China, I can supplier this woven wire for the fence , but i am not sure how many of this woven wire you need , if it is a small quantity ,you should find them in your locally . If you need further
Wire fence made attractive. Shade idea.
Fence idea. Nice to use with growing vines”
If a dog is trying to escape, add chicken wire or boards at or below the soil line. If your pet is digging in other parts of the garden, try laying down chicken wire or
“Gate” — hhqtpi
Joanna Briggs
Hog Panel Fencing
Ideabooks3,672
Questions3
secure the fencing onto the wood
I love the look of this fence and would like to make one like it for my dog kennel. I was wondering how this was built specifically how the metal gating was connected to the wood frame?
where can I buy 4x4 hog fencing ?
i want to build a hog panel fence ,i would
need plan and details for building a hog panel fence,where can I get them.?
of the wire to leave the vertical and horizontal ends exposed. Bolt cutter or grinder. Drill holes in the lumber for the wire end to push into 3/4-1". U can use wire fence staples as well but they are more prone too rust than the wire.
For added stability cut off the flush sides of the wire to leave
vertical and horizontal ends exposed. Bolt cutter or grinder. Drill holes in the lumber for the wire end to push into 3/4-1". U can use wire fence staples as well but they are more prone too rust than the wire.
“Fence and trellis combo” — jmv7an
Island Gardens Company
Gravel Paths
Ideabooks907
Questions0
Wood posts and sq wire lets forest show thru...would like old barn wood blue-gray like trees
varying heights living fence could be good for dog
This fence works well for a vine growing plant and shrubs can still grow in front
the fence without the barbed wire
tight wire on bottom and for deer on top
Interesting combo for fencing. Slow the deer and small critters
“Fence” — shamaineoram
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