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Is it time to update the fencing around your home? Adding privacy and security doesn't have to mean installing an unsightly barrier. From man-made stone enclosures to nature-focused boundaries and everything in between, these clever fence designs have something for everyone.

Modern Metals
If you want design versatility that's durable and long-lasting, a metal option may be the way to go. While wrought iron is a classic choice with a host of practical advantages, some homeowners opt for a more industrial look with corrugated metal panels.

Stone Sanctuaries
Take a page from the past with the time-honored design of gabion walls. Derived from the Italian word "gabbione" meaning "big cage" and used for centuries in civil engineering projects, these basket-like structures can be filled with stones, concrete or mixed material to create a sturdy, durable fence or retaining wall.

Botanical Barriers
If calm is more your style, consider enclosing your yard with a living fence. A variety of plant life, such as hedges, shrubs or flowering vines, can create an eye-catching border. For a more contemporary aesthetic in the right climate, consider something appealing but less common, like Frida Kahlo's cacti fence.

Creative Cordoning
Add some personality to your property by turning found objects or recycled material into a one-of-a-kind fence. From bottles to bicycles, let your imagination be your guide.

Whether you want to creatively display repurposed items or embrace nature, there's a fencing option to fit your lifestyle -- just be sure to practice fence etiquette to avoid potential neighbor disputes.

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Scott Adams said...
Im glad you mentioned metal options. I just moved to a new house and I need to put up new fencing. I like the idea of metal, because like you said they are long lasting. That would be nice because I plan to live here a long time. Ill keep this in mind while looking for fencing.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14 2017 4:25 PM
Arthur DeMarco said...
I liked your ideas about a living fence. I think it would be very picturesque to see a flowering hedge around my property. The smells would be a pleasant benefit too.
TUESDAY, APRIL 03 2018 9:39 AM

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