Mya Natalia. fence design. January 14th , 2018.
When selecting amongst a variety of fence designs and materials, your chief concerns will be of form and function. Form, as you know is the stylistic and aesthetic appearance of your fence. Some fencing materials are incredibly beautiful, such as a deep wood grain with a custom stain to create the perfectly complimentary color to your existing landscaping, or an ornate wrought iron fence to portray an image of stately elegance. Consider corrugated tin for a rustic, bohemian look or even pickets to create an air of Southern charm. Function primarily deals with the practical purpose for the fence. Will your fence keep animals in or out? Is it meant to minimize the visual lines into your property, giving you maximum privacy? Will it support vine plants or other elements in your current or future landscaping? These are your functional considerations.
When choosing this type of surrounding for your property you can choose between privacy and picket fencing. Privacy options don’t have any gaps between the wooden slats, which stops people from looking into your yard and increasing the privacy you enjoy when relaxing at home or in the yard.
There are three wood privacy fence designs that rank among the top. These include the lattice-top, shadowbox and your basic privacy fence. Cedar, cypress and pressure treated pine are the most common types of wood used to construct these fences which usually range from 6 to 8 feet tall. You will sometimes see these privacy fence designs used for fences that are less than 6 feet tall, but they aren’t really considered privacy fences. Any fence less than 6 feet tall is usually there for decoration or to keep in a pet and are not recommended for privacy.
When choosing a color options, don’t automatically go for white, which is the most predictable color. White doesn’t work with all property designs and styles and often a home which uses natural slab won’t look good with a white picket fence. Rather choose a natural varnish or go with a darker color paint to help the fence blend in with ease.
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