One of the last things we think about in home design is which fence we're going to build in the garden...but a beautiful design can make all the difference, and they are super easy to build yourself.
Are you the proud owner of a house or ground apartment with a garden and looking for a solution to define your outdoor space? If so, you should choose a suitable enclosure that allows both the assurance of your safety and peace and that is an aesthetic asset that highlights your garden and living space.
For this, we selected a set of models to suit all tastes and expectations. Whatever your priorities (security, privacy, delineation of outdoor space) and tastes (wood, metal, stone), you will certainly choose the right fence after consulting our advice. Follow the guide!
Wood for a natural style
Wood is the ideal material for all those who want their fence to be in harmony with the natural world of your garden. Thus, it will be an integral part of the green setting and it does not break the atmosphere of the area. It will help, for example, to make it a green oasis to enclose plants, trees and grass with bamboo branches and bright colours.
It is therefore natural that this fence will fit into your garden and provide a clear and safe boundaries while creating an intimate and enjoyable setting.
Metal for an original look
If the wood has the advantage of settling in with the natural elements of your outdoor space, metal can add a real touch of originality to your garden. This is exactly the case with this steel fence proposed by So Garden, which gives a designer look to your outdoor space, while preserving its natural appearance with the rusty colour blending well with the environment.
This wall will therefore provide a secure barrier to your garden, and it can also be illuminated since it is designed to be easily fitted with lights.
Concrete for playing the modernity card
It is also possible to opt for a resolutely modern style when choosing a concrete fence. This material has the advantage of being solid, not deteriorating over time, and being very easy to maintain. Moreover, it does not only ensure the safety of your outdoors, but also helps to reduce noise coming from the external world.
If your garden is near a busy road or in a very noisy environment, the fence is a simple, modern design which can be a good solution for your garden if it is isolated from the world and make it a modern and peaceful haven.
When it comes to delimiting your garden, ensuring the safety of your outdoor space, or creating a garden which is protected and intimate, there are countless possibilities.
If your priority is to prevent your dog from escaping, a rather low fence will do. If, instead, your priority is to close your property off from prying eyes and make your garden a haven to isolate yourself from the world, a very thick and high fence will be much more suitable. The online sales site for carpentry, Neo10.com, offers 3D tools to configure and purchase aluminium from their online portal.
Some models ingeniously combine several materials to offer you the best protection while retaining strong aesthetics. This palisade uses aluminium and composite wood, which allows for the combination of the robustness of the metal and the natural look of the wood. A good solution, therefore, to protect your garden while giving it a stylish look and design.
The possibilities are limitless, as this fence is customisable and can be tailored to your needs by Deck-Linea, offering several composite wood shades. It remains for you to choose the one that best suits your garden.
If you fear that you will feel trapped by a fairly high fence, partition walls or hedges may be the solution for you. Fibreglass walls and polyester thus make it possible to define your outdoor area without obstructing the view with a too-high barrier. It is therefore ideal for those who want to physically mark the boundaries of their garden, but do not need to protect themselves from the outside world, consequently having enough space for insulation.
Hedges, in turn, can complement the wall and give it a natural touch. They may also in themselves constitute an effective and natural fence that keep your eyes sheltered from prying eyes, while preserving its authentic and natural character.
For more outdoor inspiration, learn about: Making A Big Impression With A Small Front Garden.