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18 PRIVACY FENCE IDEAS TO ADD SOME PRIVACY TO YOUR YARD
Although they may not be especially exciting, fences are a mainstay for every homeowner interested in creating a beautiful yard that complements their home’s design style. Here is a list of privacy fence ideas to help you decide on the perfect fence for your yard.
Bamboo fencing gives your yard a tropical feel, or lend a bohemian vibe to your backyard. It’s also quite resilient to colder, snowy environments. With its unyielding strength and beauty, a bamboo fence would help you keep away prying eyes.
CHAIN LINK FENCE
Chainlink fences are great for marking your property boundaries if you’re not too worried about concealing your backyard. Although it’s not the prettiest fencing option available, this fencing is excellent for projects that need cheap but reliable fencing up quickly. Just be sure to take good care of your fence so it doesn’t rust.
VINYL PRIVACY FENCE
With very little maintenance required, and colored with a rich black to suit the most elegant backyards, our vinyl privacy fences are a popular way to add sophistication to your yard. If you want a beautiful backyard, but have little time for maintenance, a vinyl fence is the perfect choice for you.
If you have a retaining wall, a gabion wall can be a great way to make your yard look good, too. With a strong base, this type of outdoor wall is often used as an eye-pleasing alternative to retaining walls, though you may want to consult with a fencing contractor about whether your yard is suited for a gabion stone wall.
WOOD PANEL FENCE
If you want to give your yard a classic look, you can’t go wrong with a wooden fence. Whether you stain it or paint it, a wooden fence is an affordable way to spruce up your yard. Just be sure to keep up on the maintenance, so it doesn’t start looking weathered.
The pallet fence blends well with natural-looking areas, especially if you decorate it with greenery. Pallet fences look particularly great in urban spaces because they increase privacy without totally blocking sunlight.
Originating in England, wattle fencing was traditionally woven together with hazel or willow branches. However, you can use your imagination to incorporate other materials like oak or elder branches.
WHITE PICKET FENCE
The white picket fence is a traditional beauty and inspires images of the classic American dream of a picturesque home.
SOLID TILED WALL
For added privacy and safety concerns, a solid tiled wall is a step above a fence. With so many tile choices, your options are virtually limitless. Covering a wall in tiles can deliver sophistication and style.
There are many hedges that can function as a fence. A hedge will provide privacy while also adding the beauty of greenery. This is the perfect backyard fencing option for anyone wanting to keep things green.
SHRUBBERY AND TREES
Your backyard is the perfect place to reconnect with nature and relax in some fresh air. Enhance that look and feel with creative landscaping. That can include the “fencing.” A concentrated line of tall shrubs and trees can help you add a boundary line while staying “green”.
THE STONE WALL
You should check zoning regulations before building a stone wall, but this is an amazing option for extra security and privacy. Natural stone provides a look and feel like nothing else.
THE BRICK WALL
A brick wall can add that charming old-school touch to the area you wish to have privacy. You could even paint the brick to match other color schemes in the area.
Imagine your options with a trellis fence. Vines or flowering plants allow for extra creativity with this fencing. Bougainvillea, Clematis, Morning Glory, Wisteria are just some of the decorative options available to you.
Surrounding your property with split-rail fencing can create an idyllic scene. With a timeless look, this kind of fence will help you create a yard that’s reminiscent of days gone by.
Practical and durable, timeless, and modern, that describes the wrought-iron fence. Wrought-iron fences come in a variety of styles and require little maintenance and upkeep.
Reed and willow fence are a low-cost alternative to bamboo fencing. Just like bamboo fences, reed fences give that a tropical beauty to your yard. This type of fence is very versatile and comes in many different sizes.
REPURPOSED SHUTTER FENCE
Before you throw out your shutters, you might want to use them to create a fence. You can create unique privacy for your space with repurposed shutters.