20 Fencing Ideas For Any Yard

Learn about the different types of materials and accessories that can be used to build a fence, and see which would work best in your yard!

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March 23, 2015
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White-Washed Picket Fence

This classic American style is a timeless look that will add immense curb appeal to your front, or back, yard.

Square Wooden Fence Posts

A horizontal split wood fence creates a dreamy backdrop in a rural setting. In home gardens, wood is the most commonly used material.

Metal Posts

This simple, metal fence helps keep the space safe, but doesn't obstruct the beautiful view.

Weathered Steel Fence

If you enjoy a metal fence, you might also like the weathered steel look that changes appearance with time.

Lattice Enclosure

Diamond lattice fencing creates a visually appealing barrier and supports growing vines, creating an organic enclosure.

Stacked Stone Fence

A stacked stone fence creates gorgeous curb appeal and blends in with the natural surroundings.

Brick Columns

Brick columns add a mix of materials and break up the redundancy of the wooden posts.

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Concrete Fencing

A more modern option is a concrete barrier that is not only stylish, but also functional.

Round Wooden Fence Post

Looking for a more rustic look? A round wooden fence has a rustic look that will age beautifully over time.

Glass Barrier

Do you need a barrier, but have a view you don't want to cover up? A glass fence is a great option! The glass barrier offers shelter from the wind without interrupting the stellar views.

Hedge Fence

Here is a green fencing option: boxwoods. This barrier not only is green, but also adds so much charm.

Contemporary Wooden Fencing

For a contemporary look, try horizontal slatted lines for a more clean, streamline fence option.

Wrought Iron Fence

Wrought iron is a timeless and versatile look that can span over many different styles.

Stone Pillars

Stone pillars are a nice juxtaposition against the wooden fence. Using a natural material, such as stone can create a beautiful, organic look in your backyard or garden.

Trellis Fencing

A trellis can provide a serene backdrop to a garden and support for climbing plants or trees.

Raw Materials

The raw materials and natural wood add a rustic and organic look, that helps the fencing blend in with its natural surroundings.

Geometric Framework

If you want to spice up your fence you can have a design created between posts that will add an aesthetic look your yard.

Stucco Fence

If you have a southwestern home, a stucco fence may be a great option for you! This type of fence can create a barrier while also match up with your home style.

Wood + Wire

A wood-framed wire fence has a rustic look and easy installation.

From: Heidi Richardson

Fence Post Caps

A way to enhance the look of your fence is by adding a post cap. These came in all shape, sizes and colors and can really make your fence standout.

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