This enchanting contemporary fencing ideas for front yards, a landscape established in seattle. The project owner from fivedotdesignbuild.com/work/designbuild/phinney-energy-retr describe this phinney energy remodel a sequence of new fencing at the entry creates a sense of privacy from a busy streetphoto by cleary ofarrell. On this awesome photo of a contemporary front yard landscape in seattle with gravel. you can found inspiration about gravel, gravel also modern house numbers, oval back outdoor dining chairs plus painted fence and horizontal fence.
Gain privacyif you want true privacy, choose a fence with little to no space between boards. a closely spaced lattice can be nearly as private as a solid material when combined with the lush foliage of climbing plants. the height will depend on the slope of your yard and your neighbor’s yard, the position of your seating areas and any applicable local building codes. try using a length of paper or cardboard the height of the fence you are considering, and have a friend hold it up while walking the perimeter of your yard. stand up and sit down in each area of your yard to see if the fence will be high enough for your privacy needs. consider going gateless. if ease of access is more important to you than security, consider forgoing the gate entirely and installing several offset fences to allow room for a path while blocking the street view, as shown here.
Cool detail on the fence boards. mismatched sizes can be cool but maybe too busy?. changing the widths of the boards makes it more interesting. incorporating planks coming out of the fence could also make it more interesting.