Before you and your guests see your lobby, living room, or kitchen, the first thing you notice is the fence. Fences are no longer just to ensure the boundaries of space and signs. Fences are now widely used as borders to outline your garden, highlight your landscape design, or serve as the focus of your street.
Having clear moving lines is wise
The moving lines that you form in your yard are the combination of your moving points. The moving line design should be as clear as possible, not cumbersome, concise and rhythmic. The courtyard fence is just right for this effect.
There are some tips you need to know in order to better design and establish your fences.
According to the different functions of fences, they can be divided into three categories based on height: high, medium and low.
The fences with high height are generally used as the shelter of external walls, which can protect your privacy and ensure the boundaries of your property. The fences with high height can also block the line of sight, and the intervals among them need to be reduced. Vines can be used to form hedges to increase the greening effect of gardens.
Fences with moderate height are generally used as landscape division in the garden, and wooden fences can be used, and the intervals can be large, which can play a certain role in separation.
A low fence is generally used as the edge line of the lawn or flower border, which plays the role of dividing the boundary.
Finally, if you are seeking improvements and would like someone to take care of your landscaping or gating needs, then look no further than Everlast Services. We have experienced landscapers too, who will work with you to create your perfect outdoor living space.
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