Fences are where appearance meets practicality. When bargaining for the most efficient way to make use of your lawn, your fence should be on the foreground of your thoughts. Fences have always been a symbol of style and security, ranging from styles such as thick gothic point fences to beautifully painted picket fences to ornamental and sturdy wrought iron fences which stand vigil at the gates of grandiose mansions.
In modern day life, finding a way to balance one’s need to express oneself with the need to address practical needs, can be difficult. But decorating your fence can be a great way to do just that without even the need to clutter your grass.
Let This be a Sign to You
Signs are a great way to express yourself. They say a picture makes a thousand words, so a picture captioned with even more words must make quite the statement! Signs have a huge range of application, from the pragmatic to the playful. There’s a sign for pretty much everything. There are signs that let their neighbors know that you have a dog, or signs that direct visitors where to park, or signs that announce what you’re into, like basketball, baseball, football, and soccer.
Don’t Make Light of Decoration
Lights can be a beautiful (and helpful!) addition to the everyday fence. While the Christmas season is most well known for its light shows, there’s no law against having a set of lights set up at or near the fence line. A row of white lights planted in the ground can be designed to run perpendicular to the fence border and the driveway. This makes a rather striking visual effect that highlights not only that there’s a driveway there, making it easier to back in and out of the house, but creates an attractive “red carpet” effect. Practical and pretty!
Plants are a staple decoration for homeowners everywhere. Plants are famously pretty and practical, and can be grown from vines that intertwine through the posts of a fence. You could even acquire a spot of neighborly fame by making a communal garden via your garden. If nothing else, plants have a noticeable effect towards sprucing your fence up and making it look presentable. Flowers are a popular choice if you don’t want to go through the trouble of growing things, and run less likely to attract a wild animal.
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