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Transforming Your Outdoor Space

26 June 2023

If you’re looking to create a stunning outdoor space that seamlessly blends aesthetics, then understanding the balance between fencing and landscaping is key. From choosing the right fence style to selecting landscape designs that harmonise with your fencing, we’ll provide tips and inspiration to bring your vision to life.

  1. Choosing the right fence style.

Finding the perfect balance between your fencing and landscaping starts with selecting a fence style that compliments the overall design of your garden. Whether you prefer a classic wooden fence, a sleek modern design, or something in between, consider the overall architectural style of your home and the surrounding environment to make an informed choice.

range of images showing different styles of fencing

2. Materials Matter

When selecting fencing materials, keep in mind how they can enhance the surrounding features. For instance, if you have vibrant flowers or lush greenery, a fence with a more subdued colour palette may allow the natural beauty of the plants to shine. Alternatively, a fence with ornate details can provide an attractive backdrop for minimalist landscaping.

image showing the difference between a decorative fence and a more minimalist fence which allows the beauty of the surrounding greenery to shine through.

3. Privacy and Protection

Privacy is often a top consideration when it comes to outdoor spaces. Assess your privacy needs and strike a balance that provides a sense of seclusion without sacrificing natural light or obstructing view. Utilise fences strategically to create private nooks while leaving other areas more open to embrace the surrounding scenery.

range of images showing how fencing can be used to create private nooks in a garden space.

4. Landscape Friendly Fencing

Consider incorporating landscape-friendly fencing elements that seamlessly integrate with the natural surroundings. For example, opting for fence designs that incorporate planters or trellises can allow climbing vines or colourful flowers to intertwine with the fence, creating a stunning visual effect.

range of images showing fencing being used that integrates with the natural surroundings, such as trellises which allow plants to grow through the slats to create stunning features.

By taking action on these points when designing your garden, you can create an outdoor space that becomes an extension of your home, and with the right fence style, materials and a blend of landscaping areas, your outdoor area will come alive.

On the link below, you can explore some of the range of fencing that we hold in stock. If you can’t find what you are looking for, call us on 01264 366211 or email and we will be more than happy to help!

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