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How to add Personality to your Fence

Posted on July 13,2019 by Charlie Stimpson.

When you think of a garden fence, do you instantly think of it as a design feature? No, we thought not! Fences are often a much-needed practical aspect of a garden, marking a property’s boundary and adding extra security. However, this doesn’t mean that it can’t be given a little bit of pizazz in order to jazz up your outdoor space.

Why not give your garden fencing a touch of your own personality? With a little bit of thought, it’s easy to personalise your fence!

Add Colour

Adding a pop of colour to your fence is a really simple way of giving your fence some personality. If you fancy a change from the usual brown, green or white coloured fencing, then opt for a chic grey or a sky blue. It may feel like a bold move, but it can really brighten up a space.

On top of it adding a little touch of personality to your fencing, using an exterior, waterproof paint will also protect your fencing from the elements. Whether you choose a bright, bold colour, or even a more traditionally stylish wooden stain, it’s always a good idea to paint wooden fencing to keep it looking its best.

Add Foliage

If you’re a keen gardener, then training foliage to grow against your fencing a great way of adding a bit of your personality to your fence. Honeysuckle is an excellent choice, and will attract bees and butterflies, or alternatively go for a classic like clematis. You could even grow grape vines against your fencing in order to provide you with fruit.

If adding foliage is something you’d like to implement, talk to your fencing company about installing fencing which is topped with trellis. This will give the plants something to climb against.

Add Patterns

Patterned fencing is a very easy way of adding a little bit of personality into your garden. For example, you could add fencing which has a curved or wavy finish to the top in order to give your fencing a little something different.

Add Lights

If you have a personality which enjoys entertaining, why not make sure that your outside space is bright and light no matter how late at night it is? Adding fairy lights, or the more modern and contemporary festoon lights, along one side of your fence is a very pretty way of adding a touch of your personality to your fencing and can create a beautiful atmosphere alongside a patio or decking when dining al fresco and entertaining.

Adding personality to a fence is much easier than you may think. If you’re ready for new fencing, contact D&G Fencing. We are happy to add some personality to your outdoor space in Upminster, Brentwood or Hornchurch with the help of good quality, wooden fencing.