Great idea to hide an ugly fence or wall. Add some climbing vines to add some interest
Aug 18, 2016 . The wood cladding is integrated thoughtfully with the existing low brick wall and extends up to offer more privacy to a small urban garden. outdoor-living-space-garden. Photo: V.I.Photography & Design. Build a raised bed. A planted raised bed at the base of an unsightly wall helps hide the wall behind it
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Not only is it your classic stone retainer wall, but this design has a wooden fence to act as an added barrier. Not that the fence would do a rock or landslide much justice, but the design is what's truly unique about this setup. Something about mixing the concrete or stone wall with wood gives this an interesting feel and adds a..
Regardless of whether you're using the post for a fence or a mailbox, remember that water is the enemy. The best way to . Using a good wood may help prolong the problem, though it will still eventually rot out if not set in concrete and moisture gets to it. . You can use a garden sprayer to spray the wood sealant if preferred
This guide highlights repair and maintenance projects to tackle that will keep your fence looking good and functioning properly, including cleaning your fence, . Scrub wood fences with a fiber scrub brush and a mild detergent solution to remove most stains. . Bracing wood rails - Repairing Maintaining Fences and Gates
Jun 7, 2016 . I am sharing how we created DIY lattice for the front of our farmhouse to hide an ugly cement wall to help give our home more curb appeal. . We screwed the wood strips into the 5 boards with exterior screws. The strips did a great job hiding the wall but made it look very modern. DIY lattice. To make the..
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If you have an ugly fence you can't replace, here are some tips on how you can hide or reface your fence to make it an attractive addition to your backyard landscaping. . If you find rot, particularly at joints, you do not necessarily have to replace the fence, but you will need to replace the rotted pieces. 3. Look for broken or..