6 Fence Styles You’d Want For Your Home
Improve your property by putting up decorative yet functional fences
Before anything else, the façade of your home is the first thing your guests will notice as they visit—and just like how you invest in your interior design, you need to install a fence that stands out from the rest.
Fencing not only adds to the beauty of your home but more importantly, it adds security and privacy your home may be lacking. Choose durable materials and high-quality fencing that will suit both your home exterior and interior design. We’ve listed down some fence types you may use as pegs.
This house of actor Piolo Pascual’s mom has a low-stone fence that serve as the boundary. This type of fence is durable, stable and requires little maintenance. If your property is traditional in style and the landscaping more formal, this type of fence will perfectly blend to your home.
The concrete fence and the straight lines of the wrought-iron balcony of this home designed by architect Marco Torres reflect on its modern industrial style. This type also needs minimal maintenance and is the most economical.
The wood planks attached to wrought-iron frame matches the rest of the structures wooden theme of this rustic-modern vacation home in Tagaytay.
Bamboo Reed Fence
Adding to the natural and relaxing vibe of the lanai of this home is the bamboo reed fence. If you are looking for an environment-friendly type that is both aesthetic and cost-effective, this is an excellent option for you. You can also choose from a living bamboo or an easy-to-install, pre-made one. This type of fence goes well with relaxed, tropical homes.
The garden of this charming, country-style family home is surrounded by a white picket fence—perfect for providing additional privacy while maintaining a feeling of open space.
Actor Daniel Padilla opted for a wrought-iron-and-concrete fence for his modern mediterranean home in Quezon City, giving it an elegant yet simple appearance. If you’re looking for a strong and reliable material for your fences, you might want to consider using wrought-iron.
Photos: Roy Macam | Vincent Coscolluela | Miguel Nacancieno | Seong Kwon | Dairy Darilag | Mikee Dee
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