If you’re planning on installing a wooden fence in your backyard, you’ll need to consider what it’s going to look like. Picket fences are simple enough to make and they give you the chance to add a little flourish to your garden.
Let’s have a look at some common wood fence styles pictured above.
Curved tops: Curved tops are great for creating comfortable spaces that are designed to blend in with nature. Their simple curves give you backyard a move inviting, friendly feeling.
Space Pickets: Space picket fence are perfect for houses and small gardens because they don’t completely obscure whatever is behind it. They allow you to appreciate the beauty of your home, blending into the overall aesthetic.
Board on Board: Board on board fences allow each of the picket to overlap with the next, which creates a continuous fence with no gaps. These kinds of fences are best for complete privacy, as they completely block people from looking in or out.
Lattice Top: Create added privacy in your backyard with treated pine fence extensions. Available in a variety of attractive designs, offering full or partial block out.
There you go! A whirlwind look at just a couple style of fence you could have installed in your backyard. The most important thing to remember is that the fence should compliment the rest of your yard.