Wattle Fencing: A Cheap DIY Material for Modern Outdoor Spaces
Wattle fencing originated in England and was traditionally woven with willow or hazel branches. However, it can incorporate a variety of twigs, reeds, or branches you find outdoors (namely oak, elder, hornbeam and ash). Check out these inspirations from around the web for using wattle as a fencing material: This wattle screen provides shade in a garden, from Webshots via Timonty Lee Landscape Design’s pinterest.
Using Grey Rattan Kubu Chairs In Modern Country Style Gardens
When thinking about jubu chairs, how could I even think about not including styling grey rattan chairs in a Modern Country Garden? Kubu, ra...
Garden Buildings | Wooden Garden Structure
Whether clean and simple or highly decorative, a pergola, gazebo, arbour or summerhouse can provide a wonderful focal point to a new or existing garden.
Privacy Fence Ideas - Large rounded lattice panels encased in brick columns with a timber light beam arbor throughout the top is an incredible style. This beautiful stone exterior personal privacy fence creates a nice visual appearance with the surrounding landscape. Made from large stones and concrete with a slate top this framework is constructed to last. #privacyfenceideas #fenceideas #fenceing
Sheds – Is This A Man’s Castle?
A wise man once said that "a man's shed is his castle" well, actually, they didn't, but they should have. A good shed is a simply a great thing to have in your garden - you can take all those tools and kids' toys that are lying around
Chestnut Sheep Hurdles
British fencing Chestnut. Chestnut Hurdles are available in 2 sizes 1.2m high x 1.8m wide or 450mm high x 750mm wide. Can be a permanent fence with the chestnut hurdles screwed on to chestnut stakes or a semi moveable fence that can be roped together.