Fence lights is imagine solid walls or fences that will surely block curious eyes but often block light and air as well. You can achieve integrity without compromising on the quality of living behind the fence, however. There are plenty of materials and designs for decorative fences that will achieve similar results.
If you already have a chain link, woven light fence and do not want the expense of. Tear down and build something else, turn it into a vertical garden to give it new life. Vines are an obvious choice for wire or latticework; simply plant them and educate them on the fence. Grow them on a solid wall also with a support structure in front of the fence of small closed bolt eyes and wire. You don’t have to limit your plantings to flowers and ivies; vegetables and fruits such as cucumbers, squash, peas and passion fruit make beautiful and useful screens as well.
Concrete is an often overlooked opportunity for screening, perhaps because it evokes images of massive, solid walls more in line with prisons than gardens and backyards. But a large number of decorative concrete blocks are available that are made specifically for screening. With a well-built foundation, a walled block provides long-lasting beauty and enables almost unlimited airflow through the landscape. Decorative concrete is also a good choice near patios in sunny areas where light shade is desirable.
Wood Framed Bamboo
For a versatile light fence, open frames 2×2-inch wooden or 2-inch diameter bamboo attached larger posts as in concrete. Use loops screwed on the underside of the crossbeams to attach the bamboo shades dimensioned to fit exactly into the wood or bamboo frame. When you want shade or privacy, lower the bamboo screens. Roll them up for sun and wind. Alternatively, you can sour bamboo pots directly to the frame suggested in the decorating Eden. These ideas screen pairs well with Asian style gardens, especially in humid climates.
Open and close
Save money and build something attractive at the same time. A solid plank fence can be expensive and limiting, but by alternating the planks with open surfaces, you can save as much as one third of the material costs and give your garden a more open, airy feel. Outdoor life projects advise you to simply build a plank fence as usual, but skip a board for every three or four you install all around. Attach stainless steel wires vertically at 2-inch intervals from top and bottom nail guns in open spaces. Educate vines to grow the wires for decorative screening between the planks. Alternatively, omit the wires and hang finishing plants from pots inside the openings.