Sausalito Hillside Deck and Garden Fence -- RO to LA and AGarden, San Francisco

Matthew Millman Photography

Garden in San Francisco. —  Houzz
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laurendunec
Lauren Dunec Hoang added this to 10 Fresh Ideas for Good-Looking Timber Fences12 December 2019

1. Windowed trellisThe combination of horizontal boards and board-size windows in San Francisco, USA, gives this fence designed by Scott Lewis Landscape Architecture a distinct look. The windows allow for tendrils of climbing roses and pink jasmine to tumble through, softening the fence’s crisp, geometric design and providing an element of whimsy. For your own windowed fence design, play with where you’d like to create openings, using the empty portions to highlight a specific view and the covered fence sections to screen and provide privacy.

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sierra_schuster
Sierra Schuster added this to Sierra's Ideas11 November 2021

Random Rhythm - Boards are missing in random spots to let plants grow through

yvetteraymond
yvetteraymond added this to Backyard Oasis16 February 2021

Take some fence our for more see through version

jodiecameron12
Jodie Cameron added this to Garden7 February 2021

Use this idea for the privacy barrier between the washing line and main garden

jennie_weible
Jennie Weible added this to Principles of Design14 September 2020

Random Rhythm has no specific pattern. The opening are just randomly placed everywhere.

kellsie_johnson
Kellsie Johnson added this to Principles of Design14 September 2020

Random Rhythm Parts of the tree are coming through the fence in random spots like how the rhythm is very random and unorganized.

lillian_roby
Lillian Roby added this to Principle of Design14 September 2020

random rhythm is shown in this image because it doesn´t have a theme its just random