When it comes to fence installation, homeowners are always looking for unique and eye-catching designs. One of the latest trends in fencing we have come across is mixing heights and styles to create a visually appealing and functional barrier for your property. This recent project in Palm Bay is a perfect example of how mixing heights and styles can completely transform a home.
The homeowners wanted to enclose their entire backyard for added privacy and security. Instead of opting for a traditional uniform fence, they decided to mix things up. They chose to install a 6-foot high tongue and groove fence along the back of their property, providing them with the desired privacy.
However, instead of continuing with the same height and style throughout the rest of the yard, they opted for a different approach. Along the sides of the yard, they installed 4-foot high picket fences. This not only added a touch of charm and character to the space but also allowed for unobstructed views of the surrounding area.
The front yard was given a completely different treatment. The homeowners wanted to create a welcoming entrance, so they installed a decorative wrought iron fence with a matching gate. This not only added curb appeal but also provided security without blocking the view.
The result of this mixed-height and style fence installation is a truly unique and stunning backyard. The different fences create distinct areas within the yard, each with its own purpose and aesthetic. Whether you're looking for privacy, charm, or curb appeal, mixing heights and styles can help you achieve the desired look.
On this recent installation we used 6 foot white vinyl as well as 4 foot black chain-link.