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  • TonyPreston
    TonyPreston United Kingdom
    on Mar 26, 2015

    Thanks for sharing these amazing ideas. For us back at home, privacy is not a major concern as our neighbourhood is pretty quiet and we love for our neighbours to come visit. Hence, our wrought iron fencing which is quite bare does not bother us that much. However, we do add some decorative around the fence to make it more interesting and less bare.

  • Christine Millership
    Christine Millership United Kingdom
    on Jul 5, 2015

    Hi. Great ideas, and I'm going to try to adapt for our garden. Trouble is, I'm in the UK and there ARE legal restrictions, usually 6 feet in height, and we now cannot plant leylandii just any old where, so we need to be downright sneaky to get our privacy! Thx for sharing!

  • Flora68
    Flora68 Driftwood, TX
    on Jul 5, 2015

    Very clever! Thanks for sharing .

  • Anna Picket
    Anna Picket Lehi, UT
    on Feb 23, 2016

    So putting a taller structure up in the yard like this was allowed above the maximum fence height? That's a nice idea and it looks very pretty, too. The hanging plants look great. It's secured to the fence, if I'm seeing this directly. That would make it more steady. http://www.phantomfencing.com.au

  • Elizabeth Sagarminaga
    Elizabeth Sagarminaga Mission Viejo, CA
    on May 30, 2016

    Very nice blog, thank you so much for sharing the ideas with all of us here. Though there are no set norms for the height of a fence but for privacy as well as security it is necessary. I have also shared a blog on a similar subject, hope you will like it. Here is the link to the blog: http://bit.ly/1HjyT9h

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