Korinna Kriemhild. pergola. August 24th , 2017.
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Not only do they look good on their own but wrought iron gates and fences really do add to the visual impact of the garden or property that they surround. The fence can also provide an additional barrier if a hedge circles the garden. By situating the fence between the hedge and the pavement, one can not only limit the outgrowth of the hedge retaining it within the property but also improve the appearance of the hedge.
Plot out the plan Once you have dreamed up in your mind what you want the design to look like, try to recreate it on paper. Sketches can be a phenomonal way to determine what it will really look like as opposed to just in your head.
Metal arbors and pergolas are probably the most durable and long-lasting choice. In terms of their design and style, many have an almost gothic appearance, and they tend to mesh well with wrought iron gates and fences. There are many types of metal to choose from, including iron, steel, and aluminum. Depending on the type of metal chosen, you may encounter rust on the structure over time. A good powder coat paint finish will slow this process. Aluminum can be a good choice because it will not rust like steel, and it is also lightweight and extremely durable.
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