Homeowners in Bothell can add curb appeal with these 2021 fencing trends. Here are just a few ideas from Allied Construction, Inc.
A shorter fence allows the beauty of your home to shine through. The days of tall privacy fences might be waning, based on current consumer interest in picket fencing, usually no taller than three feet.
Out on a Ledge
One way to add beauty to the yard is interior-facing shelves. This popular fencing trend will bring the eye up and can add a decorative element, even to chain link. Fencing shelves can be used for flowers, plants, decorative items, as well as a handy spot for tools.
A fence and a deck are like Snoopy and Woodstock, or Holmes and Watson – okay alone, but better together. If you have one, consider installing the other. Go for similar appearances, taking advantage of the many man-made products that mimic what you may already have. For a unique look, explore the possibilities of a contrasting color for vinyl fencing. For instance, what about a black vinyl fence to set off light-colored siding or roofing?
Keeping Up With Latest Fencing Trends in Bothell
One or more of the fencing trends you’ve just learned about can help you improve the appearance of your property. You’ll want a company with experience to help boost your home’s value, and bring beauty into your life. Allied Construction helps Bothell homeowners; we remove, repair, design and/or build almost any type of fencing or fence accessory needed. When you want quality materials and expert installation, contact us today for all your construction needs.
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