5 Creative Ways to Decorate Your Fence
Your fence is like a blank canvas – you can use it to enhance the look of your landscape, get festive for the holidays, and brighten up those dark winter nights. If you’re looking for some creative ways to decorate your fence this year, we have some great recommendations to get you inspired.
A simple way to liven up your fence with some Christmas cheer is by hanging wreaths along it. This time of year is all about adding in those traditional bursts of colour around the home, and wreaths are always a holiday decorating staple. You can even make your own unique wreaths with an array of different materials, such as pinecones, twigs, bows, candy canes, and even wheat.
If you have a traditional wrought iron fence, combine green garland with vibrant red bows for a stunning and classic look. Just loop the garland around and secure the bows in place so they won’t fly off during a gust of winter wind.
String Up Lights
Combine a string of lights to either of these décor ideas to brighten your home’s exterior and really capture the holiday spirit. Use lights to accentuate the rails or place them along the top, stapling them in place to secure them during any storms.
You can also add some spotlights throughout the garden and point them up towards your fence to highlight your decorations at night or your favourite garden features and trees.
Use Oversized Ornaments
Large ornaments are also great to consider for including in your décor plan this year. All you need to do is determine where you’d like to place them and then insert some nails to hang them up. This is ideal for those with a flat, flush fence.
The fence is too often neglected when it comes to decorating for the holidays. But we say, why not include it to add more holiday cheer during the long winter months? For all of your fence-related needs, whether it’s repairs, maintenance, installations or winter prep, give the experts a call at Ideal Fence. We can take care of any issues and ensure it’s ready to handle the messy winter weather that’s just around the corner.