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Garden Lattice Designs

Garden Lattice Designs

Garden Lattice Designs

August 6th, 2017

There are many ways to be creative with combining lattice into your garden design.

Check out our ideas here…

Makeover a brick wall


This is a fantastic way to transform a plain brick wall into a beautiful decorative fence.  You can add lattice half way up to create a different dimension to your wall or simply cover from top to bottom for full coverage.

Attach to your Planters


You can add lattice to your planters giving them extra height and a backing screen for climbing plants.

Add to your existing fence

This is a great way to add height and added privacy to your existing fence.  We have many different lattice size and style options to choose from – View them here…

Use as screening to separate your garden

Lattice is a superb way to separate your garden into sections and simply giving wasted space a decorative feel.

Add to your Decking area


Adding lattice to your decking is ideal for bordering your decking area from your garden.  It creates a stylish panel if you wanted a different look from the standard decking spindle panel.

Include some privacy or shelter to your Pergola


If you have a Pergola but would like to have more shelter, then adding lattice is the perfect way forward.  You can attach to either one side, all sides or over the top, enhancing your pergola beautifully.

We hope our ideas have inspired you to be creative with Lattice in your garden.  We have a wide selection of lattice to choose from in a variety of sizes.  View our collection here…

If you require any further advice or more information on our products please do not hesitate to contact us by email at sales@fourseasonsfencing.co.uk or call us on 01233 820240.  Alternatively you can complete our contact us form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

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