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Reed Fencing Ideas

  • Reed Fencing Ideas to Beautify Your Front or Backyard

    Fencing materials are surprisingly versatile and, with a little imagination, you can come up with unique reed fencing ideas that don't involve building a fence. For example, you can frame a length of fencing to use as a privacy screen on a patio or deck; cover the outside of a shed or dog house to remake it into an enchanting English cottage; or cut sections of reed fencing in half height-wise and use them to fence off garden areas, keeping them safe from foraging pests.

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  • Reed Fencing Ideas - Makeover Your Home

    For those who love to makeover their home with Do-It-Yourself projects, reed fencing and bamboo fencing are very useful materials. Naturally, they're indispensable in the yard for breathing new life into an old fence, but reed fencing ideas extend beyond the basic. It's great for creating privacy screens or attaching to existing structures to completely change the look. Fencing is also handy for use indoors for the same reasons, and you are certain to get hooked on utilizing it throughout your home for an almost instant change to the atmosphere and decor.

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  • Reed Fencing Ideas - Affordable Fencing Rolls from Forever Bamboo

    Reed fencing rolls are fairly inexpensive, making them economical to use for a variety of reed fencing ideas. Sure, they are a terrific way to give your old chain link or wooden fence a makeover to bring the quaint, peaceful look of an English garden to your yard. Any leftover fencing you have, though, can be put to good use in other areas outside your home or even indoors. Use it to build a semi-private barrier around your deck or patio. Cover the exterior of a playhouse or dog house to create a charming cottage either for practical use or just for the aesthetic benefits. You can even cut fencing down to use as a border around flower beds or vegetable gardens.

    Reed fencing ideas for inside the house are just as endless as for your yard. Cover the front and sides of a kitchen island to bring a rustic look to the kitchen. You can even "skin" the cupboards or just face the cupboard doors with reed fencing to take that concept further. The fencing can be used in a similar way in the bathroom, too, as well as to create a semi-privacy screen to separate the bathing area from the rest of the room. Extra fencing is useful in the bedroom, too, for covering a headboard or making one for a bed that only has a frame. Just cut an appropriate-sized piece of fencing and attach it to the wall using a staple gun. Build a frame around it with bamboo edging or other type of wood, then push the bed up to the wall and you have a unique and delightful headboard.

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