The horizontal wood fence trend is everywhere now. It seems to have been borrowed from mid century modern designers, who preferred horizontal planes and clean severe lines as an easy way to create an original visual effect and make something rather old look new.
Horizontal fences are praised for the protection and privacy they add to any outdoor living space; this aspect adds value to a property. They can be designed with no gaps between pickets or with a semi-private design, which allows partial visibility.
Horizontal Arvada fencing designs do not require any extra labor. The installation process mirrors the traditional fence installation, which involves digging holes for the posts and having the panels locked into place.
The cut sets the scene
Your horizontal fence can be made of different materials, the most popular being rough lumber and smooth lumber planks. The chosen material will dictate the style of the fence, as well as its finished aspect. Rough lumber is great if you want to provide your fence a sturdy, rustic look; on the other hand, smooth lumber planks are thinner and sanded for a silkier texture.
Horizontal fences make the property or the yard look bigger, so they can be used strategically any time you want to put an emphasis on the outdoor space, while also keeping the design simple and linear, suitable for a modern property.