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I love this idea for putting posts up, for lamps, that can also be fence or divider connectors. I like hiding a sturdier metal post inside a fabricated wood post, then attaching the remainder of the fencing to it. Great for high wind areas.

Wooden Split Rail Fence with wire for the dogs - way better than chain link and won't obscure our view like a solid fence!

Wooden Split Rail Fence with wire for the dogs - way better than chain link and won't obscure our view like a solid fence! Hoping to do this fence for our dogs this spring

How to Convert a Chain-Link Fence to a Wood Fence

How to Convert a Chain-Link Fence to a Wood Fence

Replacing an unsightly chain-link fence with a wood fence is a way to provide privacy. There is no need to remove the entire fence; the existing steel fence posts are the basis.

Backyard Privacy Ideas  Fence Cover Up Chain-link fences may be sturdy and low-cost, but they’re not an attractive way to define property lines. The remedy? This homeowner planted burning bush along the chain-link fence separating her yard from a neighbor’s. Four years later, a lush green hedge covers the steel mesh. Other possibilities: clematis, rose of sharon, and trumpet vine. Be sure to tell your neighbor if you plan to plant vines that’ll grow up both sides of the fence.

Outdoor Privacy Ideas to Hide Ugly Views and Nosy Neighbors: Fence It In

18 foot high ivy covered chain link fence - Google Search

Creeping fig to cover the fence or pond area? Grows quickly and could be a big cost saver if you don't mind seeing the fence for a while.

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Would like a whole stretch of fence of this instead of the usual chain link- obviously not cost effective but love it

A lattice fence and arborvitae provide an attractive low-cost solution. Shown here is the Eastern arborvitae (Thuija occidentalis), which will eventually grow to about 20 to 30 feet high and 10 to 12 feet wide.

Planting for Privacy

A lattice fence and arborvitae provide an attractive low-cost solution. Shown here is the Eastern arborvitae (Thuija occidentalis), which will eventually grow to about 20 to 30 feet high and 10 to 12 feet wide. - My Wonder Garden

Chain link fencing. It does the job, yet not very appealing to look at. After moving into a new house with chain link all around, I knew we couldn’t afford to replace a perfectly good fence…

Chain link fencing. It does the job, yet not very appealing to look at. After moving into a new house with chain link all around, I knew we couldn’t afford to replace a perfectly good fence…

I actually love this idea! You could do a cool pallet garden box on the top of the fence.

Cheap Privacy Fencing Ideas

Cheap Garden fence idea … The metal mesh is cattle panel. Strong enough to last and to pull growing ivy vines off of. Cheap Garden fence idea … The metal…

This looks like the best option. Unfortunately need to put a fence around our property

Pictures of Cattle Panel Fencing or Livestock Fencing - Austin, TX - 4 foot tall cedar cattle panel fencing

I wonder if my neighbors would get upset if I put this up between our houses?  DAD....I want this one too :)

This LatticeWall is one of the prettiest alternatives to fencing we've seen. If your MN landscape needs some privacy, we've got lots of other ideas.

Browse some of today's most commonly used fencing materials, from timeless wood to utilitarian chain-link.

On the Fence: 7 Top Options in Fencing Materials

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