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Backyard DIY Fence

Backyard DIY Fence

We are always here to give you some amazing ideas to decorate your space. For today, I have a collection of 11 Interesting Backyard DIY Fence Ideas. Are you excited?

SEE ALSO: Creative Ideas for Garden Fence

Fence can take up a lot of space and can cost a lot. But, we are always here to give you some cheap alternatives that you can make easily and quickly and save some money. The projects that you will see in a short will not only protect your property, but add life to your space and make it more unique and charming. So, let’s check them out and get inspired. You may find them interesting and try them out who knows. Enjoy and have fun!

VEHICLE PARTS

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Use parts of old cars, trucks, bikes and other types of vehicles to make your own creative and eye-catching fence. Nowadays, the rusted yard decors are very popular, so don’t be afraid of incorporating rusted wheel fence too. As you can already notice, you can turn any part of the bike in fantastic fence design.

METAL AND WOOD FENCE

PALLET FENCE

OLD DOORS FENCE

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FENCE MADE OF SHUTTERS

Wattle material is very popular, interesting and inexpensive option not only for fencing, but for making privacy screens, garden walls or raised bed planters. Pallets are also inexpensive and can be perfect yard decor too. Paint them in some bold color for more interesting and fun backyard look. You can do the same with the doors and the shutters if you think they are ugly and dull.

WATTLE FENCE

BRANCHES FENCE

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WOOD SLICES FENCE

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I truly hope that I have woke up your creativity and you will try one of these fence ideas soon. I really like the way old doors and shutters are reused and I can’t decide which one to make first. What about you? Which idea is your favorite and would you like to have in your backyard? Would you like to have a fence design made of vehicle parts, doors or shutters, or you will go with pallets? I would love to know your opinion, so please share your comments with me. Thank you for reading and don’t forget to stay up to date with the content of Design & DIY Magazine to find many other DIY projects that you can do in your free time.

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