Feb 15, 2017 in Bollards, Gates & Turnstiles
Choosing a Fence to Compliment Your Existing Color Scheme

security fence design

When choosing a fence, whether it be mostly for aesthetic purposes, or purely to provide security to your home or business, it can be hard to find a balance between functionality and appearance. We all want our homes and properties to look their best, and it’s important that we take the time to consider our options in fence design, color, and style.

If you are choosing a fence for a residential home with minimum security requirements these choices can be easier than if you were choosing a security fence. Design is, however, always important to consider, even if you are merely looking to keep people out of an area.


Colour scheme

If you are choosing a fence for your home, you will want to consider the color scheme that is dominant in the exterior of your house, as well as the design of the landscaping, property and of the home itself. While the traditional white colonial fence is very popular, many homes might clash with that fence design. Take a look at your current color scheme and pick a fence color that compliments it. Remember, you can always repaint later, but it’s best to choose a color from the get-go, as it will save you a lot of time and energy.

Fence design

You will also want to seriously consider the design of the fence, whether it be basic chain-link, wood, or a more high-security fence. Design options vary wildly, and it’s important that you choose something that looks good without sacrificing too much functionality. Some people love the look of wrought iron fencing, while others might prefer chain-link, or mesh fencing. The choice is up to you, but keep in mind the surrounding area and buildings when choosing a fence. This will influence the overall aesthetics of your chosen fence.

If you like the look of pointed tips on a fence, or want to have electrical fencing placed on top. These are all things that need to be considered along with color, as they will all ultimately make a big difference on the look and functionality of a fence.

As we can see, choosing a fence is very like making other design decisions. You want to first have a grasp of the overall feel of the design that you are looking for. This includes color scheme, but also the style of the fencing. You want something that doesn’t clash with your home, business, or property, but rather will add to the cohesiveness of the design. If you are unsure of what to choose, it’s always a good idea to talk to an expert, who can give you an idea of what you should be looking for. You can do this by clicking here.