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How to showcase your garden with premium fencing

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Proud of your flourishing Birds of Paradise? Want to draw attention to those bright new leaves of your monstera? Loving the colour scheme of your carefully cultivated flower patch? To make your garden truly stand out, consider the canvas upon which it grows against. Your backyard’s backdrop should complement your thriving garden; give your outdoor space the premium fencing it deserves.

White magic

A solid white, premium fence is a stunning choice to make colours truly 'pop'. It highlights green foliage and the colourful blooms of flowers, brings a fresh, bright look to your backyard and is also perfect for giving a summery lift to your pool oasis.

A stark contrast

Alternatively, you can use a darker contrast to frame your garden, allowing the plants themselves to be the bright visual. This creates a dramatic look that showcases your garden’s spectrum of colours and lends a modern look to your property.

Keep it natural

If you're looking to blend the aesthetic a little more, choose a premium fence painted in natural tones to complement the plants. As seen here, the modern yet earthy colours of the fence blend beautifully with the surroundings, complementing the shrubs for a soft, elegant outcome.

Be bold

Inserting feature panels can be a fun way to juxtapose materials and give your garden splashes of colour and depth. The bold colour scheme of this premium modular fence contrasts nicely with the natural effect of the staghorn fern and climbing ivy.

Step it up

If your outdoor space is sloped or stepped, consider SlimWall retaining walls to create a tiered garden. In this way, your space is used to its full potential, with gravity-fed irrigation systems adding the bonus of simpler garden maintenance.

Written by Evelyn Kandris


SlimWall, our Premium Fencing product, can accommodate any finish or accessory, and is able to incorporate retaining panels to create standalone or integrated retaining structures, as seen above.

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