10 ideas to inspire your new boundary wall
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder; our homes are a space where we can truly reflect who we are and embrace what we love. Boundary walls are not just for property demarcation; they provide serenity from the outside world, offer security for you and your family and frame your outdoor space. Give your backyard the backdrop it deserves with these striking boundary wall ideas!
Boundary wall with timber infills
Mix up the texture of your modular panels with timber panels for a timeless and vibrant feel.
Scenic wall with glass infills
Glass infills have fast become a luxe premium fencing material, favoured in poolside or scenic outdoor area applications. What a view!
Textured wall finishes
Textured feature walls create a focal point for your outdoor space; if a whole wall is too overbearing, consider some feature tiles!
Front boundary wall
As people are shifting toward boosting the functionality of every inch of outdoor space they have, we’re seeing a huge increase in front boundary walls to create a livable, usable front yard!
Boundary wall with slats
Slats have become a popular choice of infill over the years, and they aren’t going out of fashion anytime soon…from aluminium to timber, add a splash of texture and detail to your wall design!
Boundary wall with garden beds
Incorporate landscaping features into your boundary wall for a truly unique design! Consider garden beds, flower boxes, wall planters or climbing plants.
Coreten wall infills
Weathered steel is a trending building material that will offer a rustic, industrial chic edge to your outdoor design.
Boundary wall with integrated retaining
Welcome to the secret weapon for sloping blocks and uneven lots; integrated retaining walls! Our modular wall systems can integrate up to 750mm of retaining into your boundary wall for a seamless, multi-functional solution!
Customised boundary wall
Go with the flow! If you’ve got a unique boundary line, we’ve probably got a creative solution waiting for you.
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