Wattle Fencing: A Cheap DIY Material for Modern Outdoor Spaces
Wattle fencing originated in England and was traditionally woven with willow or hazel branches. However, it can incorporate a variety of twigs, reeds, or branches you find outdoors (namely oak, elder, hornbeam and ash). Check out these inspirations from around the web for using wattle as a fencing material: This wattle screen provides shade in a garden, from Webshots via Timonty Lee Landscape Design’s pinterest.
Construido por Cardoso + Zúñiga en , Uruguay con fecha 2010. Imagenes por Luis Alonso / Grafo estudio. Este proyecto es el ganador del concurso de vivienda 2008, concurso que se realiza todos los años. Su construcción co...
Shade! Use Cloth. A detailed/expansive structure isn't necessary some simple sail-like shades. While you can easily spend thousands on a sophisticated shading system, a few posts, some wires and fabric will set you back a minimal amount of money. Research into material for shades is important. And make sure the cloth is pitched to allow rainwater to fall off of it. Without pitch, rainwater can puddle up in the middle of the cloth sail, causing the fabric to stretch or collapse.