Partitions, buildings, furnitures

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Partitioning, buildings, furnitures

Partitions, buildings, furnitures : Partitioning, buildings, furnitures

A lot of people think that the fence only has functional role, for example shielding, hiding. But it is not true. The style of the fence and the house will determinate the style of the garden and the spirit of the terrace, at a later stage. During the garden designing, the gardener takes in account the already existing buildings, pavements, fixed points. At the end it puts out a total, where the applied elements complement each other, and harmonize in color and in impression.
There is a huge supply from fences. The fence’s size, type, material is varied. Be aware of the stock and prices. It is true for the shed as we. The fence’s locality is generally fixed; it is the border-line of the plot. It is practical to place the shed into the angle of the plot; it is n


Fences, matting, hedges

Partitions, buildings, furnitures : Fences, matting, hedges

Fences might be fancy or practical, but the main point is: it has to be functional. We have to separate the inside garden from the outside noises and powder, but it enables the insight, and often intimates more than it actually covers. It is the professional’s task to build a fence. Although it is solvable at home as well, but make sure that the fence matches the surroundings. Monotony can be eliminated by using different materials. For example we can use brick or freestone – which fit in with the house and the terrace – and use wood to the other parts of the fence.

The fence has to provide safety, and has to keep in the children and the dogs, but keep out the strangers. Commonly we plant living hedge in front of the fence or behind the fence. If we choose a


Garden buildings, furnitures, barbecues, statues

Partitions, buildings, furnitures : Garden buildings, furnitures, barbecues, statues

Right at the start we usually know where we would like to place the pavilion, the shed, etc. Don’t put these building in the forefront, because they overlie the beauty of the garden. Set up the garden buildings in a corner, on solid, horizontal surface. The pavilion also needs a stable basis, but it should be placed so that the owner can see the whole garden. It is usually next to the terrace. The garden chair is not in shade; generally it is under the Sun. If one would like a secret corner, then he can just put out furniture from 1 or 2 parts. It doesn’t require concrete basis. The green background, the exuberant plants provide 100% relaxation. It can happen that we wouldn’t like to put down to the ground some of our favourite plants. If so, we can buy or make a wha


Walls from bricks and concrete elements

Partitions, buildings, furnitures : Walls from bricks and concrete elements

We apply concrete preferably for buttresses and fences in the garden. The height of the wall defines the thickness of it, and the distance between the stanchions. The freestone walls are generally so thick that they hold without bearers.
The cope-stone plays an important role in the view and the impression of the fence. Choose appropriate sized, colored, shaped and formed cope-stones. For example freestone walls should be covered by bigger freestones. Usually the brick wall is covered by brick. In addition, we can cope the brick wall with prefabricated concrete elements.
It is cheap and practical to build the wall from materials, available on the site. I mean the dry-stacked walls from e.g.: freestone, rocks.
In this way we can build decorati


Wood fences, partitioning

Partitions, buildings, furnitures : Wood fences, partitioning

The strength of the fence is defined by its most weak point. The well-built fence is stable and also withstands the rigors of the climate.

We have to figure up how to fix the pillars. The pillars have to be very stable and should be in one line. It is worthwhile to place the pillars into concrete basis, because this is really sustained.

The fence’s life-span depends on the quality of the wood. The used wood should be impregnate, because it doubles its life-span. We can avoid the untimely putrefaction by removing the bark and treat the wood with protecting chemicals, e.g. Bonomit.

If we decide to make concrete basis for the pillars, make sure that we measured the distances between them precisely. It happens that the left space is


Planting living hedges, training plants

Partitions, buildings, furnitures : Planting living hedges, training plants

We plant living hedges to protect us from the downtown noises and dust. It functions and the stylishly assorted plants are exceptionally decorative. If we plant young hedging, take care of placing them in straight line. It is easy to carry out by straining a rope in line with the fence. This rope will mark the center of the plants. The type of the plants depends on the size of the garden. In smaller grounds plant Privet or Boxwood. In largish gardens place Thuja or Leyland Cypress.
If we want to save place, just train creepers on the already existing fence; for example creeping ivy or woodbine. They make the garden more exciting with the colors of their leaves, and with their forms.
The Ligustrum (privet) needs 30 – 65 cm wide space.



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