A truly classic look, becoming popular as early as the Colonial Era.
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Although today they may be found in polyvinyl, traditionally they are made of wood.
This one has been adapted to a Texas-style, using the star on each post. There is a bird finial topping off the 4'x4' post.
The early morning dappled shade, on the arched arbor and gate, is so inviting...
Linking today with TexWisGirl at the Run Around Ranch.
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Hello, pretty collection of fences. I like the white picket fence and arbor. Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!ReplyDelete
Thanks Eileen....hope you enjoy your week end, too!Delete
I have to tell you, you are my fence inspiration! I have a split rail and New England stone wall in my design collection and have drawn a picket fence with arbor for the next release. They have so much character and say so much about the landscape. Thank you, my friend☺️ReplyDelete
Hello Susan....wish this was my fence.....It just may have to be put on my long "to do list".Delete
LOVE love these fences and the little entrance way. Pretty. BReplyDelete
I'm with you on this....they add so much to a front flower garden.Delete
I have never seen the bird used, very niceReplyDelete
i like the use of the star and bird as an added touch. very nice! thanks, meggie!ReplyDelete
I love it- very pretty fence and the star and bird are cool touches.ReplyDelete
It's hard to beat a classic white picket fence!ReplyDelete
Neat white picket fence, I like the stars very much.ReplyDelete