Our aluminum fences are pleasing to the eye on their own, but there are plenty of ways to give them extra springtime panache. Let’s take a look at some of the best fence decorating tips for the spring season.
Ornamental finials are a wonderful way to deck out your aluminum fence for spring, or any other season, for that matter. Our imperial finials cap off each picket with a touch of royal grandeur.
Monarch finials look positively palatial on gates and fences, adding regal class to any residence or business. Our Fleur-de-lis finials are fit for one of Louis XIV’s private chateaus, and they’re sure to give your fence a stately dignity that you’ll be proud to show off.
Rings are one of those special touches that give a fence an air of craftsmanship and substance. We offer rings and double rings designed to give your aluminum fence a stunning and unique presence that will make you the envy of the neighborhood.
Fence scrolls are another detail that is often left out these days, but they add a ton of style to any fence. Flowing, ornamental scrolls lend otherwise rigid looking fences a touch of nature’s organic grace, so they’re just the thing to make your fence look great for Spring.
Capping off your fence’s posts with ball caps not only looks great, but also protects your fence’s longevity by preventing debris from collecting inside your fence posts. Our ball caps can be powder-coated to match your aluminum fence perfectly.
So far, we’ve talked about some wonderful aluminum fencing accessories, but we haven’t discussed using your own sense of creativity to make your fence look great for spring. With everything blooming, it’s the perfect time to get inspired.
Who says string lights are just for the holiday season? Illuminate your private sanctuary with strings of lights in white or pastels. If you prefer the natural glow of candlelight, then make your own mason jar lanterns.
Add some style to your next spring BBQ by interlacing your pickets with cheery crepe paper. Even festoon your fence in festive finery with floral garlands and ribbons. You can turn your fence into a habitat for neighborhood wildlife by mounting birdhouses, hummingbird feeders, or squirrel feeders to it.
Let your inner artist shine, and use your fence as an outdoor gallery for your favorite paintings and upcycled crafts. There are many creative ways to improve your fence aesthetics; don't miss out on a chance to improve them.