A loose garbage bin or garbage may detracts from the beauty of your yard, however you probably don’t want to conceal it inside either, as that may be unsanitary, unsightly and smelly. If there isn’t adequate space in a garage or shed, a fence to mask the garbage bin place outdoors keeps the unslightly yet necessary bins out of sight and out of mind.
Picket or Privacy Fencing
For maximum invisibility, a garbage bin storage or fence place blends in well with its environment. Staying over fence pickets or sections of privacy fence supply a viable garbage fence to conceal the bins. Even if your yard has no fence, standard picket or privacy fence can form a trash bin fence, painted to match a garage, shed or house color. A hinged gate provides easy access to the bins.
Old wooden pallets are usually available free from businesses no longer needing them. Lined up horizontally and attached together with scrap boards from broken pallets, these structures become a fence that keeps trash bins separate from the rest of the yard. Hinges attached to the conclusion of one pallet and the conclusion of a lengthy binder wall form a makeshift door for the garbage bin area.
Thick divisions cut during tree trimming or reclaimed from the ground after storms can create a rustic garbage bin fence. Branches of similar length, arranged vertically, provide the most important structure for the fence. Separate divisions tacked diagonally or horizontally attach the division posts to another. Instead, thin elastic branches, such as willow, are woven between vertical divisions and tied together with jute or natural roping.
Lattice provides an easily-manipulated material for a garbage bin fence. Thick posts at every corner are all that’s needed for attaching the lattice function. Ivy or flowering vines planted along the lattice function produces a garden-like air, or the lattice theme can be replicated on a freestanding pergola in another area of the yard.