High-Class Fencing for a Refined Ambience
Less is more, as the common saying goes. The art of reduction lives from clear contours and from a focus on essentials such as precision and timelessness. These core principles are embodied in the ‘Restaurant’ trellis divider made by Classic Garden Elements. Modern and yet classical. A stylish solution in steel for anyone wishing to create an atmosphere of repose – in hotel grounds, restaurants, golf clubs or thermal baths. Do you sometimes long for seclusion? Perhaps you are looking for an attractive railing for your balcony, or for a small privacy screen for your patio or terrace? Or maybe you wish to improve the fencing around your house and garden? With its massive posts and solid construction, the ‘Restaurant’ trellis space divider will make an imposing boundary to your property. Elegant design always stands out, and not just when facing the street.
This trellis can be made to measure
When covered in rose blooms, the ‘Restaurant’ trellis divider will easily take centre stage in your garden. Long-stem rose breeds will thrive on it, branching into a mass of fragrant colour. Open fencing is ideal for climbing roses, which will produce countless blossoms. Almost every bud-eye will produce a shoot if you weave the supple rose stems horizontally into the latticework. (Interweaving in this way is possible with trellis fencing – in contrast to wall trellises, on which roses must be attached only to the front of the latticework to facilitate pruning). In these airy conditions, your roses will flourish more than when growing in front of a wall.
In the UK, you will not normally need planning permission for back garden walls or fencing less than 2 metres (6′ 6”) high. For front gardens, the limit is 1 metre (3′ 3”). Different regulations may, however, apply if you live in a conservation area. If in doubt, consult your local planning authority. If you wish to upgrade your fencing, it also advisable to talk your neighbour. In the case of a fence between two back gardens, it is not always clear where ownership and responsibility for maintenance lie. It therefore makes sense to reach an amicable agreement before work starts.