Stone Fences With Style

Build a beautiful border with a fence that uses stone solo or mixed with other materials.

Photo By: Terry Moore, Christine Ten Eyck, Trish Bigler

Photo By: Terry Moore, Christine Ten Eyck, Trish Bigler

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Photo By: Brittany Lynch

Photo By: Brittany Lynch

Photo By: Harrison Design

Photo By: Harrison Design

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Native Materials

Desert masonry walls made of native stone imbedded in cast concrete, and an entry gate enclose the new garden on a ranch in west Texas. The overall transformation of the ranch property, by Ten Eyck Landscape Architects, was a 2014 American Society of Landscape Architects award winner.

Ranch Entry

A masonry fence is part of an award-winning transformation of a degraded ranch in Texas by Ten Eyck Landscape Architects. The area leads into a garden with native grasses, pecan trees, Apache plume and salvias.

Romantic Ways

A basalt rock and iron fence opens into a Portland, Ore., garden that was inspired by the homeowners' love of gardens in Charleston, S.C., and Savannah, Ga. The garden, which features perennials, roses, and shrubs, was on a 2015 tour hosted by The Garden Conservancy.

Classic Aesthetic

A fence, patio and fire pit have a rough-hewn look, using Belgard materials.

Expansive Garden

A stone fence meanders around a series of garden rooms on this Lake Forest, Ill., property owned by a professional gardener and featured on a tour by The Garden Conservancy. The garden has more than 60 varieties of woody plants alone and includes a formal lily pond and a shade garden, woodland garden, rain garden, working garden, vegetable garden and rose garden.

Natural Match

From the street, the design and structure of this stacked stone fence is eye-catching amid tall trees.

Workmanship in Rural Setting

The style of this stacked stone fence in Georgia fits with the wooded setting and creates gorgeous curb appeal.

Estate Edging

A stone fence provides an elegant border for an Alanta garden. The homeowner desired a garden view from every window, which resulted in seven garden rooms oriented in relation to the house, according to Harrison Design. The home has been on tours hosted by The Cultural Landscape Foundation and the Atlanta Botanical Garden.

Grand Feature

A stone fence on an 2.5-acre Atlanta estate, called Rivermeade, by Harrison Design, adds a design element without blocking views of the natural meadow behind the property. The residence has been featured on the tours by the Atlanta Botanical Garden and The Cultural Landscape Foundation.

Stone and Iron

Stone provides a hearty base and columns for a fence with vertical iron rods.

Textured Details

Stone fences can add rich texture and detail to outdoor spaces. This example has a blend of colors as well, using Belgard products.

Rustic Vibe

A stone fence can add a charming sense of character to a yard and garden. This fence uses stones of different sizes and hues to fit in with the wooded landscape.

Striking Entrance

Stone columns add a sense of grandeur to an iron fence and driveway gate.

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