If you have ever lived somewhere with a chain link fence, you know it doesn't allow for much privacy, since you can see right through them. If you're looking for a solution to this problem, this tutorial is your answer. In an afternoon, you can put together a temporary (or more permanent) fencing structure to attach to the pre-esiting chain link fence that won't cause any damage. This one is perfect for renters, especially, who may be worried about causing damage and loosing the security deposit upon move out. Check it out.
Surfboards as fences?
How about bicycle frames?
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"Detroit-based designer David Shock...has cleverly found a way to repurpose discarded day-glo construction fencing into one-of-a-kind totes for market and around town shopping. Ornj Bags are not only eco-friendly, but also a smart way to keep the neighborhood tidy and vibrant with street fashion that allows you to go green for the long haul!"
Clever, eyecatching, and quite DIYable.
Keep your handtools, craft materials, or gardening supplies in perfect order with this simple, mobile, and
endlessly customizable organizer made of chicken-wire fencing material. Simply cut a plywood backing piece and create a same-sized 1x2 frame. Attach the fencing to the frame and then apply to the plywood. Clever.
For full instructions, visit Do Design DIY.