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Painting a fence can quickly and easily improve the appearance of your garden for a relatively low price.
Check out how these Bunnings Workshop members updated their fence using paint.
1. Backyard makeover with new deck and planter boxes by @maknilsin
Painting this fence using a Dulux product tinted in the Colorbond shade Woodland Grey was the first step in this backyard transformation.
2. Fence makeover by spray painting by @KingStreetReno
Using a spray gun to paint this old fence saved hours and ensured clean up was easy.
3. Backyard landscaping and decking by @Jimi
Workshop member Jimi painted this fence in Dulux Monument to compliment his exposed aggregate concrete design with bluestone.
4. Fence rejuvenation by spray painting by @Jason
Workshop Community Manager Jason renewed his tired fence using a paint spray gun and found that it was quick and simple.
5. Backyard patio makeover by @Chiren_J
Workshop member Chiren_J spray painted this fence using Dulux RapidFinish paint as part of a comprehensive backyard makeover.
6. Fence makeover and outdoor entertaining area by @NickiC
Painting with Dulux Monument and adding Matrix panels spruced up this fence.
7. Fence makeover using Dulux RapidFinish paint spray gun by @Nikkaz
This plain fence was given a makeover using a paint spray gun and now offers a rich contrast to outdoor greenery.
8. Budget fence makeover by @Elise15
Mixing Dulux Domino with a more affordable base and hand painting instead of investing in spray tools kept Elise's project to a tight budget.
Spray painting is a fast and efficient way to update a fence. Check out How to spray paint a fence.
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Love these! Just curious, why is everyone painting.it grey and not any other colours?
Grey is a great backdrop colour for use on a fence. It goes with and complements most other colours and allows those in front of it to really stand out. The combination of green and grey is really pleasing to the eye. The greens of plants really "pop" as there's a high contrast level against the grey. Being modern, on-trend, and a safe choice also plays a large role.
A good place to consider lighter colours would be in a small backyard. Dark tones tend to make a space look smaller. On a small yard or courtyard, you might like to go for a variation of white to make the space look larger.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
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