Classic Beauty, Lasting Appeal: White Fencing for Signature Properties
Selecting the perfect fence involves more than just design and cost considerations. The colour of your horse fencing is a decision that will resonate for years, shaping the aesthetics of your property and influencing your horse’s environment.
Just like black, white fencing is a classic choice that exudes traditional charm and heritage. If you’re considering white fencing for your property, this blog can help you visualise how your dream will look in reality.
At Stock & Noble, we provide the finest fencing solutions to high-end property owners across Australia and New Zealand. White is one of the predominant colours offered in our flagship product, the Premium Steel Post and Rail fencing. Along with our other products – white Horserail, white EquiRope, Forever White premium fence paint and white sighter wire. Similar to black, white is one of the most preferred choices of our clients across different products in our portfolio.
Through this blog, we will showcase beautiful images of white fencing adorning properties of all sizes, on different terrains and against varied backdrops. So, you get an idea of how white fencing might elevate the aesthetics of your property.
Explore the timeless elegance of white and get inspired to turn your vision into reality.
Property Perception: White looks Expansive
White horse fencing has a transformative effect on the perception of your property. It has long been associated with creating an expansive and larger feel. Its high contrast against natural backgrounds brings a brightness that stands out, making your property a picturesque haven.
Here are some examples of signature properties created with White Premium Steel Post and Rail Fencing.
Aesthetics: White Fencing looks Pure, Clean and Timeless
White stands as a symbol of purity, creating a clean and timeless aesthetic.
Tip: White demands a little higher maintenance than black.
So choose premium solutions with longevity and easy maintenance. The Premium Steel Post and Rail fencing, available in white, ensures durability with a guaranteed 15-year lifespan and an expected 50-year lifetime. Additionally, using premium paints like Forever White for Timber fences promises a decade of vibrancy with minimal maintenance.
Reflecting Your Personality: White Connotes Confidence and Good Taste
Your colour choice is a reflection of your personality and vision for your property. White makes a confident statement, portraying the owner as someone with a strong opinion and a penchant for elegance. Despite being chosen less frequently than black, white is a symbol of sophistication and understated luxury. There is a catch, however, with white if you get it right it can look amazing. If you get it wrong, it can have the opposite effect.
Landscapes: White looks stunning against dry and green backdrops
White fencing creates an illusion of larger properties on dry and green backdrops, however, it might blend on snow-clad landscapes and won’t stand out as strikingly as on others.
Visibility: White Fencing Can Be Seen by Horses
White fencing is highly visible to horses due to its brightness and contrast against a natural backdrop. This protects them and creates an effective boundary at equine properties. You can learn more about which fencing colours are best for horses.
White Fencing for Arenas
In Western Australia, we’ve recently built an arena in white, and it surely looks impressive.
The white fencing gives the surroundings a clean and polished look, adding a touch of elegance to the overall atmosphere.
This bright colour stands out prominently, contrasting against the backdrop. Overall, the choice of white for the arena fencing reflects a commitment to aesthetics, creating a visually appealing and harmonious space for various events and activities.
Multiple Fencing: White fencing Used with Black Mesh
If you need to add mesh to your fencing, the only option is to add black mesh. Here are some examples of how property owners have used black mesh with Premium Steel Post and Rail Fencing. You can also consult with a fencing professional for more advice on using a mesh with white fencing.
Multiple Paddocks: White Fencing Might Look Dense
If you have multiple paddocks or are using too much white fencing in a smaller area, it might make your property look fence-heavy. Black creates a minimalistic look even when used in abundance and doesn’t seem overpowering. The same cannot be said for white fencing. The use of white fencing should be well-thought and planned or it can make your property feel crowded.
Are you ready to build Beautiful Boutique Properties that Stand Out?
White fencing is a timeless and traditional fencing colour that’s perfect for owners who want to create a different look and boutique properties. It makes even small spaces seem expansive and offers a high contrast against most natural backgrounds.
While black is a classic and safer choice, white is a statement that you decide to make. It’s more reflective of your personality as a trendsetter. However, make sure you plan the layout well and design the property to ensure white doesn’t overpower your natural organic feel or flow of the space.
The debate between white and black fencing is endless and you can dig deeper into the pros and cons of each colour to make the right decision.
Whether you envision a property with a classic charm or desire a brighter and more expansive feel, white fencing stands as a versatile and sophisticated option. Our goal is to guide you in making an informed decision that brings out the best in your property. If you have further questions or need personalized assistance, consider booking a one-on-one consultation. Let us help you create a stunning horse property, just the way you imagined.