Fence colour

I have a log fwnce made n im struggling to get a colour to match logs ...im visually impaired so reallt struggling...any suggestions please x

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  • FairygirlFairygirl west central ScotlandPosts: 22,098

    Hi - would it be possible to take a log with you to a diy store? Or get someone to do that for you? I'm sure there are loads of browns available if that's what you're wanting.

    Alternatively, would you consider a contrasting colour instead? Black looks terrific behind plants etc if they're a different colour. It really depends on the effect you want to achieve   image

    to walk through a forest is to touch the past

  • ck_gardenerck_gardener Posts: 24

    Hi adelemontyangel

    I am probably asking a silly question but why do you have to colour your fence? Is there something you are trying to fit in with?

    Are all the logs naturally different colours?  Actually that sounds nice.  Are they unprotected?  You don't have to change the colour of a log fence when you protect it. 

    xxx

  • WillDBWillDB Posts: 1,173

    You could ask for a clear preservative, or do as FairyGirl says (Cuprinol Garden Shades in Urban Slate is really nice!) I don't think it's really worth trying to match the paint to the wood exactly. It'll just look like it's painted brown. 

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