Advice re: building a wire trellis for wisteria
I am looking to plant a couple of wisteria plants in order to train up the front of my house which is a north-northeast facing wall. I think a wire trellis would be the most suitable one since it is fine and difficult to see. My intention is to train the trellis so that it creates a 2 metre tall stem/trunk and then start branching and spreading from the top of the ground floor window - upwards.
I am not experienced in building a trellis and although I have read/heard about various materials needed such as yurnbuckle, vine eye and galvanised wire, I haven't got a clue how to start building it and where each part goes. Can anyone help with advise please? An idiots guide would be appropriate in my case.