Gabion walls are modern, solid and long-lasting solutions for your garden. They offer a large variety of design possibilities and can be used as privacy barriers or garden fences. Learn more about the many advantages of stone cage walls.
Gabions are robust, easy to care for and stand for creative garden design. Assembling them is as uncomplicated as the stone basket itself: We show you how to assemble the grid baskets correctly and fill them with natural stones.
Gabions are usually filled with natural stones. So-called spacers ensure that the load of the gabion stones is evenly distributed over the wire mesh. We show you how to use them and how to fill stone baskets correctly.
Gabion fences, gabion raised garden beds, flower columns: The Gabions24 online shop provides a large variety of different types of gabions for your garden. Take a closer look at the gabion supplier for UK and get to know the solid, decorative an long-lasting products!
Gabion columns make gardens more beautiful, serve climbing plants as trellises, are practical and can be set up as fence posts, as well as free-standing. We show you the most beautiful ways of using the popular stone basket columns.
Inside, shelves and curtains work well to define different living areas. Outside, hedges are often for the same purpose, but gabions are also perfect for such use.
Gabions from Gabions24 are ideal for use as privacy screens or to mark boundaries. Each wall is already unique by your choice of filling. Here are some ideas to make them even more creative.
Tired of looking at unsightly rubbish bins? You spend so many hours making the front of your home looking as lovely as possible, only to have it spoilt by rubbish bins? Do something about it! Making hides for rubbish bins from gabions is a stylish way to make these modern necessities disappear.
Every household needs one: a letter box. They can easily be attached to the gabion wall. It becomes even more stylish when the mailbox is integrated into a freestanding gabion column. Here is a set of instructions for making your own gabion letter box.
Many hedges lose their foliage in the autumn and no longer provide screening. So if you’d like to keep prying eyes out even in the winter, either plant evergreen hedges, use gabions as a privacy screen, or a combination of both.