100,734 backyard privacy Home Design Photos

Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
Residential home
Ideabooks4,670
Questions2
Creating front yard privacy - pampas grass
natural tall privacy screen for front yard
Possibly part of Beck/Radowsky privacy screen
Soft look but provides the privacy.
Add a privacy screen. While you want your front yard to be more open and friendlier, you still want to balance that with a bit of privacy. After all, no one really wants to be on stage or display, do they? There are ways to create some friendly privacy so that your message is still
“Plants and varying heights” — veshnapaella
Utopia Landscape Design
4 Reviews
Cooparoo 3
Ideabooks3,070
Questions1
Great area to enjoy our backyard
Similar layout for backyard project
Privacy trees...Backyard ideas...backyard retreat
“accent fence” — eyemoz
Hursthouse Landscape Architects and Contractors
6 Reviews
Forever Home
Ideabooks11,382
Questions4
The pergola really sets this hot tub off. I could envision that for the backyard with some columnar spruces along the north side to set some privacy.
partial privacy wall
Added privacy w/ architectural flair
Tub and overhead privacy
backyard spa...Backyard possibly...Great backyard
“this is just plain beautiful” — katherynnemartin
DMLA
San Clemente Small Home 1
Ideabooks7,077
Questions4
Will fit my backyard space. Low upkeep and has all of the zones that I need.
more privacy something like this??” “small size of courtyard, water feature, stone”
Sheltered spaces and nooks add privacy, intimacy and ever changing blooms and colors.
Privacy walls and low maintenance
privacy fence...pavers backyard
“planter” — siberiatater
Landscape Techniques Inc.
Montclair Nj
Ideabooks14,590
Questions3
dry laid stone and raised planting bed for privacy
Give structure to a wide expanse of law. Use a gently curving, low stone wall to set the patio area apart from the rest of the yard. For more privacy, add flowers like these black-eyed Susans and small trees on the patio side of the tone wall.
too.) This strategically placed garden provides a second, and more immediate, layer of privacy in conjunction with the yard's perimeter plantings. This layering technique is a great way to jump-start your privacy plan if you're just starting to develop your landscape.
2. Give structure to a wide expanse of lawn. Use a gently curving, low stone wall to set the patio area apart from the rest of the yard. For more privacy, add flowers like these black-eyed Susans and small trees on the patio side of the stone wall.
“Arely's Home” — kkenaston85
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks26,165
Questions5
perfect for backyard and extra wooden fence
We could create a space in front like this. Or something more open, but this gives the idea of the privacy fencing from inside the area.
Privacy around deck/ patio
Backyard corner seating
backyard reno
“If we fence in the back yard or portion of it” — jmpatterson2010
Danny Broe Architect
3 Reviews
Lilyfield House
Ideabooks2,012
Questions1
height of pergola and side privacy
recycled Australian red gum tree for the porch floor. A local sail maker made the shade cloth attached to the left side of the veranda, which helps with privacy and reduces rain splash.
used recycled red gum for the verandah floor. A local sail-maker made the shade cloth attached to the left side of the verandah, which helps with privacy and reduces rain splash.
“Shelter” — Mark Fauver
Landscape East & West
1 Review
Photobook: patios, water features, walls, gates and more!
Ideabooks5,706
Questions2
Privacy between houses (kitchen window facing brick wall). Could also hold herbs and fruit/veggie plants?
Privacy between houses (kitchen window facing brick wall). Could also hold herbs and fruit/veggie plants
Privacy wall trellis
Walkways or privacy screens.
Backyard garden fence
Privacy screen
“Arbor fence” — Elizabeth Davies
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