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Mid-Century Modern Atlanta
Privacy and semi privacy in one fence
Darker brick on bottom, lighter siding on top. Wooden privacy. Mid-Century
Painted brick & siding Privacy deck/front porch
horizonal wood fence as privacy
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Cape Cod Inspiration by Design Guild Homes
We like this privacy barrier around the spa
Privacy Panel behind hot tub
Love privacy trellis
Hot tub privacy
Interested in these plants as well for privacy
Privacy Ideas on shared balcony Living wall privacy 1/2 moon settee
Small space well furnished. Even the height of bushes for privacy
Great for privacy
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
vary air gap for privacy needs
privacy fence - south side of house, south side of deck
privacy fence...Privacy screen
Menlo Park remodel 2
extra storage and privacy. simple solutiin
Bathroom layout, toilet privacy
more privacy - toilet
create a little privacy
Martin Bros. Contracting, Inc.
Teak Powder Room
i liike the oval window and how it has a door for privacy
Use of an oval window with an interesting shutter/privacy solution. Could work if we used similar window in Paige's bath.
nolan's bath window. shutter idea if need privacy
When an oculus is used in place of a standard window, maintaining privacy can be a challenge. Traditional window coverings will hide the unique shape; using frosted or reeded glass or installing a custom pleated shade can result in a loss of light and view. In this clever installation, a hinged interior
interior panel preserves both of these elements while allowing for privacy.
Jerry Jacobs Design, Inc.
Presido Heights San Francisco Bathroom
one wall. I want to a privacy wall like the one in your design between the toilet and tub, but does there need to be a wall if the same height on the other side, between the shower and tub to match? Or can I do glass all the way to the tub in that side and still have a privacy wall on the other? Is this
I like the idea of the short privacy wall next to the toilet and then maybe cabinets/storage on the other side of the wall.
Like the glass shower/bath idea.Toilet layout offers decent privacy.