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Modus Design Studio
house_99
Ideabooks16,440
Questions10
but have privacy frosted glass
“Front door” — lanaandmarcel
Michelle Walker architects
6 Reviews
Paddington Butterfly House
Ideabooks1,580
Questions2
provide privacy and security but are rarely treated as a work of art. So why not unleash your creativity, adding striking materials and finishes? Draw inspiration from other elements in the backyard from flooring material to pot plants. Look at shapes, lines and textures, and make sure it flows seamlessly
“Fence” — mmwatts
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Carolina St
Ideabooks8,649
Questions5
privacy screens
air flow with privacy
Louvered privacy panels
privacy fence by pool
privacy fence for front yard
Privacy fence...privacy fencing...entry privacy fence...for semi-privacy.
“fence” — Michelle Rober
knowles ps
4 Reviews
Cedar Park Residence 03
Ideabooks4,157
Questions4
keeps the privacy unlike the see through window
still have privacy and natural light
touch of privacy, consider using frosted glass instead of traditional transparent glass. Tip: Frosted glass tends to have more of a contemporary feel, but other glass options offer more of a traditional look. You'll often see seeded glass (glass with tiny air bubbles) in traditional applications.
“interesting entrance” — dpetku
Balance Associates Architects
3 Reviews
Wolf Creek
Ideabooks8,161
Questions5
Privacy and colour scheme
Jacque privacy screen...weather
privacy sliders
“Fence” — teep
CityLoft
Distrito Soho
Ideabooks491
Questions1
to give privacy in solarium at night when no light coming in just light and viewing going out.
idea for privacy...privacy curtain
“Curtains to break up room” — Katie Meeker
Rodriguez Studio Architecture PC
6 Reviews
view from entry
Ideabooks3,666
Questions3
privacy glass
Privacy screens...doors with privacy
“like absence of hardware” — eballen501
Ana Williamson Architect
4 Reviews
Ana Williamson Architect
Ideabooks8,090
Questions4
patio more privacy. The partial-height door doesn't cut off light or air flow, and the pivoting mechanism allows for the use of a large statement door that doesn't swing out as far into one space; the swing is distributed between two spaces and folds against a wall, keeping the passageway clear.
patio more privacy. The partial-height door doesn't cut off light or air flow, and the pivoting mechanism allows for the use of a large statement door that doesn't swing out as far into one space; the swing is distributed between two spaces and folds against a wall, keeping the passageway clear.
“Lake street project idea” — Acacia glass
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