684 streetside for privacy Dining Design Photos

38 Spatial, Inc.
4 Reviews
Work / Live Space
Ideabooks1,493
Questions4
materials to add privacy, both visual and auditory, while allowing light in is a great solution for interior spaces requiring privacy and daylight.In this
materials to add privacy, both visual and auditory, while allowing light in is a great solution for interior spaces requiring privacy and daylight. In
materials to add privacy, both visual and auditory, while allowing light in is a great solution for interior spaces requiring privacy and daylight.
materials to add privacy, both visual and auditory, while allowing light in is a great solution for interior spaces requiring privacy and daylight.In this
plastic panels refract and diffuse the light entering the space, offer privacy and natural light, and limit sound transmission. They are a simple solution
“steel frame (custom) with plastic/poly carbon corrugated” — Bernee Lee
Luigi Rosselli Architects
Balcony Over Bronte
Ideabooks934
Questions2
need to be filtered, but not necessarily shut out. Perhaps you want your privacy from the neighbours or you’re keen to create a softer light within a glary
sunlight pouring through them may need to be filtered. Perhaps you want privacy or you’re keen to create a softer light. A complete wall of sheer curtains
need to be filtered, but not necessarily shut out. Perhaps you want your privacy from the neighbours or you’re keen to create a softer light within a glary
sunlight pouring through them may need to be filtered. Perhaps you want privacy or you’re keen to create a softer light. A complete wall of sheer curtains
“curtains” — Sarah Clarke
Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
Ideabooks35,913
Questions20
two weights of fabric, privacy when closed while allowing filtered light
I LIKE SHEER AT TOP THEN SOLID FOR PRIVACY
Nice way to let in light/air while maintaining a level of privacy.
Interesting idea -- sheer tops with privacy bottoms.
allows light to stream in even if you choose to close the panels for more privacy.
“Curtains” — jkschilling
I-Beam Design
Munter Residence
Ideabooks1,311
Questions2
diverse in terms of the types of problems it can address, including noise, privacy and how large a room feels. It also can change the amount of light a room
sliding walls to close space off for privacy and keep an open concept otherwise!
diverse in terms of the types of problems it can address, including noise, privacy and how large a room feels. It also can change the amount of light a room
“For bedrooms, bahia, sliding, drop down bamboo mats, book case etc” — crawfordcanada
The Fechtel Company
2 Reviews
The Albury House
Ideabooks6,357
Questions7
of much of our project details in archive and our commitment to client privacy. Thanks for understanding and have a great day!
since the data is archived and not easily obtained and additionally for privacy reasons.
“Duc house inside” — Hoang K Pham
Kuhn Riddle Architects
Ridge View Residence
Ideabooks966
Questions1
The panels are translucent, so they provide privacy without sacrificing light.
The panels are translucent, so they provide privacy without sacrificing light....
The panels are translucent, so they provide privacy without sacrificing light.
shoji...privacy with light
“wonderful example of double shoji doors” — shinozaki
Lisa Scheff Designs
2 Reviews
Window Coverings
Ideabooks9,917
Questions13
What is the color and privacy of the Hunter Douglas shades?
Maximum privacy with minimal decor impact.
cellular blinds to preserve view & give privacy
Cellular shades make great covers for sliding glass doors that need full privacy. Cellular shades also act as insulation, protecting your home from cold
“Window covers” — zebrakate
Elad Gonen
1 Review
living room
Ideabooks8,299
Questions4
great use of curtains to block out sun or for added privacy
Curtains for added privacy and a great look!
Just like the idea of the drapes for privacy some times.
introduce the outdoors while keeping your dining room feeling cozy. If privacy is a concern, use curtains to cover exposed areas and leave the rest of
“Roof design” — traciscarlett
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