87 legal and privacy Eclectic Entry Design Photos

Portal Design Inc
1 Review
Parklane Drive
Ideabooks1,736
Questions2
Privacy screen, surfy feel
i love the privacy fence!
Privacy wall...Privacy screen
“do NOT like this look” — chumpyd
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Alford Residence
Ideabooks280
Questions0
Courtyard ..privacy
“V shaped entry with vertical garden on the back” — andy25
Roman Leonidov
Forester House
Ideabooks6,882
Questions7
Privacy in the open space
“Chair, stairs” — kyndre
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Kimberley Bryan
6 Reviews
Musical Whimsy in Bellingham
Ideabooks380
Questions1
A tall privacy fence surrounded the front of the house when the couple moved in. Breskin and Hoskin immediately replaced it with a filigreed metal fence assembled from pieces of wrought iron salvaged from East Coast buildings. A custom-made rounded metal gate with a Celtic knot design completes the more
“different like lines” — torrey12557
MANDARINA STUDIO interior design
5 Reviews
Entry
Ideabooks1,942
Questions4
Stained glass for privacy and light
“Entry” — beetles
Andrea Meyers
Entry way
Ideabooks1,007
Questions2
over French doors. If you have French doors in a room that requires privacy, add floor-to-ceiling drapery panels to each side to create the illusion that your door is actually a picture window. Tip: If your space doesn't require privacy, add stationary drapery panels to simply soften the space. Private
Traditional sheer fabric at the front door adds privacy and good looks
a way to have the glass in the front door, but some privacy
Fabric on a front door. A front door set close to passing traffic or a nearby neighbor may need a slight amount of privacy. Add sheer fabric over the
Fabric on a front door. A front door set close to passing traffic or a nearby neighbor may need a slight amount of privacy. Add sheer fabric over the door's window to allow light in but
“Light” — Lisa Paintner
April Uhlir
April Uhlir
Ideabooks1,706
Questions3
similar loft style condo with an upstairs bedroom that is currently open that i would like to separate out in a similar fashion as this picture for more privacy. Need help!
The sliding privacy windows of the loft.
LOVE the window with sliders upstairs...option of privacy!
privacy sliders covering open 'window'
loft privacy - sliders
Loft, privacy & openess
Privacy screens...Loft privacy
“Possibly closing off the loft space” — jfortine
S. Bumbera Glass Etching
5 Reviews
Privacy
Ideabooks19
Questions0
One Way to Create Privacy on a Front Door's Sidelites
privacy glass...privacy window
“Window etching” — iselagrace
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