39 privacy policy.aspx Eclectic Porch Design Photos

Mina Brinkey
5 Reviews
Carcary Residence
privacy on east side deck and protect wind from grill
The privacy fence at the end of the porch.
Horizontal privacy and wicker for great room
Privacy screen...Privacy curtains...privacy wall
“The vintage wrought iron bed at the end of the deck is where Shona and Shaun like to relax and look” — Julie Mahle
EAC Designs
4 Reviews
Dershowitz Backyard
Perego; privacy curtains (outdoor)
Privacy curtains for backyard?
“like the look” — shorebaron
Lisa Borgnes Giramonti
Outdoor reading balcony
could you do curtains? love rug and natural feel. tiny balcony, real chair, ottoman?, outdoor rug, plants on rails for privacy, elephant/small table, lighting
simple space into an inviting retreat. A window box on the railing brings a little more green to the space, while sheer curtains offer the option of privacy.
elongate this tiny balcony space and add a cheerful splash of zingy colour. Long white linen drapes flutter in the breeze and can be drawn for shade or privacy if required.
“Nice reading space” — Chloe Ball
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
Best of Houzz 2013 & 2014
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G Family, Inc.
This reminds me, hang curtain for some privacy, like the colorful rug.
Privacy and light control
“Just plain cute with a lil bit of nuthin!” — mccombd
Mina Brinkey
5 Reviews
Carcary Residence
The eclectic sensibility; mixing old and new. Don't like the lattice. Do like the sense of privacy from neighbour.
oooh! Could we do something like this on the back porch?!! A privacy wall made from pallet boards would be cool!
“Color” — frogandbuster
Neely Architecture
Privacy ideas
“Porch” — stonecoldsas
M Valdes Architects PLLC
Prarie Meets Pampa Pavilion
Something I could do , but would need more privacy
“Backyard” — anitapmorris
Restyled Home
Restyled Home
Could you please tell me where this privacy screen is from? Or if it was customed, what were the specs?
Lattice work on porch for privacy screening
lattice on side of porch for privacy
When a neighbor's porch is a little too close for comfort, using lattice can add privacy without making your porch feel like it's indoors. A tighter weave means more protection.
“OPENESS” — Angela Miller
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