1,415 streetside for privacy Eclectic Home Design Photos

St. Moritz CrescentAvalon Interiors
I like the privacy panels, what is the material is used?
Love the idea of the light coming through, but achieving privacy! Where would one buy this corrugated acrylic?
Hot tub, privacy wall & firepit...
Love the privacy wall with hooks
Screened in hot tub for privacy
hot tub privacy screen
Privacy screen with hooks
Privacy screen for tub
simple privacy screen
privacy wall like Japanese garden
Privacy panels...Privacy fence...privacy screen...privacy shades...Privacy wall...I like the privacy...Privacy panel...Privacy screening
South Austin LandscapeB. Jane Gardens
Which type of wood is used for the privacy screen ?
What type of poles/size lag nuts are used for this privacy screen?
Love, love this privacy screen! I'm just curious about the size (height/width) of poles & size of bolts. Was this anchored in the ground with cement? Thanks so much for any help - we want to do this next to our new patio. Cheers
Like privacy wall. Use woods to avoid bugs?
3. Create more privacy. Just because you want your garden to be the center of your visitors’ attention doesn’t mean that you want to be the center of attention yourself. The most common way to create privacy in the garden is to construct a fence around the perimeter, but if you’d rather not fence the
VeniceSB Garden Design
love the screen and want same because vines are the best solution for quick and beautiful privacy in Phoenix. Where can I source this or did you have them fabricated?
Privacy Trelis for back and side
neighbors, landscape architect Bartron bolted this tall custom metal trellis onto the garage wall. She added colorful Orange Clock Vine for additional privacy.
privacy trees...Juniper tree...Trees for privacy
Gravel driveway & privacy trees.
Thuja arborvitae privacy fence
arborvitae for privacy screen
create privacy with evergreens
like the instant privacy
Green privacy hedge...privacy trees...Cypress privacy...Privacy shrubs for...Privacy bush...privacy hedge
Christin EggenerC. Marie Designs, Inc
Perfect for entertaining and some privacy
the way to create some privacy
a sense of separation without completely blocking your line of sight. This barely there fence allows for a cool breeze and a clear view too. More:Privacy Screening Made Pretty
12. Go vertical with a trellis. A vertical garden structure will give an entire corner privacy from the neighbors. You can extend plant life up the trellis with climbing vines like wisteria, ornamental sweet potato vines, and Chilean jasmine
Paint boards and screw them to the fence for some color and extra privacy.
Outdoor privacy room
privacy screen? too big?
painted privacy fence
outdoor privacy...i like the privacy...Privacy panel...privacy fence
Solana Beach Elegancedebora carl landscape design
frontage road plant support and privacy fence?
greg's office: for privacy from road, black fence, bringing in black beach stone
privacy fence; color
additional privacy ideas
Privacy screen...Privacy screen wall...the privacy fence
Sitting area in my garden.Jay Sifford Garden Design
The red bench and 3 panel privacy screen with art provide both a perfect backdrop and a destination in my personal woodland garden. This is at the top of the three tiered koi pond. All my favorite hostas are planted here.
break or privacy screen around hottub
concrete fibreboard or backer board used for til and shower substrate (concrete,fibreglass mesh for reinforcement and styrofoam for weight reduction) Cut with circular saw fitted with diamond blade. concrete sealer will increase life span. Use for privacy screen
diamond blade. Be advised that the application of a good concrete sealer will increase its longevity outdoors. Concrete board is useful for building privacy screens and small non-load-bearing walls. A simple frame of outdoor-grade lumber can be clad with this material, creating a unique and beautiful garden
Bourke TerraceORBIS design
1. From a traditional Sydney terrace… Terrace house owners are often restricted from altering the streetside facade, but the same rules don’t apply inside. This one has kept those gorgeous tessellated tiles on the front porch, while the black door and window
instead. A plumber installed a hot water bibb on the side of the house and a concealed, heavy duty hot water hose supplies water to the tub. A bamboo privacy screen can be lowered in the front and a vintage lye soap box is transformed into an ambient light fixture for atmospheric night soaking. Towel hooks
I love how open but with the ability to have privacy...if one wanted
8-foot lengths of outdoor 2-by-6s for the roof frameSix bags of easy-mix concrete for the postsThree sheets of corrugated metal roofingHardwareBamboo privacy shade
bathing in the great outdoors? If privacy is a concern, a roll-down screen can help you feel less exposed but still connected with the surrounding landscape.
8. Set up an outdoor tubCould there be anything more freeing than bathing in the great outdoors? If privacy is a concern, a roll-down screen
Custom Agrarian Style ResidenceArcanum Architecture
interesting wood door used as privacy screen for the shower
McQuay job- pull out from wall for privacy
alternative to glass for privacy plus added warmth. I like it!
I like the privacy wood screen
Like privacy paritiion technique
privacy screen...The privacy "door"...Shower privacy wall
Bruce's GardenBruce Clodfelter and Associates
Cozy I like the way it is partitioned from the rest of the yard to give it added privacy.
The trellis, the pea stone, the privacy using foliage.
just extend seating area, lika a living room out from patio. frame with pergola with lattice back for privacy. leave in river rock
Don't block off your entire view. Landscape architect Clodfelter is all about privacy, but he likes to open up small windows between his property and his neighbors' for the occasional "borrowed view." Here in his own garden, he used jasmine and ivy to create a partial partition but left the middle of
a rich bed of greenery, and it takes on an intimate personality conducive to hours of conversation and relaxation. Tip: If your goal is to create privacy for your dining patio or reading room — or any space where you’ll be seated — a 5-foot-tall hedge or wall is all it will take to make you disappear
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