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Poolehaus Residential Design
Front Porch with built-in bench and privacy screen. Recessed front door enhances the users' sense of passage.
Privacy Screen with Bench on landing
Privacy screen...Privacy wall & bench...Bench built inside privacy screen...Privacy fence...Privacy bench...Privacy wall...Privacy screen with bench...privacy screen for porch
Jennifer and Chris
front door to give them both privacy and natural light.
contact paper in a great pattern is a nice update and for privacy without losing daylight
white contact paper makes for window privacy
to give them both privacy and natural light.
love the idea of using contact paper to let in light but maintain privacy.
tile, Jennifer created a pattern on their front door to give them both privacy and natural light. Paint: Black Ink, Benjamin Moore
my back patio for bedroom privacy.
Creates shade and privacy wo using much space
slat privacy wall...Privacy screen...privacy fence
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Koch Architects, Inc. Joanne Koch
Mid-Century Modern Renovation
Treatment or overhang for front bedroom window for privacy
Privacy slats and wide hallway...privacy wall, green door...Side Privacy rail...add a little more privacy...Privacy wall...privacy slats
Gabriel Builders Inc.
When you have windows around your front door, be sure to consider light vs privacy
light in but maintain privacy. You can also look into frosted, textured and sandblasted glass. See more on glass doors that offer privacy
How much light versus privacy do you want? If your front door faces a busy sidewalk or street, you might not want a lot of clear windows that allow people
building Lab, inc.
eichler in marinwood
Semitransparent fencing is one way to gain privacy while screening
to gain privacy while screening views and maintaining airflow.
fencing is one way to gain privacy while screening views and maintaining airflow
al ideas to today’s lifestyles in any number of ways, including:Adding privacy. Large expanses of glass used in modern residential architecture open views
allows views into the home. Semitransparent fencing is one way to gain privacy while screening views and maintaining airflow.See three modern homes with
privacy screening in the front yard...to gain privacy while screening views
Balance Associates Architects
Privacy space?...outdoor privacy ideas...Privacy screen
Ana Williamson Architect
Ana Williamson Architect
Frosted glass gives this patio more privacy. The partial-height door doesn't cut off light or air flow, and the pivoting
glass is a great choice for letting in natural light while still retaining privacy.