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TOC design
4 Reviews
Hotel Chic
Ideabooks5,590
Questions9
Love the glass and wood door. Good way to allow light into dark landing area while retaining privacy.
barn door privacy glass
“Floor” — konyasriram
Uptic Studios
2 Reviews
Coeur D’Alene Residence on Lake Coeur D’Alene
Ideabooks5,802
Questions3
modern log cabin on Coeur D’Alene Lake in North Idaho. Uptic Studios considered the combined occupancy of two families, providing separate spaces for privacy and common rooms that bring everyone together comfortably under one roof. The resulting 3,000-square-foot space nestles into the site overlooking
“the open breeze way from the entrance” — trazzy
Impala Kitchens and Bathrooms - Petra Mallia
Open Plan Kitchen
Ideabooks1,580
Questions1
2. Sliding doorsIf you want the option to keep your room as one large open space or to divide it depending on privacy circumstances, then sliding doors provide a flexible solution. From thick doors that fully obscure the view to more transparent gates, sliding doors offer versatility. And in a range
“Room divider” — l1potter
Birdseye Design
4 Reviews
Quaker Bluff Residence
Ideabooks4,631
Questions4
Very cool privacy screen and soft entry
Privacy assured
“Door” — karviz
Beach House Design & Development
7 Reviews
13th Street
Ideabooks233
Questions1
privacy screen
Privacy screen
“Slats” — dcameron1973
Webber + Studio, Architects
7 Reviews
Tarrytown Phase II Yoga Studio
Ideabooks1,407
Questions0
courtyard, privacy, glass wall, graveled low maintenance, modern look
privacy wall
“front door and wall” — lauraoliverlee
Kara Mosher
My Houzz: An Art-Filled Austin Home Has Something to Add
Ideabooks2,057
Questions2
The use of translucent windows lets in light without sacrificing privacy. Amy Schuster
nice way to have glass but also have privacy. Japanese feel to it.
“Instead of two big doors!” — jgreygoose
Risinger Homes
9 Reviews
Travis Heights - Guest House
Ideabooks1,298
Questions2
I like the privacy of a separate building, and this one has a feeling of a Japanese tea house.
privacy screen
“Path to upper level & new guest house” — G. Bradley Alford & Assoc., Inc.
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