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456 streetside for privacy Family Room Design Photos
Susan Teare, Professional Photographer
I like the wood railing for a bit more privacy
Higher railing/privacy railing for loft area. Beds for kids up there?
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Tuscan Inspiration: Family Room and Dining Area
upstairs with railing and arched opening for more upstairs privacy.
loft area with railing sectioned off by pillars...gives more privacy upstairs than having it completely open.
decide between single hung or double hung shutters. We have beautiful views from our windows and hate to have to cover them, but we need a little more privacy. Any suggestions?
window treatment could be so clever? These double tier, top-and-bottom shutters can open independently of each other so you can control the light and privacy levels as you wish.
LemonTree & Co. Interiors
in it illuminate the built-ins. Two new windows on either side of the fireplace bring in natural light; their placement and leaded glass preserve privacy. (There is another house close to that side of the house.)
lights in it illuminate the built-ins.Two new windows on either side of the fireplace bring in natural light; their placement and leaded glass preserve privacy. (There is another house close to that side of the house.)Woodwork: Van-Del Custom Millwork; wall paint: Revere Pewter HC-172, Benjamin Moore; sofa:
Joel Dessaules Design
South Canyon: Colorful Modern Mix
Wall divider idea. Can put track of curtains behind it for more privacy when sleeping
Privacy sliding room divider
Our Town Plans
Carolina Jessamine Cottage
Doors for privacy: two-kid attic room
barn doors for privacy guest room?
Ashley Campbell Interior Design
Do you have a pull down shade for privacy on these windows? Thanks!
I have a similar look in my living room and am trying to figure out if a pull down shade will give me privacy without ruining the look of the panels (ie. they can be pulled up when not needed