13,520 privacy policy.aspx Outdoor Design Photos

C.O.S Design
5 Reviews
Cooloongatta Road
Ideabooks5,938
Questions4
Like deck and privacy fence.
privacy walls in the corner
Privacy screen...Modern privacy...Privacy areas
“Pool” — slatercats
jamesthomas, LLC
23 Reviews
jamesthomas, LLC
Ideabooks19,157
Questions16
interesting idea for a privacy fence.
Love the birch logs as privacy &/or effect
Birch logs for privacy
white bark privacy deco
“outdoor furniture for rooftop deck” — stephaniebaker01
Martin Bros. Contracting, Inc.
5 Reviews
Exterior Shower
Ideabooks53,417
Questions21
Privacy fence could be used to hide garbage cans too
Outdoor shower privacy
Privacy fence...privacy screen
“outdoor shower” — mtariq23
Westfall Design Studio
4 Reviews
Front Entry Gate
Ideabooks1,596
Questions1
Front plastered walls, entry gates, an arbor structure and raised planters were developed to provide privacy for the exterior front courtyard beyond. Smooth plaster, metal framed gates with wood panels, and slate paving add a clean simple feel to the front elevation of this residence.
current front the back yard. I like the privacy of this and it looks like the Bali hut doors idea.
I like, for security/privacy, the idea of closing the front courtyard
“Like” — adams67
Rocco Fiore & Sons, Inc
Lake Forest Estate
Ideabooks7,338
Questions2
hand-pruned boxwood hedges and a raised perennial garden supported with boulder walls that give the area a natural lift. The wooded border is an important privacy feature of the estate. The border is cleaned weekly and mulched annually.
Privacy plantings...Backyard privacy
“landscape” — mruffner
Landscape Techniques Inc.
Montclair Nj
Ideabooks16,057
Questions3
too.) This strategically placed garden provides a second, and more immediate, layer of privacy in conjunction with the yard's perimeter plantings. This layering technique is a great way to jump-start your privacy plan if you're just starting to develop your landscape.
too.) This strategically placed garden provides a second, and more immediate, layer of privacy in conjunction with the yard's perimeter plantings. This layering technique is a great way to jump-start your privacy plan if you're just starting to develop your landscape.
2. Give structure to a wide expanse of lawn. Use a gently curving, low stone wall to set the patio area apart from the rest of the yard. For more privacy, add flowers like these black-eyed Susans and small trees on the patio side of the stone wall.
“Rock terrace” — jdnowicki
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
gravel courtyard
Ideabooks10,061
Questions6
privacy fence between pool and front yard
Love privacy fence and landscaping
Privacy fence
“Different shades of green. All the grasses and plants.” — martinetti1
Visionscapes NW Landscape Design
5 Reviews
Lush Suburban Retreat
Ideabooks10,880
Questions6
Hi kporter25--Thanks for your question. The trellis was built by Drake's Seven Dees Landscaping out of Portland, OR. It provides privacy screening from the neighbors' yard, and also with the swinging bench seat it creates a cozy focal point for our fire pit area. A great evening gathering
Swing, table, painted chair, privacy wall-screen
“peat gravel and adirondacks” — sorella8
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