411 privacy.html Traditional Living Design Photos

Just Joh
1 Review
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Privacy patterns. This intricate stained glass pattern not only provides privacy in this very traditional room, but
intricate stained glass provides privacy softened harsh lite protects delicate fabric
stately room provides beautiful filtered light and privacy for the window seat. A great option for privacy needs, stained glass is beautiful and practical
4. Privacy patterns. This intricate stained glass pattern not only provides privacy in this very traditional room, but
the charm of a refurbishment by using stained glass to decorate and add privacy. This elegant window could be used in both period homes as well as take
the charm of a refurbishment by using stained glass to decorate and add privacy. An elegant window like this could be used in a period home as well as take
like the window option for privacy
“designs of buglar” — batwala
Ana Williamson Architect
7 Reviews
Ana Williamson Architect
Ideabooks30,560
Questions14
this door with windows only on top to let light out - doesn't sacrifice privacy
The privacy curtain for the bed is very cute and ideal.
daybed. The curtain makes it into a impromptu sleeping area, allowing for privacy in case dinner guests decide to spend the night.
guests. This windowed pocket door may not provide all of the necessary privacy, but the drapery rod and panels are a great quick fix.
“pocket door” — colleenthedesigner
Lauren Ostrow Interior Design, Inc
13 Reviews
Library 2
Ideabooks11,499
Questions6
semisheer window tx - balances privacy with natural light
space such as a family room or living room doesn't usually require much privacy, but depending on the number of windows, it may always need light. Natural
beautiful semisheer fabric window treatment that offers light and subtle privacy even when it's lowered
space such as a family room or living room doesn't usually require much privacy, but depending on the number of windows, it may always need light. Natural
beautiful semisheer fabric window treatment that offers light and subtle privacy even when it's lowered. Tip: Choose the thickness of your fabric based on
to get the shade to lie properly. Therefore, it’s best to use them when privacy is not an issue and you can leave them in the same position all the time
“shades” — crystalm_stewart
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Tres McKinney Design
6 Reviews
San Francisco Nob Hill Highrise
Ideabooks1,649
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are naturally translucent but can be lined for privacy or in this case we installed a separate privacy shade that can be pulled down behind the woven shade
shade for additional sun control or privacy. They work beautifully in both contemporary and traditional design schemes. This particular weave has a very
“desk” — nancycolier
EAG Studio
3 Reviews
Pacific Heights Remodel and Addition
Ideabooks775
Questions5
Wall mount fireplace, travertin surround, tv wall, privacy-filmed windows, bookshelves builtin
Wall mount fireplace, travertin surround, tv wall, privacy-filmed windows, bookshelves builtin
Privacy film
“floor and wall colours” — carolynnicholls
Dayna Katlin Interiors
1 Review
Family Room
Ideabooks12,288
Questions22
ledge, how did you attach them to the doors. Very pretty and helps with privacy. Would love to do this in my DR
Just the wovens would be beautiful too.....you have so much privacy in the back yard that this would work great.
Consider the amount of light you want. If you want privacy as well as light, a natural woven roman shade might fit the bill. If your space has multiple
“Dark shades” — Brenda Griffin
Paul Craig Photography
3 Reviews
Cochrane Design Victorian Villa, Clapham
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Shutters and curtains add privacy. Lamps in windows sofa with back to window
have shutters or curtains when you can have both? The shutters allow for privacy when it’s needed, and the curtains add warmth and a frame for the window
for those with ground-floor rooms with a pavement outside, as it provides privacy without compromising on style.
“Shutters” — mattliddle
SLC Interiors
19 Reviews
Weston Residence
Ideabooks8,390
Questions11
Lovely sheer reed shades for daytime privacy; draw side drapes for evening privacy/blackout.
Adding a shade to the valance deals with the need for privacy. Notice, by the way, how thoughtfully the disparate windows in this room have been treated
“Bamboo blinds” — cjmasterson
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