9,736 streetside for privacy Traditional Home Design Photos

Traditional Kids
Ideabooks2,435
Questions3
LOVE this could do on floor in eves with curtains to provide privacy and separation
with all of its pillows, is soft and welcoming and the curtain insures privacy from pesky little brothers. Plus, that fuzzy purple chair - so much fun
Built in bed with privacy curtain...Privacy curtain
“Eaves beds” — Patti Gray
Botanica Atlanta | Landscape Design-Build-Maintain
11 Reviews
Residential Landscaping
Ideabooks2,929
Questions1
trees for privacy...Curves, privacy...natural privacy emerald green...Privacy plants...Privacy landscaping
“Grass shape and surrounding foliage plantings” — Kathy Robinson
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
32 Reviews
Swigart Project
Ideabooks567
Questions4
now there you go! privacy AND shade. This gets me thinking
and finish the fencing to the back alley, leaving a higher gate. solves privacy from the yard
slanted pergola to offset backyard slope and help with privacy!
tilted roof; privacy...privacy screens
“ilike” — Mackenzie
Landscape Design Associates of Westchester, Inc.
Varios Plantings
Ideabooks713
Questions0
Like spruce trees for privacy and snow/wind blockage on that side of the home where drainage area is.
idea for privacy screen, I like the blue spruce
privacy screen...Trees for privacy
“Elevated shrubbery from low in front to tall in back” — figurethisout
Schmechtig Landscapes
2 Reviews
Informal Garden, Winnetka Illinois
Ideabooks5,530
Questions5
privacy; evergreens; Christmas trees; hostas; ground cover
privacy for north fence...Privacy screening...Privacy screen...side garden bed with privacy
“Like the contrast of color and natural curve of landscaping” — pschock
Stonewood, LLC
19 Reviews
Screen Porch
Ideabooks1,697
Questions3
Idea for wall that faces neighbors house for privacy, like the rounded windows
privacy on the end...Fireplace gives privacy
“porch” — vlcek
Kevin Malone
3 Reviews
powder room
Ideabooks3,621
Questions8
Your long and short points will also reflect your need for privacy and your need for light. My rule of thumb is this: If you are going to err
Your long and short points will also reflect your need for privacy and your need for light. My rule of thumb is this: If you are going to err, err on
“window treatment” — cookie68
Platinum Poolcare
15 Reviews
Swimming Pools Chicago: Platinum Pools
Ideabooks1,729
Questions3
Stone looks reasonable, trees in back create privacy & like the greenery
The hedge and privacy trees...Cedars for privacy....landscaping privacy
“Pool coping#2” — Susan Safier
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