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Land & Water Design
10 Reviews
Arlington Residence
Ideabooks9,571
Questions7
Privacy idea for north end of pool - raised planters would be easier to weed; could be built in curvy shapes that gradually became higher, from pool decking edge to north edge of "Linda" bed, so that paths existing between them to allow access from
Privacy wall btwn barn & pool
privacy along back, with waterfall and cover
“color in hedge” — bardi1mona2
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5 Reviews
Living Outside
Ideabooks1,690
Questions3
PRIVACY ALL SIDES OF THE POOL ARE HIGH
Privacy Nice waterfall into the pool
style privacy art space
Privacy, sitting area
“Murale” — cynthiasavard
Dayna Katlin Interiors
1 Review
Family Room
Ideabooks11,793
Questions22
Since most French doors now are aluminum and don't have a indented 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 doors, a woven shade will not only let the sun through and keep the space relaxed and neutral.
“Family room idea” — sweetmere
CAST architecture
10 Reviews
Mazama Ranchero
Ideabooks4,310
Questions4
Narrow buildings can mean the interior space feels more compressed, which can be a concern for those looking for privacy. However, when properly designed, a narrow plan can offer this privacy. A thoughtful zoning layout allocates private spaces farther away from public spaces in the plan shown here.
Transition zones, such as the denser core in the center, are visual tricks that increase the sense of disconnection and privacy. Even very minimal transition zones act to reframe space and tell us that we’re entering a different place. In this case they delineate the public and private realms.
Sense of exploration. Supporting previously mentioned ideas about privacy and separation, hallways are necessary in narrow buildings. They can heighten our sense of disconnection from adjacent spaces. They’re like short trips
“Nice table” — ewood72
Klopf Architecture
2 Reviews
Double Gable Eichler Remodel
Ideabooks1,883
Questions2
atrium that is the heart of many Eichlers is just beyond the glass wall, which we’re now seeing in a view toward the street. The wood door maintains privacy from the street, and the tree promises to provide more shade as it grows. From this vantage we can see the door to the garage on the left, which is
atrium that is the heart of many Eichlers is just beyond the glass wall, which we’re now seeing in a view toward the street. The wood door maintains privacy from the street, and the tree promises to provide more shade as it grows. love this idea, maybe don't need an actual door...
atrium that is the heart of many Eichlers is just beyond the glass wall, which we’re now seeing in a view toward the street. The wood door maintains privacy from the street, and the tree promises to provide more shade as it grows.
“Courtyard” — Ella Bella Floral
Jerry Jacobs Design, Inc.
19 Reviews
Presido Heights San Francisco Bathroom
Ideabooks8,160
Questions15
one wall. I want to a privacy wall like the one in your design between the toilet and tub, but does there need to be a wall if the same height on the other side, between the shower and tub to match? Or can I do glass all the way to the tub in that side and still have a privacy wall on the other? Is this
Like the glass shower/bath idea.Toilet layout offers decent privacy.
“?layout for camp bathroom - not fixtures of course!!” — afranchetto
Garret Cord Werner Architects & Interior Designers
6 Reviews
Exterior
Ideabooks5,129
Questions5
metal, and stone provide an enduring atmosphere that respects the vintage of the home. Please note that due to the volume of inquiries & client privacy regarding our projects we unfortunately do not have the ability to answer basic questions about materials, specifications, construction methods, or
single story stucco & wood privacy panels
like mix of materials and plants/ trees for privacy wall
“love the low metal roof and the wood + stucco fence” — pierats
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
House 16
Ideabooks2,409
Questions6
Love it! Rich colors, nice balance of material's, bit of privacy for toilet is welcomed when possible. Moldings as well really add an upscale, classic love. Lovely!
Easy window treatment for privacy but still letting in light from top.
wall giving toilet some privacy but not closed in
Great for some privacy but still letting in light in the master bathroom.
“Curtain” — brenjordy
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