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Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
Santa Barbara Modern Ranch
something like this under oak tree off my bedroom? Or would I be better off putting it under the maple and then privacy-screening it from the street?
like the privacy...Outdoor Privacy
it's in dwell designed for wall to move/ create privacy?
desk is still accessible plus provides a privacy for murphy bed. Genius!
A panel swings and the bed drops to turn the open living space into a bedroom. The panel is a super idea, for it creates a sense of privacy and cuts down on sunlight from the windows.See more inspiring Murphy beds
The Design Build Company
Rancho Santa Fe, Pool, Bluestone, Estate Driveway, Pool house
Lombardy poplar privacy trees
good shade/privacy tree
Privacy trees...Cool privacy trees
Donna Lynn - Landscape Designer
very cool... I like the privacy created by the greenery, the pebbles and
for privacy off master bedroom - could use evergreen vines?
Maybe for front privacy
Privacy of table
Ridge Oak remodel
semi privacy fence
Privacy yet allows a breeze
Increase privacy in pool area
Black & White Apartment
Image screen for windows for privacy, shoji.com
Credit: Niki Papadopoulos - It actually isn't a screen. It looks like it has scrim roll down shades for privacy and diffused light, but the super cool thing that looks like branches, is actually a product from Vitra called Algue. It comes is pieces and you can
counterintuitive to accessorize a window by hanging a large piece of art directly in front of it, but it works in a bedroom if you’re vying for extra privacy. Instead of relying only on the sheer curtain, this assemblage of interconnected Vitra Algues gives the whole room texture and makes the windows feel
Vignette Roman Shades
I like the privacy at night with the filtered light when the blinds are open.
Or blinds for privacy instead of frosted glass
like the top-down idea - for a bit of privacy
Window treatment that opens top down and bottom up - privacy, low profile, and easy to clean
Garden patio, privacy created by wooden/natural-looking wall
pool in the rear garden in favor of landscape architect Jack Merlo's bluestone water feature — a stunning curved wall fountain that provides both privacy and serenity in the garden area.Australian native spotted gumwood was used extensively throughout the garden design, including for the decking and
pool in the rear garden in favour of landscape architect Jack Merlo’s bluestone water feature – a stunning curved wall fountain that provides both privacy and serenity in the garden area.Australian native spotted gum was used extensively throughout the garden design, including for the decking and wall