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The Overlook at Heritage Hills
side for privacy and appealing before vine
Privacy screen...privacy fence...Iron for privacy
Northern Virginia General Contractor
For more than 35 years, the clients of Courthouse Kitchens & Baths have been getting style for their homes with our gorgeous bathroom and kitchen design and unparalleled remodeling.
those wood privacy screens and the weird patterned wall tile and the faucet.
Privacy wall outside
Privacy screen idea...wood privacy screen
Ken Gutmaker Architectural Photography
Take that privacy wall/screen and cut it to 2/3 its height--OR rotate it 90 degrees: the rails are thinner than anything V. is suggesting. There may be more privacy in general with horizontals.
slat privacy landing wall
Country by Design
Urban Infill Home
greater privacy on one side of the fence without impacting the fence itself
privacy, but would do smaller slats
Privacy fence...screens for privacy
Revolution Design House
The Belmont outdoor leisure chair
privacy hedge with lit LOVE sign in backyard
privacy hedge around pool, LOVE sign in hedge!
laurel as a privacy hedge.
Nice privacy from bush
Taylor Smyth Architects
night, privacy during day.
Privacy with a view!
screening for privacy
Open air living in the mountains of Bali
bit of privacy, dropping the blinds changes the house entirely," Evans says. "When my blinds are open, you really are in the middle of it all — the rainforest and Mount Batukaru to the north, with a view down the sea to the south."
Privacy screen for deck?
screen or privacy....screen for privacy
Steve Domoney Architecture
Exterior - rear
need for privacy with the greater intensity of development now surrounding the site. In addressing the transitional quality of the streetscape, attention is given to how a new building will fit into a likely new streetscape rather than the existing one. This rationale is evident in the resulting and somewhat
Issues of privacy to and from the street are addressed with the upper level introduction of a deep terrace fronting the home office. Distant views are gained from within this space across the terrace whilst the terrace acts as a visual foil blocking sight lines from the street to this private space. Deeper
t for privacy. The central core of the house invites casual family living, rising through two levels; the space is defined by the proximity of the external pool which extends to its wall face. With an overhead bridge link traversing this internal space, strong visual interconnection is achieved throughout