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Terra Firma Design
5 Reviews
Queen Street Rooftop
Tall planters for privacy from neighbors yard
privacy and utilisation of space outside
“High top table” — palillas
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B. Jane Gardens
4 Reviews
Rollingwood Estate
Nice trees to soften and give privacy... preferably evergreen
It's great for privacy. It's like having a personal park in your backyard. It's warm and inviting. It's gorgeous.
“raised planting area” — dhlandscape
John Senhauser Architects
1 Review
Tucson Residence Kitchen
Love the door with the tile! Is the glass opaque enough for privacy?
This is a custom door that utilizes white, laminated glass. Translucent enough to allow light transmission while still maintaining privacy.
“Creative sink” — happyredhood
Ellen Grasso & Sons, LLC
20 Reviews
Ellen Grass & Sons
What about overhang over pathway for more privacy ?
Pergola/fireplace as a privacy screen
“nice” — debbieharris150
Scott Wilson Architect, LLC
5 Reviews
Detached Addition
wrap around staircase, wall to cozy up dining table, hanging lantern chandelier, sliding barn doors for possible open concept or privacy
interesting to have barn doors on a track in between two rooms for a little extra privacy without closing it off completely
“Spiral. Would we consider this?” — keithd106
Simpson Design Group Architects
5 Reviews
This cannot be disclosed for the privacy of the client.
Modern design with lites and privacy
“Garage door” — leanneritson
Platinum Building Group
2 Reviews
Union St Armadale
Pool with privacy
lots of light plus privacy
“Alberca Techo” — ferco21
Katia Goffin Gardens
6 Reviews
North Arlington Residence
Ten to twenty feet this is tall but needs to be skinny.. .. seems like you need a hedge to me for the privacy... How about a hornbeam hedge? You can keep them clipped like the Siberian Elm Matt is suggesting. If I think of something else I will let you know
shades of green, privacy
“Gravel path” — Robin Shields
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