32,633 streetside for privacy Home Design Photos

Gabriel Builders Inc.
10 Reviews
Gabriel Builders
Amazing look and gives a sense of privacy too
“GARAGE” — petkovim
James Wagman Architect, LLC
5 Reviews
Traditional Bathroom
Roller or roman shades for privacy..
how do you achieve the privacy with the window in the shower?
“stone” — Kimberly Johnson
McClellan Architects
3 Reviews
Forest House - Bath
Privacy patterning glass
Like this shower, privacy thing
“Tile” — selseadc
Boxleaf Design
3 Reviews
Modern San Francisco Living
turf was provided by Heavenly Greens, and the Golden Hedge Bamboo (Phyllostachys aurea) was used because we needed a relatively tall screen (to add privacy, and block neighboring facades), filtered light, and tight 20" width in the planting bed.
Simple, clean, and privacy.
“like . . . simplicity and polished concrete steps with pebble surround” — jaynagl
SURROUNDS Landscape Architecture + Construction
3 Reviews
Elegance in Design
Garden area privacy
privacy walls with vines?
“.” — ldurango
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Hill Country Residence
Nestled into sloping topography, the design of this home allows privacy from the street while providing unique vistas throughout the house and to the surrounding hill country and downtown skyline. Layering rooms with each other as well as circulation galleries, insures seclusion while allowing stunning
ceiling with a very tight stack could work. However if some of these window are doors they could be problematic. Please - no duettes! If there are no privacy or sun control issues I would skip window coverings. It was smart of the architect to include the ceiling recessed tracks to give the home owner a
“wood wall” — glennmf
Avalon Interiors
8 Reviews
Richmond Hill Residence
This looks like a "faux" relaxed roman shade pulled up to a valance length. I say faux since there is already a sheer fabric panel to provide privacy. A relaxed roman is simply a flat roman shade that is pulled up on just the sides to create the relaxed or smile on the bottom of the shade. It would
The mock (nonfunctional) Roman swoop is a great way to get the look of a beautiful window treatment without lots of fabric. If you still need privacy, simply mount it on the outside of the window and use a blind or shade on the inside.
“Chair wall and tile” — efudge2013
Neu Construction, Inc
1 Review
Queen Ann Whole House
privacy screen
privacy on side and scale
“Lattice under deck, upper level” — kgtg
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