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thirdstone inc. [^]
2 Reviews
SD House
Will the ipe start to bend with no supports at the ends over time?
The intent of this feature was to provide the homeowner with a bit of privacy due to the raised deck. So it wasn't so much intended to buffer any noise
Do you have more ideas for privacy for our back porch
to an already-there concrete wall, this small deck now offers plenty of privacy.
could we add a taller privacy wall ?
“Deck privacy wall” — smjoen
Leslie Glazier @ Properties
1 Review
Lincoln Park 2 Bedroom Condo
room/privacy for living room...privacy screen matches our fence...Outdoor privacy...hot tub privacy screen...the clear privacy...privacy screen...deck privacy screen...Screen for privacy...patio privacy...Privacy idea...privacy fence deck...I like the privacy screens...Privacy wall...privacy and screening
“Screen” — jalbert87
AFLA-Landscape Design
10 Reviews
Cont. Diablo
developing heavy trunks into a freestanding and self-supporting tree often outgrowing 'under designed' support structures. Nevertheless this particular strong
Thank you for your response. I have a wisteria growing in a pot with supporting poles trying to control it. I was deathly afraid to have the plant near
design reflects the Residences building style rather than an actual need to support the wisteria. Structural engineered concrete footings, metal anchors and
Like the way this fence/wall creates shade and privacy.
great privacy wall for next to
“Sitting wall and fireplace” — roserodd
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
Main Street Landscape is your choice for landscape contractors in Northern Virginia. Offering full-service landscape architecture design and installation.
Cannon Hill Residence
Where can you find design for privacy screen?
Idea for townhouse/row house privacy screening
Raise some artistic decorative panels. Privacy screens don't need to be boring. These custom pieces block the neighbor's view and act as an interesting
Screens for privacy...love the privacy...Privacy screens...great screens to add privacy...Privacy screen...Vertical privacy...Privacy screens, decor touch...I like these privacy screens...Privacy panels...Like privacy screens and patio...privacy fence...Side yard privacy screens
“not sure... just interesting” — elskad
Avalon Interiors
8 Reviews
St. Moritz Crescent
I like the privacy panels, what is the material is used?
Love the idea of the light coming through, but achieving privacy! Where would one buy this corrugated acrylic?
would provide nice privacy around your jacuzzi.
hooks on frame for hot tub, privacy wall under pergola
Privacy panels...Love the privacy wall with hooks...Privacy screen for tub...Privacy wall...I like the privacy...Privacy screen...Privacy for back patio...shoji privacy...Privacy screen around hot tub...simple privacy screen...privacy panels...Privacy fence?
“Japanese fence?” — riet4me
Arrow. Land + Structures
5 Reviews
Wilmette Residence
Wilmette Residence Landscape - Privacy Screen, Freestanding Cedar Trellis with Vine, Bluestone Terrace and Stone Steps
I'd like to create some privacy for a 12 foot section along my driveway. I have between 1 foot 5" to 1 foot
Another privacy panel option. Wood with vines
to have privacy and to grow vegetables
“guest room deck privacy” — loreleibill
Genus Loci Ecological Landscapes Inc.
8 Reviews
Outdoor Dining Terrace
plants, added a water feature and created a raised dining terrace with privacy screens in an otherwise exposed back yard.
privacy wall...Privacy fence...Privacy screen...Freestanding corner deck with privacy...Privacy Screen 5...Zen corner....plus privacy...yard privacy...The privacy wall.
“backyard dining” — monique333
B. Jane Gardens
4 Reviews
South Austin Landscape
Which type of wood is used for the privacy screen ?
What type of poles/size lag nuts are used for this privacy screen?
Love, love this privacy screen! I'm just curious about the size (height/width) of
3. Create more privacy. Just because you want your garden to be the center of your visitors’ attention doesn’t mean that you want to be the center of attention
attention yourself. The most common way to create privacy in the garden is to construct a fence around the perimeter, but if you’d rather not fence the
“Master bath” — L Street Designs, LLC
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