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Made from branches, this can be used as a lovely screen, trellis, or even a fence.

Did you attach the trellis at the top right hand side to the cement blocks on the house? I live in AZ and would like to do that to mine but we have wild winds/rain during the monsoons and am not sure it would hold up without heavy duty bracing?

great way to create privacy, extra seating in a small space (could run a long table in front of the bench) and incorporate trailing plants. Would be perfect for the back of the yard when we take down the shed.

✤ Landscaping Ideas for Privacy #7 - Create a Restful Nook Use plants to cocoon a garden spot. Trees often are used as a canopy over a quiet nook. Here a pergola serves the same purpose. In place of the heavy-duty look of wood, a delicate metal screen shields two chairs and a table.

Potting Bench incorporated into deck screen

Lattice panels screen wind and lend privacy to this deck while flowering climbers soften their look and add color. | Photo: Jerry Pavia | thisoldhouse.com

Outdoor - sliding screen doors Would be great at the lakehouse! # Pinterest++ for iPad #

Combine Deck Lighting with Screening Extend the time you spend out on your deck by installing lights. Here, outdoor lights are wired into the decorative screens to illuminate the seating area and add ambience after dark. Nighttime illumination does not need to be at the same brightness as interior illumination. The goal should be to mimic the light levels typically provided by a full moon.