Use a curtain to create privacy on the patio for an outdoor party. This looks so comfy. http://www.hgtv.com/decks-patios-porches-and-pools/creating-privacy-on-decks-and-patios/pictures/page-7.html?soc=pinterest Outdoor Living, Balconies, Outdoor Parties, Apartment Ideas, Back Porches, Porches Patio Decks, Outdoor Curtains, Outdoor Spaces, Decks Patio
A Gazebo Fit for Stargazing--The macrame "roof" on this backyard gazebo allows ample light to filter through. Look up and it's also a focal point, creating a unique "spider-web" pattern that's studded with lush hanging baskets.
~~plant "pocket gardens" around the perimeter of a deck or patio for creating privacy and a quiet space~~
Is this another one of those "look at the furniture we made out of old pallets!"? The height of the seats would be fine for children or the vertically challenged, but anyone over the age of 50 could never get back up again! Plus, it's ugly.
Use a Focal Point Pull a little landscape sleight of hand by using a focal point to create a distraction. Any eye-catching object works if it draws more attention than the view you're trying to screen. Here, a small raised water garden captivates garden guests -- and adds a bit of tranquility