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  • Jessica 🐾

    Use a curtain to create privacy on the patio for an outdoor party. This looks so comfy.

  • Erin Boyd

    This colorfully appointed porch is screened on one end with a curtain. "We live across the Hudson from NYC in a very urban neighborhood," says RMSer leylaj. "Outdoor space here is a luxury and making the most of it is essential."

  • Kris Lange

    balcony idea

  • Electric Saver 1200

    Everyone wants more Outdoor Living!

  • Gabrielle Ault-Riche

    create some privacy on your back porch with an outdoor curtain.

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