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  • KB Home Temple

    #KBHome Modern landscape by Feldman Architecture

  • Teknika Design Group

    Screen for a roof deck

  • C.B. McKay

    Modern Fence Design

  • Karmen Hosé

    “privacy screen - smaller version for fence?” “metal privacy fence. The horizontal lines create an attractive motif in this modern rooftop garden, echoing the arrangement of the dark hardwood decking and planter boxes.” “The privacy and opened of the surround” “Love the privacy that these screens/windows allow” “the frosted panels as a privacy screen are cool”

  • The Hummingbird Garden Diva

    Modern Landscape Design, Pictures, Remodel, Decor and Ideas - page 15

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This is a cozy, inviting patio space, but look how close the building next door stands, making it impossible for neighbors not to notice you. A simple row of planters, filled with verdant palms, does the trick to screen the view. Once you and your guests are seated in this cozy outdoor living room, you'll truly feel private, thanks to that living green partition.

Add privacy and structure to your #garden with stylish and practical fence ideas from Gayle Roberts Merry Homes and Gardens.

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A modification of this as a privacy screen for the furnace. Maybe with a painted drop cloth instead of plain canvas.

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

Add a Porch. Front porches are back in business, especially if there's room for a bench or a chair to welcome guests to the front of the home. Be sure to check building codes for setback requirements. Also, if you plan to entertain there, make sure your porch has at least 12 X 24 feet of space.

Planter privacy... plant a few long planters with vines over one side of your porch.

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