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13 Tips to Make Your Deck More Private

Incorporate a Tree: Instead of clearing the ground when you add a deck, take advantage of whats already there. This old apple tree isn't just a great addition to the yard -- it gives the deck more privacy by creating a soft, natural canopy, too. Lush plantings around the edge of the deck also help it feel softer and more secluded.

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13 Tips to Make Your Deck More Private

Evergreen trees are first-rate picks for creating privacy. They block any view and offer a lush, green backdrop. Plus, dense evergreens help filter noise.

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