Sure we all love our neighbors, but jeepers-peepers, not as an audience to our everyday-outdoor-lives. To mimic the seclusion we feel indoors – in our outdoor spaces . . . we create Backyard Privacy Screens. Being familiar with custom wood screens that look sharp in landscape design we may not realize there are other incognito Backyard Privacy Screens – that shield our neighbors observing eyes.
Micah Dennis and his landscape video crew take us on a ‘privateness journey’ where camouflaged screens are Stare-Stoppers. After the video, we’ll visit individual backyards for a more contemplative view of screening styles.
Privacy in the Tub and out of it . . .
Hot tub shenanigans are safely shielded here in the Finch backyard.
Soak & A Shower – In the Coffey property, the privacy shower is the Screen Saver from neighbors’ inquiring eyes . . .
The Doaks’ Love to Soak – by day or by the light of the moon – No Watchers Allowed.
Privacy fence – top to bottom in the Zabaldo Spa Area as they soak in the view.
Living Wall Screens
Plant walls, vertical walls, living wall screens – you name ’em . . . these dynamo explosions of nature bring it all in while keeping eyes out.
STRUCTURAL WALL SCREENS
As you can see, outdoor room walls are themselves a screen from neighbors’ attentiveness. Outdoor living spaces become our havens, exempt from under the microscope scrutiny. Are neighbors really that snoopy? Probably not, however, the comfort-ability factor of being undisturbed by others is priceless.
FIREPLACE SCREEN WALLS we Want to be in Front of
Cool summer nights . . . firelight . . . telly . . . heavy sigh. Click images to take a quick tour of these properties . . .
Bordering your property space with a fence & screens pretty much says . . . “We want to keep it to Ourselves . . .”
The Screen Works – Custom Fence, Wood Structure, Bamboo, Firepit Wall/Screen
What happens in our backyards . . . stays in our backyards
It’s a Wrap!
Thanks for Dropping In
Until next time . . . Get Outside Portland!
Kim Thibodeau, Exterior Design Services
Landscape Blogger, Keepin’ it Out of Sight
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