Wild Garden, East LondonContemporary Garden, London

Photo of a contemporary garden in London. —  Houzz
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Lucy Searle added this to Window Dressings That Preserve Your Privacy... and Natural Light3 Mar 2019

Screen outdoors, not inIf you’re binning your net curtains in favour of bare windows but still need screening, consider putting it outdoors instead. This could be in the form of hedging out the front or simple structures in the back garden. The beauty of the ones here is that they frame different views of the garden, rather than blocking them.Tell usHow do you ensure privacy at home? Share your tips in the Comments section, like this story, save your favourite images and join the conversation.MoreNeed some customised window dressings to save both your privacy and light? Find a decorator or interior designer near you who can measure up your windows and chat through your options

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Aspen Garden and Landscape, LLC added this to Green Stairs3 days ago

EJ - Some screen panels may provide definition of the space and separation from the rental property

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carol added this to Landscape ideas7 Jun 2019

Privacy screen for planting on Dining room patio, use for planting vines and or lettuce herbs etc.

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Alicia St.John-Batman added this to Back Garden3 Jun 2019

Variation. Dividers. Cobblestones . Privacy and nooks.

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Alicia Batman added this to Back Garden3 Jun 2019

The separation . Privacy . Potential in my garden

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HU-285637794 added this to webuser_285637794's ideas27 May 2019

Breaking up garden into smaller books

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