Looking for inspiration for your outdoor privacy screen? Here are five ways to create more privacy in your outdoor space, either with a standalone privacy screen or a fence screen from LOVE STORY.
1. Close In an Above-Ground Pool
Want a quick way to make your above-ground pool private without having to build a fence? Simply take a privacy fence screen and wrap it around posts attached to your pool. You'll want a screen that's durable and waterproof so it won't be damaged when you splash around in the pool.
2. Finish a Basketball Court or Driveway
To create more privacy for your basketball court - and to keep the ball from flying into your neighbor's yard - add a tall privacy fence and screen. This type of privacy structure is best for recreational areas because it's durable. A wood lattice frame or a garden wall wouldn't be good for a basketball court - functionally or aesthetically.
3. Cover up a Slatted Fence with a Fence Privacy Screen
If you already have a slatted or wrought-iron fence, you can add charm and privacy to your outdoor space by adding a privacy fence screen to it. Turn a drab garden or patio into a relaxing oasis by placing colorful potted flowers and planters.
4. Make a Natural Privacy Screen
If you want to keep your outdoor area as natural as possible, why not install a plant wall as a privacy screen? Hang small potted plants on a lattice frame, or cover a trellis in ivy, then position it at the edge of your patio or terrace.
5. Hang Outdoor Curtains
Curtains are an elegant way to keep your deck or patio private. They're also versatile - keep them open when you want to see the rest of your garden, or close them when you're gathered on the deck with friends and want some privacy. Outdoor curtains are also easy to install, but they work best for spaces that have a roof (covered decks, patios, etc.).
Very happy with this blog.
I so want to try something like this for our yard.
Nice job! I want one!