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17 Privacy Screen Ideas That’ll Keep Your Neighbors From Snooping

7. Repurposed Shutter Screen

Repurposed Shutter Screen

Use a stack of old shutters to add more privacy to your outdoor oasis. (Tutorial: Cottage in the Oaks)

8. The Tin Accent Wall

The Tin Accent Wall

Add a square of tin to the wall, to create an outdoor accent and dress up the space. It adds a lot of personality. (Tutorial: Crafty Texas Girls)

9. Tall Garden Pots

Tall Garden Pots

Use large galvanized metal tubs to plant tall grass or bamboo to create privacy screen in yard. (Photo via Dave’s Garden)

10. Repurposed Doors

Repurposed Doors

Why not use old doors as a privacy screen for your yard? (Photo via Redoux Interiors)

11. Slat Screen

Slat Screen

Simple and Elegant. Great impact and fits perfectly within the minimalist house design. (Tutorial: The Brick House)

12. Garden Slat Wall

Garden Slat Wall

This is great in so many ways. Especially for people who live so close to their neighbors. (Tutorial: Design Dining + Diapers)

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6 thoughts on “17 Privacy Screen Ideas That’ll Keep Your Neighbors From Snooping”

  1. Thanks for the great ideas for privacy screens. My wife and I just moved into our house and we are looking for some ideas for the back patio area, including some privacy. I really like the outdoor privacy curtain idea; would these do okay in a rain storm? Thanks for the ideas!

  2. I loved seeing the wattle privacy screen you featured here! I can definitely imagine how nice it would be to have a privacy screen that was easily transportable like that. I would imagine that whether it be a screen like that or a more permanent installation though, you would want to be sure that it was well constructed so it would serve it’s purpose and hold up over time. i would probably hire a professional to build the screen once I knew which kind I wanted.

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