Intelligent design principles help create privacy, shade, and interest in your outdoor living space
15 Jul Intelligent design principles help create privacy, shade, and interest in your outdoor living space
3 Ways to Add Privacy to Your Outdoor Space
Creating privacy can be a tricky challenge, whether you have an urban “fishbowl” or a sprawling estate. The challenge of creating traffic patterns, rhythm, and a design that make an efficient use of the space intellgently takes the eye of a trained designer. When not properlly considered, these spaces can turn into a problem for the homeowner, and can defeat the purpose of the outdoor space, which is to relax! This post from ShadeFX gives three great ways to create privacy, while also providing some other ancillary benefits as well. Using structures, plantings, and other landscape features can seamlessly outfit an outdoor living space properly, and create the best experience for your outdoor rooms.
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Whether you live in suburbia or an urban environment, space and privacy are at a premium, especially when it comes to your outdoor space. As you begin to explore options in creating a getaway in your backyard or on your patio, you can leverage some creative ideas that give you the ambiance and beauty you need while optimizing your privacy in a public or semi-public setting.
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