Rather than pay to remove the unsightly metal fence from her Chicago apartment patio, Erica Lugbill of Lugbill Designs covered it up with stained and pressure-treated lumber. The horizontal panels create privacy that the pre-existing metal fence didnt offer.
For a small patio, such as one shown above, three screens is enough, but a larger patio may require 4 or 5. The panels look super stylish and will make any outdoor area more discreet, but also more fashionable with this interesting design.
Introduce pattern and privacy to your backyard patio with the Sandbar Stripe 3M Scotchgard Grommet Top Outdoor Curtain Panel . Featuring a statement-making striped design, this weather-resistant panel refreshes your outdoor space, season to season.
You can also use lattice panels to build privacy screens for the deck or the patio. Create individual frames for each panel and glue the panels to the screen. Put screws in the ends by drilling holes.
Make privacy pretty with these cedar panels that can be built as artfully placed screens or linked to form a custom-look fence. Build this project as a stand-alone feature; place them in a series along one edge of a deck or patio or as a fence. Before installing panels, verify your property lines
Use folding wood panels to dress up your landscape. If that eyesore of an AC compressor or compost bin or neighbor spoils the view from your deck or patio, the solution may be as simple as setting up a wood privacy screen like the one here.
Dress up your backyard with our elegant outdoor partitions. These attractive, portable wicker privacy screens are durable enough to withstand the elements.
Use the wood strips to frame the bamboo. Make sure the wood is stained and dry before you start building the frame. Attach the screens to the porch with brackets and hooks. found on christinasadventures . View in gallery. Another idea is to use lattice panels to build privacy screens for the deck or patio.