5 methods to bring privacy to your patio

If you get along with your neighbors, you probably don’t want them to look into your backyard during special events. Open living spaces are mostly large and open, but that is not to say they cannot be private. A good level of privacy can help turn your patio into the place you can relax, entertain or disappear. The following are some tips for making your patio more private:

Plant the tree Plant a tree

A beautiful and natural addition to your patio is the tree. I have found that they provide lush greenery, shade and privacy. The fence will feel less organized than the standard fence but will make your yard feel much more secluded. In addition to this, you should consider planting an artificial tree that won’t overgrow and take over your patio space. They are easy to keep well-groomed, but still offer privacy and shade.

Crepe Myrtle: If you plant this tree in the summer, then it will produce flowers in rich shades of white, pink or red. It is possible to find that it sprouts flowers in rich shades of purple, white, pink or red. During fall, the leaves transform into gorgeous yellow, orange and red shades. The colors of the leaves are infinitely different: yellow, orange and red. On the other hand, it’s even beautiful in winter with bare branches and pink bark that gleams in the sunlight. In the end, it can grow up to 25 feet tall and 25.5 feet wide. Don’t worry if that’s too big for your patio, don’t worry. Do not worry, you can always trim it down to fit into your space.

Fern Pine is a tree that can be trimmed down to any size. Depending on what you need for your patio space, this tree can be trimmed down to any size. As it is round, delicate branches and deep green color with slim fine leaves. I think they resemble needles of a pine tree. A beautiful tree is growing up to 20-30 feet tall and 10 to 15 feet wide. This gorgeous tree grows up to 20 to 30 feet tall and 10 to 15 ft wide.

Japanese Maple: This is a sweet tree is a bit smaller, growing 15 to 25 feet high and about 10 to 15 feet wide. You can enjoy colorful leaves throughout spring and fall, with elegant bare trunks during the winter.

Retractable porch screens

Phantom’s retractable screens are a great way to get the privacy you desire while enjoying the experience of your backyard. They offer natural ventilation and protection from the sun, which makes your outdoor space more comfortable during warm summer months. The privacy mesh blocks up to 90 percent of UV rays and the thicker weaves provide added protection from peeping eyes. When privacy isn’t needed, the screens retract into cavities designed above the openings, completely hiding them from view. Click here to learn more about our motorized retractable screens and what they can offer you.

Add a pergola

If you’re looking to incorporate style and privacy, a pergola might be right for you. The structure’s design provides privacy but doesn’t look too closed in. It also allows you to hang flowers or plants to bring a little color into the space. It’s also great for hanging light fixtures like lanterns or chandeliers, which can bring a unique personality into your patio. You can even add motorized screens to create a wonderful outdoor room or additional privacy.

Listen to the water

Water may not block out any views, but the relaxing, trickling sound of it certainly blocks out noisy neighbors. You would be surprised how even the slightest trickle of water from a fountain can make a difference to the ambiance of your patio.

Build a trellis

A trellis doesn’t completely block the view of your neighbors or busy streets. However, it does provide just enough privacy to make your outdoor space more enjoyable to be in. If you wish to make it more secluded, simply plant flowers or vines along the deck and watch as they climb all over the trellis

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