Work with your Denver fence company to create a backyard oasis for you and your family. Here are some fun ways you can add more privacy to your home with our sacrificing comfort.
Using a portable partition can help create privacy anywhere in your backyard. And best of all, because the partition is easy to move around, you can use it for a variety of functions. Use it to create an area for kids, or use it to create a separate seating area.
Living walls have been getting more and more popular over the past few years and for a good reason; they look fab and do a great job of creating privacy. If you don’t have a green thumb, check in with a local nursery or landscaper to figure out what will work best on your living wall. Here, Guido Keller of Lotus Gardenscape uses a custom-made wall planter by Ore to create a vertical garden which blocks out a good chunk of this home’s neighboring view, creating some quiet privacy in the backyard.
Trees & Shrubs
Going natural and choosing trees and shrubs is always a great idea for creating a bit of privacy in your outdoor space. If you’re lucky enough to have a backyard, you’re really only limited by your own budget. Again, it’s a good idea to check in with a nursery or landscaper to see what trees or shrubs might best fit your needs. For older homes, you may find that there are already several trees that you can simply add to fill in. If you have a small balcony, you can use potted trees or shrubs to easily block off your space.
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