A Privacy Porch Offers RelaxationA privacy porch is ideal for relaxing in comfort or for hiding unpleasant features from view. Porches are also great for entertaining, but what if you want a little time to yourself? A privacy porch can do just that - give you a relaxing nook to spend some quiet time.
In this day and age, hustle and bustle have become our middle name leaving very little time for pure relaxation.
Or perhaps you need to hide your neighbors old car or unkempt lawn from your view. Our front porch ideas will give you plenty of options.
Climbing foliage on lattice panel and landscaping provide lots of privacyA privacy porch can be just a little area of your porch that is hidden from view - when you can enjoy a good book or sit with your sweetie. It doesn't even have to be on the ground level.
A combination of lattice and foliage create privacy on this porchTo create a sense of privacy, Janisse uses lattice panels on her front porch. She plants mandevilla vines to wrap around the lattice in the summer, which she says, creates a colorful touch of red on her porch. We like Janisse's idea for creating a cozy hideaway on her front porch.
Create a privacy porch, or a sense of privacy, with vinyl lattice.
Leave as is or cover with vines for additional seclusion. You could easily cover your privacy screens with vines to add both color and more privacy.
Curb appealing lattice panel offers lots of privacy
Make It Your Private Space
We love the simple latticework hanging from one end to create a feeling of privacy
How Do You Use Your Porch or Patio Area?Give it some thought.
How to Create a Privacy Porch
Hanging decorative lattice panel at one end creates privacy
A Privacy Porch Idea from The Porch CompanyTo minimize the sun for one of their customers, The Porch Company used shutters on tracks that can then be easily moved along the side of the porch to reduce the light. You could use the same idea for privacy as well. See how they did it.
Use Plants to Create Privacy
Create Vertical Separation with Climbing PlantsCreate a vertical separation using climbing plants on a trellis to make a privacy porch. Here's how do it:
Annual Vine Suggestions
Perennial Vine Suggestions
Use vines to create your very own privacy area or to conceal otherwise offensive line-of-sight objects.
See our Porch Landscaping Directory for more great ideas using plants and landscaping for your porch.
Create Privacy with Natural Landscaping
The right landscaping can magically seclude your porch from the everyday worldDepending on your yard, the following landscaping ideas to create your privacy porch with a natural barrier ...
The best thing about a privacy porch or private porch area is that you can outfit it just the way you want. Not only consider comfort but pamper yourself as well.
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