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From gazebos and pergolas, to hedges and privacy fences, discover all the ways to create a secluded backyard. You can grow your garden to new heights with planter boxes or retaining walls, or gain some privacy from above by installing a massive patio umbrella. Read on to find even more ways to add privacy to your backyard.
You can build your own custom pergola with the help of the Toja Grid, a modular system that creates small or large shaded areas that are tailored to your outdoor living space. The Toja Grid can be assembled quickly and easily and is built from strong and weather-resistant materials. It is available in several different kits for pergolas of different sizes and designs.
Try an all-season gazebo for year-round outdoor privacy. Since it’s completely enclosed, it offers protection from the chilly winter winds.
Privacy fences conceal your backyard from neighbours. They can also act as a windbreaker and will provide a clear indication of where your property ends and your neighbour’s starts.
This old standby is a favourite for a reason: it works. A tall hedge provides as much privacy as a stockade fence. It's better looking, more inviting to birds, and looks great in winter. A hedge often reaches higher than a fence for even more screening.
A retaining wall is a great way to build up your garden. Retaining walls handle two tasks at once: they provide privacy and it gives you lots of space to grow great vegetables and herbs. You can make it multi-level for some added height.
Setting up tall planters in a line will act as a wall of privacy. Add some vibrant flowers to the planters for extra colour in your backyard. This way you’ll get your privacy and make your backyard oasis gorgeous.
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It may seem like a stretch, but a patio umbrella provides plenty of privacy from second-story windows, particularly those of neighbouring houses. Of course, you also gain protection from sun and rain, as well as an attractive addition to your outdoor decor.
Opt for a tilted patio umbrella if you want privacy in a particular area of your yard. Freestanding or patio-table-compatible umbrellas are also available.
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