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Top 54 Privacy Projects

  1. 31. Privacy Plants Create Hideaway (00:02:38)

    Sara creates a 'Tuscan hideaway' using privacy trees and aromatic plants.

  2. 32. Unique Vinyl Privacy Fence (00:03:22)

    Make your backyard safer by installing an attractive vinyl fence.

  3. 33. Installing a Privacy TV Wall (00:01:00)

    Build a privacy wall complete with a TV in your bathroom with Matt's tips.

  4. 34. Suburban Spaaah! (00:03:31)

    A boring bath gets a spectacular redo, including a privacy deck.

  5. 35. How To Build a Privacy Screen for an Outdoor Hot Tub

    The cabin's outdoor hot tub is afforded a bit of privacy with a four-panel screen lined with thick mesh fabric.

    Time:
    Weekend
    Cost:
    $1,000 - $2,500
    Difficulty:
    Moderate
  6. 36. Planting for Privacy

    Browse these makeovers from DIY Network and get ideas for creating a green screen in the yard.

  7. 37. Pocket Door Adds Privacy (00:03:25)

    A pocket door that matches the existing windows adds privacy to a loft.

  8. 38. Privacy Plants Rile Neighbor (00:03:57)

    Ron plants privacy trees but has to make peace with a grumpy neighbor.

  9. 39. Texturized Privacy Wall (00:55)

    For less than $100, you can create this texturized Plexiglas privacy wall.

  10. 40. Art-Glass Partition (01:10)

    Here's how to replace an ugly privacy wall with an art-glass partition.

  11. 41. Italian Cypress Adds Privacy (00:01:00)

    Planting an Italian cypress will give natural privacy to a backyard space.

  12. 42. Family Bath Expansion- Part 3 (20:00)

    This family-focused bathroom gets storage cabinets and a privacy door.

  13. 43. Craftsman Custom Landscaping (00:02:47)

    Sara's landscaping plan includes both drought-resistant and privacy plants.

  14. 44. How to Install a Vinyl Fence (00:01:00)

    Add style and privacy to your yard with a low-maintenance vinyl fence.

  15. 45. Privacy Screen for Countertops (03:04)

    Hide or disguise clutter on your countertops using a few small shutters.

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