Creating the Perfect Private Patio

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A patio is an outdoor space to be enjoyed on your own, with family, or with friends. However, the prying eyes of strangers and neighbors can take away from your quality time. Not only does it make you feel uncomfortable, but it can also lead to safety concerns. 

Reclaim your patio with a few easy ideas. These ideas add privacy to your home so that you don’t have to worry about onlookers. 

Intimate spot for all to hang out

A patio is an extension of your home. You need to put in as much care when designing and preparing the area as you have with your interiors. A major trend in 2020 is to bring the indoors outdoors. Cashing in on that concept, prepare a private conversation spot in your patio. Add thick curtains to your porch. This allows you to add privacy to your outdoor space whenever you like. This idea is particularly useful when you’re hosting. 

DIY curtain on your patio umbrella

Adding some privacy to your patio doesn’t always have to cost you a lot of money. You can DIY your way to solve the problem too! If you have a patio umbrella set up in your backyard, use some lightweight translucent and breathable fabric to create a makeshift curtain for your umbrella. Set up patio chairs under the patio and create an intimate spot right in the middle of your backyard!

Invest in a patio cover

Patio covers are wooden frames that provide shelter to open spaces. You can cover the frame whenever you require added shelter and privacy too. This is not only a durable option for your patio but it also looks incredibly stylish. 

A pergola adds privacy to your patio without making the area seem smaller. The functional frame allows you to hang up a number of lighting options too. 

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Privacy screens can be set up

Local garden supply and home stores have many options when it comes to backyard privacy screens. While some screens are purely for decorative purposes, others do a great job and making your backyard a safe space. Make sure you check the materials used carefully before investing in a privacy screen. 

Multiple screens can be set up according to your needs. Many homeowners have them installed near the pool for a private sunbathing area too. 

If you’re looking for DIY solutions, you can most certainly repurpose old wooden doors to create a privacy screen. 

A fountain to add white noise

Eavesdropping is just as bad as being stared at in your very own patio. Having neighbors who love listening to what’s going on in your patio is just as much a breach of privacy as anything else. Set up a water feature in your backyard to add some white noise to the area. This white noise will block out any sound that travels to your neighbors effectively. Water features also make your backyard look more attractive and serene. 

Fenced patio

The most secure privacy feature you can add to your backyard is a full-length fence. This fence will ensure no prying eyes are on you or your family. This privacy feature is ideal for homes with kids. The kids can play outside safely in the comfort of their homes. 

Whether you have a large or small patio, PatioHQ provides patio furniture options to fit all outdoor living spaces. With our wide variety of products, there’s something to match everyone’s interior and exterior style. Shop for high-end patio lanterns to keep the space warm, affordable outdoor furniture, fire pit tables, and throw cushions. Get our affordable products delivered to your home free of cost! Call 888-450-4960 for further assistance. 

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