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Created 11-Mar-12
Modified 19-Mar-12
Visitors 636
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Mature Colorado spruce frame this gate on a rural property completely screening the adjacent parking area.Sinking the spa into the deck and surrounding it with a louvered screen gives the option of closed for privacy or open for views of the garden.A small water feature can help to drown out unwanted noises from adjacent properties.A stone retaining wall helps to nestle in this patio making it more private as does the surrounding evergreen and deciduous plant material.On this upper deck privacy is achieved with a frosted glass and powder coated aluminum screen.This Virginia creeper covered lattice screen on this deck helps to give privacy to the upper deck.Hop vines cover this Western red cedar pergola enclosing this intimate seating area.Tucked into a natually treed bank, this gazebo becomes a private retreat.Tower poplar trees provide privacy from the upper deck of this property while leaving the view open to the garden.Dry-pack stone terraces nestle this patio and firepit into the garden for a more enclosed feeling.By terracing this garden the lower patio gains a lot of privacy from the fence and strategically placed trees.An earthen berm planted with Colorado spruce and an assortment of shrubs helps to screen this garden from the sounds and sights of a busy street.This pool-side structure houses the change rooms and pool equipment as well as providing a cozy covered kitchen and fireplace area.A retaining wall made from PisaII block plus some shrubbery and an ornamental crabapple tree provides privacy for this lake-side firepit without impeding views of the lake from the residences.Hops on this Western red cedar screen creates privacy between a service area and the main back garden.