A Modern Wood Privacy Screen Plan
Simple yet elaborate modern privacy screen plans that can be used in just about any yard to create privacy. Train vines and provide a focal point without being tacky or clashing with the rest of the neighborhood. So often you see lattice nailed up between posts and think to yourself, that would have been beautiful in the 80’s. There are so many tasteful ways to create a wood privacy screen without going full tacky!
Color matters! Staining a privacy screen white will give a more formal and classy look. White stain shows off shadows and detail. A medium brown will make it fade away into the background and washes away the detail. A medium brown will cast something like an unattractive fence to the background. Leaving red cedar will age to a grey patina. Growing vines over all or part of a wood privacy screen blend it with the landscape, regardless of the color.
A modern privacy screen should be easily constructed, yet a little uncommon. It doesn’t need to be metal or glass per se, but a unique pattern will help create something that people stop and look at.
Wood Privacy Screen Design- Build it with our Plans
These wood privacy screen designs are designed for professional builders and designers. The plans are architectural drawings only. Every feature is likely different, so you may have to create your own material list based on the size you choose. We designed this project to utilize standard available material from your local lumber yard. It sort of resembles a pergola design, doesn’t it? As with anything, avoid the budget materials from big box stores.
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This is a modern privacy screen design that can be built by any contractor. Use our details for this project and have your own contractor install it to our standards. Contact us to have one of our top-notch privacy trellis builders do it for you. Our specialty is Unique! Get in touch today to have your trellises installed this year! If you are the DIY type, start with one of our DIY fence plans first– that will teach you how to install the footings to last, and how to keep them in a straight line!