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I want to put something on my screened porch to give me privacy-Ideas?

I use curtain panels now, but was wanting to use something with visual appeal and interest.

  • Johnavallance82
    Johnavallance82 United Kingdom
    on Jun 5, 2018

    Lots of Macrame hanging Pots with Plants in (Spider Plant etc). or Bamboo poles or Beaded curtains, or Shelves with interesting things displayed?

  • Holly Bertone
    Holly Bertone Alexandria, VA
    on Jun 5, 2018

    Hi Jan - You have such a lovely view! What kind of curtains and how were they styled? We did this to our screen porch (scroll down towards the bottom) --> https://pinkfortitude.com/porch-oasis/ Good luck! Hugs, Holly

  • Lisa S.
    Lisa S. Wilmington, DE
    on Jun 5, 2018

    Rollup bamboo shades may work.

  • Rymea
    Rymea Kansas City, MO
    on Jun 5, 2018

    Maybe free standing bifold shutter doors

    • Jan Cox
      Jan Cox
      7 days ago

      That sounds interesting, but I would a couple. I'll have to see where I can purchase screens. TY!

  • Jcraw
    Jcraw Collingswood, NJ
    7 days ago

    You have a great porch and view and, no doubt delightful breezes. When considering your choices, think about air movement too.

    Ikea sells these panels (assorted styles and colors). You buy multiple panels which can be full cover or stack on one side, sort of like Barn Door slider. While they are for interior, I’d think you could spray the slider top for rust resistance, and rainproof the panels with LL Bean spray.

  • Sue
    2 hours ago

    You could hang beaded curtains, you can get some really pretty ones. Also tubular bamboo ones that have different painted themes, i.e.,Franciscans, sunsets. Also if you are good at drawing/painting you can paint your own theme.

  • Cheryl A
    Cheryl A Dacula, GA
    An hour ago

    you can buy the light beige colored drop cloths and make curtains with those here is an idea of how to do it

    5 Easy Steps to Make No-Sew Drop Cloth Curtains. Iron your drop cloth panels. Ugh! Measure. Next, you'll need to measure your window and determine how long you want your panel. Step 3: Hem your panels. Step 4: Attach your hanging clips. Step 5: Hang your panels.

    https://www.oursouthernhomesc.com › Project Gallery › DIY

    Apr 22, 2013 - While we hung the hardware, I had the drop cloths washing in a normal ... I had this iron on tape already on hand so I decided to skip the sewing machine. ... Drop cloth curtains are a very affordable way to dress your windows.

    Jul 27, 2016 - For me personally, one of the best things about drop cloth curtain is that there is nosewing involved at all. Zilch. Nada. They are already ...

    Jun 14, 2017 - 2-inch, Set of 30 Metal Curtain Rings with… Be sure to select a drop cloth at least a foot longer in length than you need. This way you can fold over the top of the panel, eliminating the need to sew a bottom hem.

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