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What are Privacy Screens?

Privacy screens come in many shapes and forms and serve a variety of functions. If you're looking for outdoor privacy screens for decks or need a decorative piece to divide a room, a privacy screen can help you out. You can find an assortment of outdoor privacy panels that create a space carefully balancing aesthetics and function.
 
The beauty of using a privacy screen outdoor in your yard is that you receive the benefit of seclusion without the sense that you’re fenced in or enclosed. If you need to store lawn equipment, an outdoor privacy screen can quickly section off your lawn and you won’t need to purchase an expensive shed. In addition, with a deck privacy screen, you can enjoy a family get-together all while doing so without the prying eyes on your neighbors.
The Folding Outdoor Privacy Screen is the perfect patio, deck or outside divider to give you privacy from neighbors.

Types Of Privacy Screens and Dividers

If you’re looking to create a secluded oasis in your backyard, Versare has the best privacy screens to add to your home. Whether you’re looking for small privacy panels like our Wicker Flower Pot Divider or if you want to create a changing area before jumping into the pool with our Folding Outdoor Privacy Screen, we’ve got you covered. We want you to have access to the best privacy screen made from high-quality materials that can withstand everyday use.

When you want to relax in your backyard, either in your pool or laid out on your hammock, you don’t want to have to worry about passing onlookers. You need to weigh the choices of style, function, and size to ensure that it can fit in your space and doesn’t clash with the area’s decor. An easy way to create a small haven for yourself is to put up a patio privacy screen. The biggest question then is, what type of privacy screen is right for you?
Our outdoor dividers come in either a partition form or a flower pot holder!

Choosing Your Privacy Screen

While the idea of installing a fence may sound appealing, it’s a long-term commitment you might not want to make so rashly. Plus, it's a big investment. Instead, consider how you plan on using the space. For instance, If you have a pool, then a tall privacy screen might be the right choice for you. It will provide the privacy you need to swim in peace. Or, if you plan on using your deck for evening dinners, you might want to consider privacy panels as they provide the appropriate level of discretion without drawing focus.
 
When adding privacy screens to your backyard, you’re essentially incorporating another piece of furniture. Just as you wouldn’t want your couch to clash with your accompanying chairs, you don’t want your privacy screen to look out of place in your specific setting. While your neighbors may be one of the factors as to why you’re getting a privacy screen, you don’t want them to be forced to view a garish screen, giving them cause to contact the HOA. Thankfully, at Versare, we provide only the most elegant of privacy screens, potentially making your neighbors envious enough to purchase one of their own.
 
Choose the privacy screen that best fits your needs of seclusion from the neighbors or pedestrians on the street.

Privacy Screen Tips

Once you have chosen the best privacy screen to fit your home, there are a few things you can do to enhance your new screen.  Keep in mind that an outdoor screen doesn’t just have to be a way to break up the view. In fact, with the right artistic touch, it can transform into a delightful part of your yard.Even if you choose the most beautiful privacy screen you have ever seen, it’s luster will be dampened if it clashes with your home’s overall aesthetics. Your privacy screen should be an accessory that fits naturally with the surrounding environment, not a sculpture on which to fixate. Also, keep the style of your home in mind. If you have a colonial-style home, pairing a post-modern privacy screen with it is most likely not the best choice. 
 
While a privacy screen can stand on its own, don’t be afraid to add modest touches of flair to them.  You can give your neighbors a visually appealing scene by adding hints of art or an accessory such as ivy or potted plants to your outdoor screen. By adding small amounts of accouterment, you can even divert your neighbor's attention away from the fact that their view is blocked, as your privacy screen becomes a part of the scenery.
Shield yourself from the neighbors or people on the street using the outdoor folding privacy screen.