Whether you’re hoping to lend a little shade, a little privacy, or perhaps a little artistic flare to your indoor or outdoor space, we’ve got a DIY for you! Keep reading for five DIY ways to craft a privacy screen.  



Use pressure-treated pine to recreate this on-trend privacy screen, which HGTV calls, “designer-grade” – (and we agree!) 

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Lace Flyscreen 

Not a fan of your existing flyscreen? Whether what you have is worn down or just plain boring, you won’t regret replacing it with this pretty lace version.  

Photo Source: ragstocoutoure.com

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Upcycled Shutters 

Though your desire for privacy won’t be subtle with this DIY, these repurposed shutters will certainly do the trick.  

Photo Source: newhousenewhomelife.com 

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Sheer Bamboo 

Want something cost effective, lightweight, and environmentally friendly? Look no further than bamboo! 

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Folded & Freestanding (using bi-fold doors) 

For something a lot sturdier than bamboo, this DIY-er has repurposed three bi-fold doors. We love that this screen is freestanding, making it great for indoor or outdoor use, and we also love the idea of giving it reversible sides. 

Photo Source: inmyownstyle.com

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