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How to give your backyard privacy with 2x6 wood fence panels

June 20, 2018

Posted by Ashley VanderWall

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Searching for a DIY-friendly way to increase backyard privacy? Look no further than our Outdoor Essentials® 2x6 framed wood fence panels. These panels save you time (they come preassembled) and work for a variety of privacy applications. You can install them horizontally or vertically for plenty of design flexibility. Plus, they look great!

Here are five backyard privacy project ideas you can do with our 2x6 fence panels to transform your outdoor space:

  1. Install our panels on one or more sides of your patio or ground-level deck to build a patio or deck privacy screen.
    Build a deck privacy screen or create patio privacy with Outdoor Essentials 2x6 wood fence panels.

  2. Want to really impress your guests? Mix-and-match our 2x6 fence panel styles to create a one-of-a-kind privacy fence.
    Build a unique wood fence and give your backyard privacy with Outdoor Essentials 2x6 wood fence panels.

  3. Not into mixing-and-matching? Use one fence panel style to construct a framed 6 foot privacy fence with high-end style.
    Build a unique wood fence with Outdoor Essentials 2x6 wood fence panels to give your backyard privacy.

  4. Enjoy some seclusion without completely blocking out the world. Attach our 2x6 fence panels two-high (horizontally) to build a 4 foot wood fence.
    Build 4 foot privacy fence and add privacy to your balcony or patio with Outdoor Essentials 2x6 wood fence panels.

  5. Our 2x6 fence panels make stylish block wall fence toppers. Install panels across the top of a concrete or brick wall to add extra height and increase privacy.
    Use Outdoor Essentials 2x6 wood fence panels as decorative block wall fence toppers.

You can also use our 2x6 fence panels beyond the backyard to cover up AC units, accent a garden area and more. Looking for more information? Get product specifics on the Outdoor Essentials 2x6 fence panel pages or check out the installation instructions.

We’d love to hear what project you plan to tackle with these. Leave a note in our comments below or let us know on Facebook!

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