How to Build a Herringbone Privacy Screen

Use basic home improvement store materials to add designer-grade privacy and graphic impact to an outdoor space.

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Stain and Seal Wood

Using a stain pad or a paint brush, add stain to planks and frame. Let dry, then apply outdoor sealant. Let dry completely before hanging.

Hang the Privacy Screen

Drill two holes into the top of each frame for attaching C-hooks, spaced approximately 6 inches in from the outside edge. Next, screw C-hooks into holes in top of frame, add corresponding C-hooks to the ceiling and attach to one another with pre-cut chain.

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