Hi everyone - so I have a patio area with an open side to it that unfortunately opens out onto a shared driveway where cars can drive through. I want to make it safe for my kids so they don't have an urge to run out on that driveway. In the photo is a blue arrow which shows where the fence will go. I do not intend to use this as an actual fence all year round, just when the weather is good to basically use it as a privacy screen - rest of year I will just put it away or lie it down.
However, it is a rented property so I can't erect a proper fence.
I had the idea of taking a normal fence panel and applying essentially a set of legs to them.
I got the idea from this video where I just attach a corner joint/brace/legs to a normal 6*4 fence panel (I won't bother with creating the actual fence like the video shows). The main bit of the video is 2mins40seconds in where I add something like what I circled in the picture in red to the bottom of the fence to hopefully make it free-standing.
I wanted to ask this group if they think that would work and what materials I should use to do that as I will be doing it to a normal fence i.e. sizes/lengths/types of wood and what the corner thing is called.
I just want to give us some privacy and stop the kids running out when playing in summer for the few days of the year we can do that!
I am a completely new to this stuff as you can tell so please dumb it down as much as possible.
I really appreciate the help.