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  • Michael Gardner

    These solar brick lights would be great along the edges of a walkway.

  • Barbara Garcia

    Lighted pavers, interesting might have to incorporate this into the upcoming backyard make-over.....What a cool idea!

  • WAYNA Contenidos

    Sun Bricks compliment or replace traditional low-level patio lighting with flush-to-the ground patio pavers. Alternate Sun Bricks with traditional patio bricks to add nighttime safety and atmosphere to your home. Solar powered LED technology means no increase in electric bills and no bulbs to replace. Each day’s ‘charge’ provides about 8 hours of power for each self-contained brick. #Unique #Outdoor #Patio #Sun_Bricks #Lights #Lighting #Ideas

  • Katie Weakland

    Solar LED brick are a great solution for your backyard or garden design - no cable, no electricity but great effect.

  • Alisa Huebsch

    outdoor patio lighting ideas

  • Justin Wood

    solar bricks for patio walk. If I ever decide to redo walkway in backyard...

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