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    • Jan D

      Glass blocks in the pergola grid. Genius! Great screen for the outdoor room - hot tub idea?

    • Kendall Blay

      trellis with glass blocks. great for privacy screen

    • Andi Baughn

      glass blocks in the wall...I want to do this on the south side of the deck ... maybe evene colored glass brick?

    • Park House Studio

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    • Jen Loch

      Great privacy fence - a grid of wood and glass blocks. Love this idea!

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