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    • Rebecca Holley

      cinder block garden | Garden : DIY cinder block planter bar

    • Bitz Ramstad

      Inspired by a cinder block planter project she saw on Apartment Therapy, Kristin decided to expand on the idea and incorporate more salvaged elements to create an outdoor bar

    • Tracy Sadler

      Cinder Block Planter Bar for Backyard

    • Laura Amundson

      cinder block planter bar. I really like the addition of the window with the colored glass.

    • Libby Griffin

      Design sponge: cinder block planter bar

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