Support for Furnishings

They are made in many sizes and shapes and are often complemented with drapery or blinds for varying the degree of privacy or darkness. It can be closed when privacy is needed and opened when one wants to talk with neighbors or provide a view. panels. This example shows a stucco wall built to reflect an arc and tangent landscape design theme. A fence or wall can likewise be used to support hanging plants (Figure 11-95). • £>-Ort
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Updated: 01.11.2014 — 01:09