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Adele Kurtz

Here's mine! I had lumber guy rip cedar 2x4s to 2x2s x width between posts. I stacked them up 5 at a time, then drilled every-other-one -- remove undrilled lengths, repeat stack & drill again... until I reached the top. Enormous improvement to hide under-deck storage & oh-so simple.

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Love picture number 6 - that golden trellised path really invites you to go peek around the back, and suggests a few visual surprises along the way.

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Daisy Marie
It's given me ideas..

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