PatioContemporary Deck, San Francisco
Once inside the gate you are in a tranquil garden focused on a sprawling Oak tree with slate and Ipe paving and sandblasted glass fences that provide light and transparency - the glass doors into the house lead directly to the dining area.
Photo Credit: J. Michael Tucker
What Houzz contributors are saying:
1. Translucent panels If you’re looking to block an adjacent building but still would like light to pass through a screen, frosted glass can be a highly effective material. In this San Francisco home, sand-blasted glass panels create a luminous privacy screen for an outdoor dining area.